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As the menswear shows wrap up for another season, the trend wrap-ups begin to roll in from editors, bloggers and retailers. But while runway menswear has taken off in dramatic, exciting directions, p

Tailoring is dead they say. Not so fast, EFM – Engineered for Motion – was there at New York Fashion Week: Men's to refute that statement. For their spring/summer 2018 collection took tai

For New York Fashion Week: Men's, Luar decided to put an L in avant garde for their name. The line, which is the brainchild of Raul Lopez, a former designer for Hood by Air, was something out of this

Two words: wide awake. This was the theme for U.K. luxury streetwear brand Represent's spring/summer 2018 show. While the brand prides themselves on pushing the boundaries, this collection had a lot

Men's swimwear is no easy market. Especially when you are trying to compete against an entire slate of more established brand's offering men's swimwear, like Tommy Hilfiger and Diesel. Model Garrett

Death to Tennis took to New York Fashion Week to present a collection that seemed simply utilitarian with a few brand specific motifs like logos on the back of bombers. However, never look at anythin

N. Hoolywood's designer Daisuke Obana needed a moment of redemption after his last show. His fall/winter collection, which was inspired by the homeless, was met with heavy criticism from the press. S

Nick Graham took us to Atlantis for his latest collection at NYFW: Men's. No, not literally. But, rather, his spring/summer 2018 collection was based on the idea of paradise and the myth of the lost,

Teddy Ondo Ella has brought his eponymous label to New York Fashion Week: Men's, showing at Art Beam this week. In an era of where Black fashion industry professionals are still breaking glass ceilin

Julian Woodhouse of Woodhouse presented his spring/summer 2018 collection at New York Men's Day this year, and for him, it was about a return to happy. In the face of so much socieconomic and politic

New York Fashion Week: Men's has kicked off its fifth season, and day one commenced with New York Men's Day, where a slew of rising designers displayed their fashion talents to editors, buyers, blogg

Handbags have been the ultimate in luxury leather goods since Coco Chanel created the highly coveted 2.55 bag back in the 1950s. They were the ultimate accessory for women, and completely functional.

Italian luxury fashion brand Eleventy is winning over the world markets. The company aims at dominating the industry in three major cities – Paris, London and Munich and also plans to launch it

Menswear designer Virgil Abloh does not mince words. The invitation to the debut show of his streetwear label Off-White arrived in the form of an orange t-shirt featuring a life jacket’s user i

Belgian designer Cédric Charlier has collaborated with the prominent American brand Fruit of the Loom creating a capsule collection of four unisex t-shirts. Charlier debuted the collection du

G-Star Raw is out to redefine the meaning of Raw by deconstructing denim to its purest form. The third collection of Raw Research was presented this season at Paris Fashion Week, featuring undyed, un

As Paris men's fashion week comes to a close Sunday, one trend for spring summer 2018 and could not be clearer -- bare legs. Fashion clearly feels that the time is right for men to get their legs out

Sandals with socks are no longer a fashion faux pas worthy of a flogging. In fact, they are positively the way to go if Paris catwalks Thursday are any indication. The dorky look previously confin

Kurtis Paul, born out of the back streets of Manchester in the summer of 2015, is aiming to bring a sophisticated vibe to menswear and lifestyle fashion. The brand, coming from a love of travel, rece

Robert Geller has developed a strong following of menswear loving, street style inspired fashionistos. While Geller is known for his high-fashion offerings, he is dipping his toes into a more afforda

Russian menswear designer Gosha Rubchinskiy is known for redefining global cultural ideas. He hails from the outskirts, and over the years has used his background to create a new subculture, carving

The air traffic control strike in Florence threw a spanner in the works for many fashion folks who were leaving to go home on the last day of Pitti, but luckily I was getting a train to Milan for fas

Pitti peacocks aside, the biannual fair Pitti Imagine for menswear is a tradeshow for reliable fashion. Overheard from many a buyer's lips, the 'newsness' factor remains something of a lesser presenc

American lifestyle brand Jos. A. Bank, known for their moderately priced quality merchandise, has introduced custom suiting to their reserve and 1905 brands. With the launch of both programs, this en

There is a refreshing certainty about London Fashion Week Men's this season. British designers are still collectively pushing the fashion envelope, embracing newness like no other fashion week, chall

British designer Neil Barrett is to launch a menswear collection of athleisurewear, focusing on fitness and sporty casual pieces called BlackBarrett. The range will capture function and fashion in va

It´s almost there - the 92nd edition of Pitti Uomo, one of the most recognizable Italian menswear fashion fairs is about to kick off. This year’s edition takes places between June 13 and

Just in time for menswear season, Karen Walker has launched her first menswear line called Monumental. Although she has been in the women's sunglasses business for a while, Walker already had a decen

San Francisco-based bespoke brand JAKE is working on improving the menswear market. Cultivating both luxurious and modern clothing, JAKE is hoping to grow through its specialized services for tailore

The boot boys are back. And they have never looked so elegant. Dior, the French fashion house known for the dreamy beauty of its clothes, showed a new much tougher side in its Paris menswear show Sat