Fashion Weeks

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25 JANUARY 2016

French Aristocratic Style – Balmain Fall 2016 Collection

Oliver Rousteing’s Balmain is as much about the clothes as it is about the theatrical and eye popping presentation. In this year’s Paris Fashion Week, Rousteing’s selection of male models, colour palette, technical brilliance in his tailoring work and choice of theme left other collections in the shadow of his wake. In anticipate to Rousteing’s […]

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22 JANUARY 2016

Who are Les Hommes?

As weird as it is, Les Hommes doesn’t give much away. No ‘About Us’ page. Not information on the dynamic duo behind the designs. Yes, we know that much, there are two of them. And we know their retail stores are in Antwerp and Milan. They are based in Italy and are represented by the formidable […]

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16 JANUARY 2016

The Zoolander’s Moment of Brilliance

It’s fashions finest moment – of not taking itself too seriously. We wipe our brows in a moment of relief when this happens as we all know fashion isn’t performing brain surgery. It’s an art which constantly defends many a comment when it comes to the industry and the commercialised and capitalistic associations. And now… Zoolander For […]

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23 NOVEMBER 2015

Raffles International – De La Motte Menswear #MBFW

The Raffles International Showcase will return to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) with seven of Asia-Pacific’s emerging fashion design stars hitting The Runway, Carriageworks. The runway show will celebrate the most promising alumni from Raffles College of Design and Commerce in Sydney, and Raffles College of Higher Education in Singapore. Five of the up-and-coming fashion […]

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2 AUGUST 2015

Sport & Style from Sweden

It’s not often you come across a ‘sportswear’ label that has successfully infiltrated the men’s ‘fashion’ world. When we say that, we mean they have dominated two categories in the garment business. You’d sit and ponder wouldn’t you, to whom it would be to achieve this. Would it be the German’s – with their attention to […]

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