Virgil Abloh of Off-White fame lands his biggest collaboration to date. The streetwear-inspired designer partners with Nike for a design project called “The Ten.” Abloh revisits Nike classics for the outing. He explains, “What we’re talking about here is larger than sneakers, it’s larger than design culture.” The designer continues, “It’s nothing short of state-of-the-art… [Read More]
The men’s market loses another print magazine as American Media Inc. announces a new future for Men’s Fitness. The publishing company reveals that it’s folding the magazine’s print subscriptions into Men’s Journal. Beginning with the November 2017 issue of Men’s Journal, the magazine will see increased content with an additional fifty pages. Related: Essay |… [Read More]
This decade is proving to be a terrible era for men’s fashion magazines. In 2015, we closed out the year with news that Details was shuttering and now another major men’s magazine bites the dust. WWD reveals that Condé Nast Italia is shuttering L’Uomo Vogue, alongside its titles, Vogue Bambini, Vogue Sposa and Vogue Gioiello.
Abercrombie & Fitch revisits its denim for its next move in a fresh direction. Just in time for fall, the brand takes a detailed look at its denim for the first time in fifteen years. Examining every aspect, Abercrombie & Fitch’s denim styles have been re-designed and re-named. Related: Surf’s Up | 5 Board Shorts… [Read More]
New York-based designer Robert Geller sets his eyes on a new chapter with the launch of a new line, Gustav von Aschenbach. The brand’s name comes from the classic Thomas Mann novel, Death in Venice. Gustav von Aschenbach shares the same name as the novel’s main character. Related: Love & War | Robert Geller Embraces… [Read More]