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17 JUNE 2014

BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund – Finally!

INTERNATIONAL NEWS FEED: LONDON, United Kingdom — In recent years, several of London’s leading young womenswear designers have built formidable emerging businesses, defying the British capital’s long-standing reputation as a centre of unfettered creativity where commercial success remains elusive. Now, the British Fashion Council aims to drive a similar evolution in London’s menswear scene. Finally! […]

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25 MAY 2014

Marc Jacobs’ Resort for Men 2014 – YES PLEASE!

DAMN RIGHT. We’re really enjoying the written word on the sweaters, which of course was started in the 70’s exposing political dislike among the public. Today, it’s just a given that some of the most powerful designers are going to keep some core items in their collections, saying ‘sumthin sumthin;’ AKA MAXWELL! (Big shout out). […]

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25 APRIL 2014

#Balmain FW Menswear Collection: On Safari

Last season’s menswear collection for Balmain, created by Rousteing we entitled “The Lion’s Den’….The colours were safari driven, tonal, latte almost alchemist-esque. This season, Rousteing has again worked a safari theme. Yet this collection arrives in tones of olive green, khaki, and camel, and a more-than-fair amount of exotic animal prints from leopard to zebra. […]

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17 MARCH 2014
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1 MARCH 2014

Van Heusen Helps Keep Aussie Men Cool

We’ve all wondered why our Aussie men are awed upon by our northern neighbors. Perhaps there’s a curiosity on their British and European heritage? Perhaps the love of the outdoors and their adventurous and exploratory DNA has something to do with it as well. Maybe because they’re not so metro, or retro, they’re sort of […]

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Black Sails by Nautica #NYFW 2014

Nautica has been a powerhouse in the lifestyle worlds of the “adventurer” archetype of man. Nautica’s Fall 14 collection at New York Fashion Week showcased a dark and masculine appeal with open-top boots, full length chinos styled to a three-quarter height showing off pops of red, blue and yellow sock-wear. Striding down the runway were […]

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#MaisonMartinMargiela: The Invisible Designer

  Martin Margiela, an invisible genius. Having worked for Jean Paul Gaultier and the rebellious Comme des Garçons, this Belgium born designer has broken every rule, carrying on designs, revolting against the luxurious fashion world with garments of over-sized proportions such as long arms, and with linings, seams and hems on the outside. This trend […]

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