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What Men Wanted to Wear in 2017, According to Lyst

Another influx of data from global fashion search platform Lyst informs the state of menswear on the site in 2017. The aggregator compiles global results, revealing information that goes beyond the year’s fashion trends. Outdoors brands were the hottest commodity of the year, with Patagonia and The North Face topping the list of the 5 […]

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BILLY COLLECTION 001 Is Now Available to Pre-Order

Emerging Californian label BILLY is opening up pre-orders for its debut release. Full of effortless layering pieces, the brand already made fans of celebrities before going public. Designer Holly Jovenall describes her line as “Paying homage to visionaries like Yohji Yamamoto and Rick Owens,” which is made clear by the line’s relaxed styling and monochrome […]

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Helmut Lang Premieres a Lucite Briefcase

Helmut Lang, headed by designer Shayne Oliver, plans to drop a lucite briefcase. The piece originally previewed at New York Fashion Week show last September, however it was not apparent if it would make it off the runway. Shayne’s take on the attaché will join the annals of other Helmut Lang Lucite offerings, though this may be […]

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visvim Spotlights Traditional Tairyo-bata Flags in Latest Dissertation

Hiroki Nakamura of visvim has shared his latest dissertation that touches upon the age-old processes of dyeing traditional Tairyo-bata flags as well as its rich origins in Japan. The colorful flags initially served as communication tools for fishermen before marine radio existed. For example, “when little or no fish were caught, the flag was not […]

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TEMPLA Innovates Traditional Alpine Outerwear

TEMPLA challenges the perception of traditional cold performance garments through it’s unique blending of alpine sports and urban outerwear aesthetics. The approach lies with providing deftly crafted pieces that have been meticulously designed with innovative and technologically sound materials able to withstand the most extreme alpine conditions, while still encompassing fashionable sensibilities. “Designed with its […]

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Patti Smith Inspires G.V.G.V. & Opening Ceremony’s “DREAM” Collection

Japanese imprint G.V.G.V. is teaming up with Opening Ceremony for a selection of distressed, oversized goods. The collection, titled “DREAM,” draws influence from the clothing of activist icon Patti Smith. Noted for her pivotal music and poetry performances of the ’70s and ’80s, Smith preferred to dress in tattered layers, oversized shirts with ripped denim […]

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Madbury Club Unveils Its “Wonderful Nothing” Holiday 2017 Lookbook

Madbury Club has released its anticipated Holiday 2017 lookbook. The diverse wares are embellished with a cocktail of new graphics that pay homage to Carl Sagan, Tom Delonge, Singularity Theory, and “other questioning and celebrations of omens and beacons of life beyond earth and the questionable future/direction of humanity etc we leave it open to […]

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Patagonia’s Trump Lawsuit Helped Increase Sales

Earlier this month, Patagonia announced that it would be suing the Trump administration in response to the government’s decision to reduce the protection on two national monuments in Utah. As well as receiving significant plaudits, the move has also reportedly helped drive increased sales for the Californian brand. According to Slice Intelligence — a company that researches […]

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Lamborghini Offers a Special Capsule Collection for Its Urus SUV

About a thousand Urus from Lamborghini are in production per year, and Ad Personam is offerings a special capsule collection filled with apparel and accessories. The range stems from various collaborations with local craftsmen like the limited 30 suede jackets made by Bolognese leather craftsmen Hettabretz. Enzo Bonafe offers two crafted special driving loafers in three different colors, […]

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Behind the Scenes With Migos’ Stylist Zoe Costello

Known for her on-point styling skills combining masculine and feminine elements, LA-based stylist Zoe Costello has been making waves in the industry. Having worked with artists like Migos and Vic Mensa, the UK-bred celebrity stylist describes her style as, “pretty eclectic,” and Costello confesses she’s not much of a girly girl. “If I’m wearing a […]

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MR.OLIVE Reimagines Americana for Its Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook

Japanese label MR.OLIVE continues to pull inspiration from Americana fashion with the release of its Spring/Summer 2018 capsule. The looks range from casual to dressed up with subtle use of patterns and muted tones to accentuate its connection to vintage American fashion. The collection includes: jackets, sweatshirts, T-shirts, shirts, pants, jeans and headwear with the standout […]

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Balenciaga Takes a Nostalgia Trip for Spring/Summer 2018 Campaign

Having already recently dropped a collection of grunge-inspired luggage and a characteristically controversial take on the supermarket shopping bag, Balenciaga has now released the official campaign imagery for its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The freshly-released visuals hark back to the Demna Gvasalia-led house’s Paris Fashion Week runway show — making use of real families as models […]

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BAPE Drops New Versions of BAPEX Type 1 Watch to Cap off 2017

Having recently revealed a new Tiger Shark Reflector Hoodie, BAPE has released its latest version of the BAPEX Type 1 watch, this time releasing the watch in three new colorways. Coming in silver, black, and gold respectively, the watch adheres to BAPEX type, taking the rolex-inspired shape and adding the brand’s signature motif. Elsewhere the watch […]

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