• Berthold Spring Summer 2019: London Fashion Week

    8 days ago - By Fashion Week

    Berthold London Fashion Week FW19
    Represented by Village .
    The unsettling calm of a desert at dusk. Suspense, survival, supernatural. The pleasure of exploration; the seductive unknown.”
    Enjoy these photos from Berthold's latest collection at London Fashion Week: Men's.
    Berthold: London FW19
    More from the show notes:
    “Putty, heat, sweat
    Pockets and paper leather
    The threat of a silent black sky
    Sharp cotton, shadowy nylon
    The eerie lull of London at dawn
    Buffed neon
    Synthetic strobes of light, smacking into the sun
    Bomber, parker, stormtrooper
    Familiar garb, reevaluated
    Vitality, volume...
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  • Blindness Spring Summer 2019: London Fashion Week

    Blindness Spring Summer 2019: London Fashion Week

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    Blindness London Fashion Week FW19
    Represented by Starworks Group.
    SS19 sees Blindness dissect the subject of ‘First Love' and the incomparable vulnerability of those who experience it.
    Creative directors, Kyu Shin & Ji Park, unravel the inexplicable fullness of emotion and the instability of those who encounter it within their debut London collection.
    To anyone, first love is full of curiosity and confusion, naivety and emotional turmoil, and an ultimate lack of control. Yet reversely, it is something so natural and needs no justification.
    Blindness: London FW19
    Shin & Park encapsulate...
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  • Private Policy Spring Summer 2019: London Fashion Week

    Private Policy Spring Summer 2019: London Fashion Week

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    Private Policy London Fashion Week FW19
    Represented by Agentry PR.
    Private Policy has this to say about their FW19 collection as shown at the most recent LFW: Men's.
    “In the past decade, the Asian population that has traveled, studied, and lived in western countries has grown exponentially. The number of Chinese people visiting the United States alone reaches just under 3 million people a year. A new generation of Asians who embrace both eastern and western cultures has risen, but the representation in western media of the variety of Asian culture has not changed. Different from their...
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  • Mr. Start's 10 Year Anniversary Presentation at LFW

    Mr. Start's 10 Year Anniversary Presentation at LFW

    8 days ago - By Fashion Week

    Mr. Start London Fashion Week FW19
    Represented by Preditor.
    Of their London Fashion Week: Men's presentation, Mr. Start says: “A decade of style is a difficult thing to ignore.
    “In celebration, Philip Start has curated a collection of his most iconic and influential pieces. A specialist in soft tailoring and innovator in modern, contemporary casual wear, Mr. Start has become a staple of the East London style scene. Cleverly combining the gritty undertones of the Shoreditch natives with an impeccable eye for fit, form and design.
    Mr. Start: London FW19
    “For LFWM, we held an intimate...
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  • British GQ, Fashion East Close Out London Fashion Week Men's

    8 days ago - By WWD

    ALL DOLLED UP: It may have lasted just three days, but the brevity of London Fashion Week Men's only revved up guests' inner party animals, and put them in a carpe diem mood. The week closed with the biannual dinner hosted by GQ and another one hosted by Fashion East at Bistrotheque, which is housed in a converted warehouse restaurant in east London.
    At Bistrotheque, London's creative class was out in force, with guests including Richard Malone, James Long, Marta Jakubowski, Roksanda Ilincic and Charles Jeffrey, who had shown his collection earlier that day. Entertainment included a...
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  • PRIVATE POLICY Fused Asian Heritage with Aggro Punk for Spring/Summer 2019

    PRIVATE POLICY Fused Asian Heritage with Aggro Punk for Spring/Summer 2019

    8 days ago - By Hypebeast

    New York's PRIVATE POLICY has consistently tapped social commentary for seasonal collections , but its London Fashion Week: Men's debut saw the young label taking its most overt stance yet. Citing the pressures of assimilation and "lack of representation in Western media" as key inspirations, Creative Directors Haoran Li and Siying Qu introduced a variety of looks that melded traditional Asian detailing with Western punk and grunge influence.
    By reinterpreting styles typically informed by Western music with elements of their own heritage, the designers subverted the trope of Western...
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  • London Fashion Week Men's: Christopher Raeburn Talks Us Through His Collaboration with Timberland

    London Fashion Week Men's: Christopher Raeburn Talks Us Through His Collaboration with Timberland

    8 days ago - By Hypebeast

    Christopher Raeburn is one of the UK's most beloved designers on the London Fashion Week Men's schedule, who has made his name using innovative design, a strong sustainability ethos, and an ethical take on production. Raeburn launched a new collaboration with outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland, presenting REMADE pieces from classic outerwear the designer sourced in flea markets and vintage shops. The designer reworked outerwear pieces to resemble glaciers as well as accessories, giving them a military-like Raeburn touch. This was the first time a Timberland collection has walked down the...
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