• Gooey alien make-up and other LFW Mens AW19 beauty highlights

    6 monthes ago - By Dazed Digital

    London Fashion Week Men's has been a whirlwind of gorgeousness. Contemporary queerness took centre stage on day one with Art School flying the Fashion East nest for their first solo show and Charles Jeffrey's LOVERBOY transforming the disused Wapping Hydraulic Power Station into a queer circus of performance and skipping models. Hair for Art School was deliberately dishevelled, while make-up was bold and bright. Over at Loverboy, hair stylists served up short, 1920s, neat ringlets, while...
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  • LFW Men's: Christopher Raeburn marks 10 years

    LFW Men's: Christopher Raeburn marks 10 years

    6 monthes ago - By Fashion United

    Christopher Raeburn put greater emphasis on sustainable fashion in his autumn/winter 2019 collection to mark his ten years in fashion during
    London Fashion Week Men's.
    Raeburn, who has always been known for his ‘Remade, Reduced, Recycled' design ethos, was inspired by iconic pieces from the past ten years, which showcase his use of creating pieces constructed using deadstock materials and waste fabrics, as he amps up his sustainable message to do more to further close the loop as part of the brand's next chapter.
    On the show notes the designer states: “We're proud of our ten years in...
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  • Craig Green Shows Strength In Emotion With FW19 Collection

    Craig Green Shows Strength In Emotion With FW19 Collection

    6 monthes ago - By Hypebeast

    Returning to London Fashion Week: Men's following last season's appearance as guest designer at Pitti Uomo 94 , Craig Green continued to update and innovate his approach to workwear. This season's show notes described the Fall/Winter 2019 collection as showing how “Green's nomadic men have begun to disband and gradually discover their individual power.” The individuality of the characters was referenced in the color blocked looks sent down the catwalk, beginning with black and encompassing tones of teal and dark orange.
    The centre-piece of the collection was a rainbow of semi-translucent...
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  • Pikachu and provocation at London's Fashion Week for men

    Pikachu and provocation at London's Fashion Week for men

    6 monthes ago - By Fashion United

    Pokémon prints, khaki, flowing cuts and a raft of young talent were among the standout features of London's Fashion Week
    Men's, which ended on Monday after three days of catwalk shows.
    With the big names of British fashion, most notably Burberry, abandoning the men's version of Fashion Week in favour of presenting mixed collections during the main event, the path was clear for young designers to make their mark with their Autumn/Winter 2019 wardrobes.
    Nigerian-born designer Mowalola Ogunlesi, who graduated in 2017 from the prestigious Central Saint Martins, was one of those to grasp the...
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  • London Fashion Week Men's new home is a hit

    London Fashion Week Men's new home is a hit

    6 monthes ago - By Drapers

    Buyers, designers and the Drapers team braved plunging temperatures in the capital this week for the autumn 19 edition of London Fashion Week Men's , which settled into its new home in east London.
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