The Paris menswear shows wrapped up over the weekend, marking the end of one of the more headline-generating men’s fashion weeks in memory — from the Rick Owens model who unfurled a “Kill Angela Merkel” sign on the runway to Junya Watanabe’s widely denounced “Rachel Dolezal” collection. Though there were... More »
For some championship athletes the post-win destination is Disneyland, but for the NBA Finals' MVP Andre Iguodala it was apparently Paris Fashion Week where he turned up in the front row at Lanvin's spring and summer 2016 men's runway show in Paris on June 28.
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Bringing some serious girl power to the party, Candice Swanepoel walked in the Givenchy Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at Paris Fashion Week on Friday (June 26). Joined by Irina Shayk and Kendall Jenner, the beautiful blonde...Show More Summary
It’s highly unusual for female models to walk in men’s clothing fashion shows, and yet Alessandra Ambrosio looked right at home during the Balmain shindig at Paris Fashion Week on Saturday (June 27). The beautiful Brazilian poser looked...Show More Summary
As Paul Smith, Lanvin and Saint Laurent rang out the spring/summer 16 men's shows, individuality and independence ruled the runways.
Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Trend: Military Chic The military trend was kicked off this season with London Collections: Men, but that did not stop the momentum. Designers in both Milan and Paris brought a luxurious flair to the popular style motif. Show More Summary
On the heels of its spring-summer 2016 menswear show during Paris Fashion Week, Saint Laurent releases official images to accompany the collection. Photographed by creative director Hedi Slimane, models carry on a recent tradition, as they pose with their backs to the camera. Show More Summary
Saint Laurent’s spring-summer 2016 Surf Sound Collection served as a tribute to contemporary Californian surf music culture. Interestingly enough, a mix of slim-cut fashions with a vintage appeal called to mind grunge style and the iconic look Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. Show More Summary
Unexpectedly, American designer Thom Browne took a page from the Japanese Geisha for his spring-summer 2016 menswear collection. Models hit the catwalk in Geta sandals, featuring the addition of Browne’s signature red, blue and white stripes. Show More Summary
Fashion weeks are in full swing with London Collections: Men, Milan and Paris all in full gear. We look back at the week that was with a selection of stories on the above, as well as, a look inside Harry’s … The post Staff Selections | 10 Highlights of the Week appeared first on Selectism.
Umit Benan looks to the iconic image of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara for his spring-summer 2016 menswear collection. Presented during Paris Fashion Week, Benan sent models down the catwalk in a militaristic fashion. Relaxed tailoring contributed to sharp summer suiting and loose, light coats. Show More Summary
Following a presentation of its spring-summer 2016 collection during Paris Fashion Week, Not Guilty Homme debuts its new look book featuring model Jonathan Bauer-Hayden. Photographed by David Paige, Jonathan heads to the studio in the label’s sporty ensembles. Show More Summary
Y-3 creative director Yohji Yamamoto hit a minimal stride with his spring-summer 2016 menswear collection for the label. The starting point of the season were sketches, where Yamamoto imagined Adidas’ 3 Stripes in Motion. Those same drawings, along with self-portraits of the designer cover tees in the lineup. Show More Summary
White Mountaineering went sporty for its spring-summer 2016 menswear collection, opening up with a series of blue looks. Featuring joggers, active tees and running shorts, the brand established a consistent theme with a striped motif. Show More Summary
Paul Smith cut long and relaxed lines for its spring-summer 2016 menswear collection. Embracing a 1980s silhouette, boxy double-breasted jackets were among the range’s standouts. Rabbits and ants made up the season’s cheeky graphics....Show More Summary
Off-White designer Virgil Abloh took a cheeky stab at the working class with his Blue Collar spring-summer 2016 menswear collection. Fragments of uniforms like the familiar light blue work shirt were incorporated into a youthful wardrobe of pieces that found the balance between fun and practicality. Show More Summary
Officine General took to the catwalk during Paris Fashion Week, making its runway debut. Playing it smart and simple, sportswear came together with the brand’s signature flair for elegance. Textured knitwear, pinstripe suits, cuffedShow More Summary
Save for bold and bright colors, the man of Agnes B played it modest for spring. Yellow, turquoise and red were among the vibrant colors to pop. Relaxed tailored suits, loose summer coats, light jackets, tropical print shirts, printed...Show More Summary
Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz and menswear designer Lucas Ossendrijver had a simple vision for their spring-summer 2016 menswear collection. They wanted fashionable clothes with a special, worn-in quality. What followed was a youthful lineup, kicked off with an oversize, wrinkled polo shirt. Show More Summary