The color palette was a mix of bright poppy red, maritime blue, charcoal and sleek onyx on silhouettes that were futuristic, yet functional.
Anchored by a range of tunics and caftans, garments in the assortment are made of habotai silk, striped linen yarn-dyed twill, silk crinkle crepe, handkerchief linen, and more.
The 25 look menswear collection is a return the brand’s early heritage of a clean design with architectural silhouettes and crisp tailoring in a bold color palette.
This season also denoted a new point of view from the designer, embracing the beauty and inspiration offered to American culture by way of immigration.
Creative director Ryohei Kawanishi references his experience on the web during the period when his family first got dial-up internet access.
Austrian-born designer Reinhard Plank has created a set of hats that top off the relaxed spring/summer ’19 collection from House Of the Very Island’s.
David Hart, DYNE, Todd Snyder, and more gave us a sneak peek into their spring collections ahead of next week’s official start of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
Reminiscent of a hedonistic ’90s rave, HUGO’s spring/summer 2019 show took place at Motorwerk – the original home of Berlin techno.
Iconic male model Chad White teamed up with photographer Andrew Werner and stylists Donnell Baldwin and Courtney Arrington-Baldwin on an exclusive 4th of July-inspired editorial.
Working directly with famed textile manufacturer, Gore-Tex, the Veilance creative team developed an array of new, cutting edge fabrics.
The collection adopts an intensity which embodies an animal spirit reminiscent of Sid Vicious and Johnny Rotten.
Designer Francesco Muzi creates a uniform this season for the British luxury brand, inspired by the idealized summer destinations of his childhood – the Cornish coast and French Riviera.
With this first in a new series of curated collaborations, Faith Connexion and Swizz Beatz have put the artist at the heart of the network, fusing music, art and fashion into one.
Creative director Mark Weston builds on quintessentially masculine codes, combining and contrasting them, to find a more fluid exchange between classic formality and casual nonchalance.
The collection sees classic Mihara Yasuhiro styles re-introduced in a way that is structurally evolved.
During Off-White’s Paris menswear show, the fashion world got an exclusive first look for the collaboration — a transparent case that is an alternative take on the classic backpack.
For the spring/summer 2019 season, Spyder presents a collection fitting the needs of both sports enthusiasts and urban trendsetters.
The sartorial contours of the suits make perfect use of unique fabrics and are always paired with sports details, which convey new energy to men’s style.
Starring French actor Kevin Mischel, the dance presentation highlighted the new athletic sneaker’s durability and performance qualities.
In addition, Corneliani unveiled three special projects this season, – each distinguished by its own dedicated label, – which complete the offering of the brand.