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    Jil Sander Menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    For her second collection after her return to the house carrying her name, Jil Sander‘s take on menswear for the Spring/Summer season was very much anticipated (to say the least). With minimalism at its core (a staple of Jil Sander creations), this collection is a clean-cut interpretation of modernity and current trends. White ensembles open […] More

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    Ami Alexandre Mattiussi menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Alexandre Mattiussi is a favorite of buyers and the international press for a reason : his approach of menswear crystallizes the balance between what nowadays men would want to wear and a certain poetry. His clothes are wearable, sure, but what makes Ami (friend in French) so remarkable is the laid back attitude and atmosphere […] More

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    Miharayasuhiro menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Fiery and proud, the Japanese brand Miharayasuhiro chose this season as an inspiration a mystical bird : the Phoenix. Mainly used as a metaphor of renewal, it was only a natural aftermath for the fashion house to pick it as the emblem of its spring/summer 2014 collection. Spring is the season of rebirths and it […] More

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    John Galliano menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Bill Gaytten is the man in charge of the creative direction of the menswear line for John Galliano. This season was all about prints and colors, happiness and youthfulness. Edgy and restless, the show had a lot of energy to it, be it regarding the casting or the soundtrack (Cough, Cough by Everything, Everything), we […] More

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    Francesco Smalto menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Eternal dandy chic is the motto at Smalto. For Spring/Summer 2014, the creative director of the brand, Youn Choun Bak, took us on a journey, a capsule of old-school elegance with a modern twist. Five scenes composed the Smalto presentation, all of which distilling the essence of the Smalto gentleman. Playful, classical, summery or casual […] More

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    Dior Homme Spring/Summer 2014

    Menswear fashion week is a busy week for Kris Van Assche as he also supervises the creative direction for Dior Homme on top of his own eponymous brand. And although his signature shapes are recognizable in both brands’ collections, he also manages to adapt to the Dior Homme ethos without creating a conflict between his […] More

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    Cerruti 1881 menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Aldo Maria Camillo, the creative director behind the brand Cerrutti 1881 since April 2012 chose to break with tradition and insufflate a new energy to the house for his last Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Usually very proper and timelessly classical, the Cerruti man has an edge for this season and gets in touch with his “artistic” […] More

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    KRISVANASSCHE menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    So far, no one has been able to translate sportswear into luxury with as much ease as Kris Van Assche. For his Spring/Summer 2014 collection, the Belgian designer gave us a hint of what he was going to showcase by the design of his invitation (a polka-dot cutout envelope). Showcasing his collection at Palais de […] More

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    Dries Van Noten menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Poetic flowers were in full bloom for Dries Van Noten’s Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection. Nature and plants, both of which are strong themes for the Belgian designer, decorated the clothing for this season. Dark colors, woven fabric and jacquard were staples throughout the entire collection. Relaxed and elegant, the Dries Van Noten man is on […] More

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    Yohji Yamamoto menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Minimalist but incredibly sexy. So was the direction taken by the iconic designer Yohji Yamamoto. Black, which is a classic of the brand was in full force for this season, yet we got to see some radiant colors as well. Working mostly on shapes and volumes, Yohji Yamamoto surfs on the trend of the season, […] More

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    Issey Miyake Men Spring/Summer 2014

    Issey Miyake menswear designer Yusuke Takahashi is young. Very young. But his understanding of the brand’s spirit and his take on the Spring/Summer 2014 season showed us that age and talent are totally unrelated. Usually a very conceptual brand (should I remind you of the paper shirts or the survival blanket coats ?) Issey Miyake […] More

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    Wooyoungmi menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Wooyoungmi is a personal favorite when it comes to menswear. After all she understands very well the subtlety that it takes to create something new and original without looking desperately eccentric and her collections are usually huge hits because they appeal to “normal” gentlemen and are wearable without too much efforts. For Spring/Summer 2014, the […] More

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