This idea of a smooth transition between seasons is represented with down-filled looks made with over-sized plastic zippers worn over identical looks made without the down-filing.
Many different colors and patterns are used in the collection to demonstrate the individuality of the people the designer is trying to reach.
From formal to casual, silhouettes were kept light and easy with an almost deconstructed work-to-weekend versatility that is undeniably cool.
Twelve of the looks seen on the catwalk are now available to order made-to-measure in selected worldwide boutiques, with delivery scheduled within eight weeks.
The Italian label’s first co-ed runway show, sported both men’s and women’s pieces that reflect the line’s signature utilitarian spirit.
Known for capturing the essence of classic British style, the Ben Sherman collection featured custom patterns, including its Peacock Revolution print.
In times of political instability, the designer’s spring/summer 2018 collection explores traditional symbols of Britishness.
This season’s collection brings together a complete wardrobe, playfully embracing this season’s themes of workwear, maritime, and the films of Jacques Tati.
Belstaff showcased the collections in the iconic London venue of Somerset House, in the newly opened wing, the Lancaster Rooms.
NYMD will feature collections from 12 emerging designers for the spring/summer 2018 season with returning partner Project, the leading menswear tradeshow.
TV network Nickelodeon has partnered with AIDS-related charity (RED) and design house Moschino (SPONGEBOB)RED for a collection of 16 items for adults and children, featuring the iconic TV character, to be sold in November.
The monochromatic photos, styled by Browne himself, emphasize the exaggerated shapes of his collection.
The new line debuts over 200 fabrics across its suiting, shirting, lining and accessory categories and features performance textiles, vibrant shades and bold patterns.
The show will include men’s looks from Hilfiger Edition, marking the first time since 2010 that the brand’s men’s and women’s collections have shared the runway.
The three emerging talents will present their collections in a group show on June 10 at the Topman show space, which will be located in East London’s Old Truman Brewery.
The collaborative item is available in a traditional black and white striped colorway, and can be found online now and at Kinfolk’s flagship store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
The two New York City brands are expanding their collaboration from last summer to offer both men’s and women’s swimwear.
The duo continues to evolve the idea of “modern luxury” by applying classic aesthetic to contemporary garments.
Inspired by his 2014 book of the same title, the collection builds off of the traditions, myths and rituals of the preppy culture that surrounds the sport of rowing.
The four-day Hilfiger Edition collection presentation, that will take place at the Fortezza, is inspired by Tommy Hilfiger’s vision for the future of retailing.