Men’s fashion is changing and Tommy Wan is one of the new trend setting designers to confirm that. Mixing gender fluid elements, highlighted by blue tones he creates distinctive menswear that turn long-established clothing into modern fashion.
Through the architectural form of the fabrics, it is no longer the clothing that conforms to the person but the person to the clothing. As a result, they lose the original relation to their environment and take on sculptural features that restrict the desire for space and expanse. The resulting sculptures thus develop a new dynamic in relation to their natural and physical environment.
Shot at The Butlers Hotel in the title’s room name “The Renoir Name,” this editorial by Ev Louisa is inspired by the impressionist artist Renoir, and interprets the the movement and color famous in his paintings through a fashion lens.
YULIA YEFIMTCHUK is an independent, unconventional fashion brand of conceptual womenswear and unisex clothes with a strong cut, and minimalistic elements of uniform and workwear. The Kiev-based brand draws inspiration from the Soviet Union’s nostalgia of the 1920-1980 years, uses the Cyrillic alphabet as an interpretation of Soviet posters and slogans.
Little Sunny Bite teams up for the second time with trademark Japanese brand Pink House to celebrate their upcoming 50 years anniversary. The designer created an original Little Sunny Bite version of Pink House’s signature flower prints and added characteristic casual vibes to the collection.
Londoner jewellery designer, Tessa Metcalfe, is all about finding beauty in the gutter. Extremely talented in bringing dreams and fairy tales to life in the form of mostly rings, she has always been fascinated with pigeons, traditional craftsmanship, and over ornate aesthetic, all three of which she combines into precious tiny works of art.
Eleni Kavvada is the designer behind our new favorite Greek label 240791. Her avant-garde designs are as bold as they are delicate, her big volumes maintain elements of minimalism. We talk her brand’s distinct style, the current situation, colors, and metaverse.
All shoes are shoes, and you might not want to waste your entire fortune on shoes, but sneakers are different, and you really have a soft spot for them, so you might have a dozen, but you still need more. These are 7 of the coolest sneakers you can find in the market these days.