Menswear - Autumn 2016
25 January 2016
13 January 2016
Carlo Brandelli’s artfully re-adjusted proportions and recessed lapels and pockets were immediately, seductively chic.
11 January 2016
There wasn't much news in Burberry's new men's collection, but you can't keep a good coat down.
The un-Lou like collection referenced lifejackets and oilskins, underscoring her WWII narrative.
The designer’s idiosyncratic take on fluoro-vinyl jackets and micro-shorts was filled with Wham-like optimism.
London’s soft white underbelly in a sparkly athletic-wear nutshell.
Sibling referenced Jean Michel Basquiat — in a boxing ring, with a side order of Grace Jones.
The designer showed topical hooded-jackets in raindrop and shredded snow-camouflage.
The designers’ new sense of maturity was desirable, but fell a bit flat.
The LC:M shows give early warning signs of the shape of the Autumn/Winter 2016 season.
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