Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Protest is in the air, take the real protests like those in Hong Kong or fictional ones like the feminist brigade at Chanel. The result wasn't nearly as punk-themed as a previous collection from Karl Lagerfeld but it was filled with very wearable fashion, including a singular men's look on Baptiste Giabiconi in a suede safari jacket and matching pants.
Spain-based retailer Massimo Dutti taps Victor Nylander to be the face of its equestrian themed collection, featuring knee high boots, slim trousers and Italian-inspired tailoring, all shot by Hunter + Gatti and styled by Marina Gallo.
Monday, September 29, 2014
Bretty Llyod works with Tom Guinness to create a country-chic story for AnOther Man's Fall/Winter 2014 issue. Kimie, Valentin & Nondh at Tomorrow is Another Day and David Lindwall at Established don a mix of muted tones and strong tailored pieces for the story, showcasing designs from Lanvin, Wooyoungmi and more.
Wilson's Corey Baptiste is snapped Chiun-Kai Shih in a story for August Man's latest issue that highlights the convergence of the past and the present. From vintage subway cars to modern suiting, Corey is styled by Gregory Wein in Thom Browne, Ermenegildo Zegna and more.
Daniel Clavero captures Michael Morgan, Michael Wozniak and McLain Drive for Manifesto's latest issue featuring youth-oriented tailoring, which aims to strike the balance between form, function and comfort, all styled by Adrian Manuel.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Today marked the end of an era in fashion as Jean Paul Gaultier showed his last ever ready-to-wear collection. The occasion was marked by a large turnout of friends and wellwishers who wanted to toast to one of the original enfant terribles of fashion. This collection was full of life, with homages to the past, but still full of modernity. Five male models, including Francisco Lachowski and Tobias Sorensen, escorted veteran models down the runway and added a bit of eye candy for the surely-tired fashion set who've been traversing countries and continents these past few weeks.
Friday, September 26, 2014
Sports is often a starting point for most men's collections and Copenhagen's Niklas Kunz is no different. He melded the sports references with urban sportswear that resulted in color blocked clothes in the form of cut out tees, hoodies and a plethora of tailored shorts.