Menswear - Autumn 2020
17 January 2020
There was a time when Simons was the most confrontational of designers. But when you’ve lived a little, been knocked around a bit, youthful, fearless theory surrenders to the voice of experience.
20 June 2019
There was a confidence — and a joy — in this collection which broadcast new beginnings, the resuscitation of idealism.
14 June 2019
17 January 2019
He made a very clear statement about the Raf-ness of Simons, distilling all the elements — the fashion influences, the private passions — that have shaped and driven him for the near-quarter century he’s been in fashion.
News & Analysis
10 January 2019
10 January 2019 • By Chantal Fernandez
4 January 2019
21 December 2018
7 December 2018
7 December 2018
12 September 2018
The collection was scarcely optimistic, but it had a riveting tension between Middle American propriety and queasy sensuality.
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