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During men’s fashion weeks I was a bit out of focus and buried with work and none of the collections seemed to excite me. For more in times like we are living now, following constantly changing trends and new collections seems shameful. 44 more words


The Social Statements in Men’s Fashion Week 2018

Starting Jan. 8, 2018, several international menswear designers began presenting their Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collections in London, Milan, Paris and, for some, in New York. Last season the runways were filled with simple, statement but very forgettable pieces as many designers took a far less social and political approach to fashion. 937 more words

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The designer who's taking gender-neutral fashion to the next level

Palomo Spain, 25, is the designer that’s had heads turning at men’s fashion week in Paris this year.

With the AW18 collection having sparkles, skirts and more feminine features than we’ve ever seen before on a male collection, is it a step in the right direction for gender-neutral fashion or is it just a step too far? 405 more words


Vetements: Questioning and Conceding to the Rapid Fashion Cycle

Vetement returns with a bewildering yet structured collection filled with an apparent passion – which lacked in their previous menswear. The grungy, oversized 90’s pieces were layered perfectly showcasing unique aesthetic on the runway. 351 more words


Paris F/W Men's Autumn/Winter 2018-19


Models came out and walked through the courtyard of a former monastery, flanked by burning beacons. Stand out fabrics were knitwear and lightweight quilted outerwear.  248 more words

‘The Rich Look’ Lives On in Paris for a New Generation

As the fall men’s shows end, Dior holds the line on French conservatism, Balmain delivers the usual extravagance, and Hermès channels quiet wealth.

Published: January 22, 2018 at 05:30AM… 74 more words


Kenzo: Fall 2018

The fall 2018 men’s collection.

Published: January 21, 2018 at 05:30AM

Fashion & Style By Unknown Author

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