En Noir designer Rob Garcia keeps things simple for spring 2015, drawing upon his own background.
Stylishly beaten down but fresh, Greg Lauren brought a nostalgia driven collection to New York Fashion Week, unveiling for spring an elegant outing for the detail oriented.
Since his appointment at Moschino, the spotlight has increased on designer Jeremy Scott. Not one to disappoint with his outlandish designs, Scott sent bold, vibrant, fearless looks down the catwalk.
Presented as part of Concept Korea, Resurrection looked to the transformative power of fashion for its inspiration this season. Disrupting the traditional idea of menswear, the ‘Casual and Masculine’ collection featured modern silhouettes with a rock ‘n’ roll spirit. Blending contemporary tailoring with high-tech fabrics, the results were effortlessly current and covetable.
Embracing graphic prints for its latest collection, Los Angeles-based fashion label delivered a bold, vibrant lineup during its New York Fashion Week runway show. A precise lineup, executed with a certain ease in shapes, brought together sporty fundamentals with the label’s signature edge.