Gucci Spring 2018 Menswear and Ready-to-WearPhoto: Corey Tenold Facebook Pinterest Just when you thought the show schedule couldn’t get any crazier, our Fall 2018 Menswear calendars are actually looking a bit lighter than usual. Don’t get us wrong—it’s still going to be a jam-packed month of men’s shows, Pre-Fall appointments, couture week, and even Read More →

“Everyone has their own Saint Johns,” says Texas designer Preston Douglas, whose new collection is inspired by life as an outsider at his private Houston-based school, Saint Johns. For Douglas, the space embodies censorship and feeling actively repressed by a conservative system and uniform to match. “I’ve never felt like I belong,” he says. The rising Read More →

image: Left, Salle Privée. Luxurious classics, founded by Patrick Munster. Coat, €1,260; shirt, €280; jeans, €340, all by Salle Privée. Boots, £715, by JM Weston. ‘Krusin’ side chair, price on request, by Marc Krustin, for Knoll. Right, Helbers. Unpolished elegance, founded by Paul Helbers. Jumper, £1,190; shirt, £390; trousers, £540, all by Helbers. ‘CH339’ Read More →

In tone-deaf fashion news of the day, menswear label N. Hoolywood presented a runway collection inspired by the nation’s homeless youth—or as the brand’s designer Daisuke Obana told WWD, “gutter punk.” Hmm. GETTY RANDY BROOKE ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW A browse through the Japanese streetwear label’s looks show the itinerant theme interpreted through fairly Read More →