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“Vetements” Catwalk their Unconventional Clothes at Paris Couture Week

It’s couture but not as we know it.The wholly unconventional house “Vetements” — French for “clothes” — has been making waves ever since it burst onto the Paris Fashion Week scene.It’s a must-have brand and already a staple for self-respecting fashionistas. Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA Photograph: WWD/REX/Shutterstock Tuesday saw an edgy, almost anti-couture, display that featured…

10th London Fashion Week Men’s closes with Vivienne Westwood’s Sizzling Show

Punk pioneer Dame Vivienne Westwood making her debut at the London Fashion Week Men closed four days of shows in London in which younger designers – Grace Wales Bonner, Martine Rose, Craig Green, Christopher Shannon have been the highlights. All Images Courtesy / Credits -Reuters Across designs for men and women created by Westwood and…

10th London Fashion Week Men’s Highlights

Last weekend saw fashion enthusiasts from over 38 countries flock to the UK’s capital to celebrate the 10th London Fashion Week Men’s. Spread out across various central London venues, the event saw over 50 designers debut pieces from their up and coming AW17 collections, in the form of static presentations and shows across the four-day…

London men’s fashion week kicks off with Topman’s Show

 British clothing brand Topman Design revived the country’s 1990s rave culture for its London Fashion Week show today, dazzling the catwalk with fluorescent colours, psychedelic prints and underground attitude. Photo courtesy / credits – Neil Hall / Reuters LONDON, Jan 7 —Celebrating the anarchic house music scene that spontaneously swept the country and shocked the…

Street Style from London Men’s Fashion Week

The Fall 2017 season kicks off in London this month, and with it the street style watch begins again in earnest. During London Fashion Week Men’s, a clutch of well-heeled ladies and gents are swaddling themselves in color-blocked outerwear and fur to protect against the harsh British elements, because style doesn’t go on hiatus even…

Mexican Fashion Week Highlights Essential “Mustache & Beards”

Hipsters have made the beard and the mustache must-have essentials for the fashion-conscious man at the Mexican Fashion Week. Models, both men and women, took to the catwalk for Mexican Fashion Week – all supporting hard-drawn moustaches. And the bizarre wasn’t just confined to the moustaches, as models sported big bouffant hairstyles and bushy eyebrows during…

Julien Macdonald show, a huge hit at the London Fashion Week: ‘A’ Listers in Full Attendance

Julien Macdonald’s latest catwalk creations,Known for his high octane designs Macdonald’s SS17 showcased his usual penchant for sequins, intricate beading and cutaway designs which appeared to have ball-room influences.The emphasis appeared to be on movement with many of the models adorned with swaying fabrics and embellishment – perfect for dancing.This season’s creations saw the designer…

Japanese fashion designer Yuima Nakazato to debut at Paris fashion show !

Japanese fashion designer Yuima Nakazato is bringing his talent to the Paris Fashion Week this year. Nakazato is set to debut at the said fashion event in July. Nakazato’s scheduled appearance will make him the very first Japanese to be included in the event since the retirement designer Hanae Mori in 2004. Nakazato was invited…

It’s ‘Bonjour Paris’ – Spring men’s fashion shows ends in Milan to begin in Paris !

A model walks the runway during Y/Project’s Spring 2017 menswear collection show, part of Paris Fashion Week on June 22, 2016 in Paris, France. PARIS — The world’s fashion watchers cried “Bonjour Paris” Wednesday as they bid good-bye to Milan and headed to the City of Light for the last installment of menswear shows for…

Fashion Zits are IN at the Milan Fashion week 2016- 2017

We’re often told to embrace our curves and unique features, but rarely are we taught to accept our acne. Even as body positivity has infiltrated the fashion world, this remains one of the few traits that’s still stigmatized. Malaysian fashion designer Moto Guo, however, broke that taboo at Milan Men’s Fashion Week. His “Picnic in…

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