Tag: Ken Courtney

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BRACHMANN F/W 18

I love this line. “Tuxedo! For our Autumn|Winter collection 2018/19 the ‘Tuxedo’ inspires both our women’s wear & men’s wear line of post-classical fashion. By updating silhouettes with the introduction of sculptural sleeves, pleats and panels, the Tuxedo becomes more versatile and effortless. Through the interplay of deconstructing and reconstructing, […]

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VERENA SCHEPPERHEYN F/W 18

Check out the Fall/Winter 2018 menswear collection from German designer Verena Schepperheyn. “Verena Schepperheyn is a contemporary menswear brand specialized in creating mid-range luxury products with a focus on detail and material uniqueness, seeking to produce high quality items. Techniques such as embroidery, prints and textile manipulation in combination with […]

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BOTH F/W 18

I love BOTH. For their F/W 18 collection, both presents an intriguing clash between industrial and artisanal – drawing from the transformation of latex during the manufacturing process and through the elaboration of a distinctive language based on the many technical explorations with the vulcanization of natural rubber. BOTH‘s industrial […]

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MAXIME HERNANDEZ F/W 18

I love this New York menswear line. Check out the latest collection from Maxime Hernandez. “By drawing inspiration from uniforms and utility while playing with architectural references, the Fall/Winter 18 collection offers a cerebral approach to design by deconstructing and reinventing menswear’s relationship to garment using hand woven fabrics and […]

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Barbara I Gongini Collection 11

As always, I love the menswear collection from Barbara I Gongini. “Matte leathers stand in stark contrast with hand-knitted wool. Subtly sculptural silhouettes present a relentlessly original view on leather designs. One key element is the two-sided fur coat. One side smooth leather the other genuine sheepskin. Inside. Outside. Contrasting […]

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Kuro F/W 18

I love love love this collection from Kuro. “The name translates to ‘black’ and was chosen as it represents darkness and loneliness with an image of great mystery and great strength. The Japanese have achieved a widespread reputation for the finest craftsmanship in the denim industry. Kuro is 100% ‘Made […]

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