Category: Men’s Fashion Week

Fashion Review: City Slickers

Fashion Review: City Slickers The lyrical clichés hold true as Tom Ford returns New York to show and indie designers struggle to make it in what is “still the place to be.” Source: New York Times Fashion Review: City Slickers

Brioni Redefines Itself, With a Whisper and a Smirk

Brioni Redefines Itself, With a Whisper and a Smirk After a succession of creative directors, the Roman tailoring house shifts again with Nina-Maria Nitsche, a clever, sly veteran of Maison Margiela. Source: New York Times Brioni Redefines Itself, With a Whisper and a Smirk

The Top 10 Moments from the Men’s Shows

The Top 10 Moments from the Men’s Shows An all-night Rick Owens rave, Kendall Jenner hits Milan — and more highlights (on and off the runways) in London, Milan and Paris. Source: New York Times The Top 10 Moments from the Men’s Shows

Fashion Review: ‘The Rich Look’ Lives On in Paris

Fashion Review: ‘The Rich Look’ Lives On in Paris As the fall men’s shows end, Dior holds the line on French conservatism, Balmain delivers the usual extravagance, and Hermès channels quiet wealth. Source: New York Times Fashion Review: ‘The Rich Look’ Lives On in Paris

In Paris, Pushing the Men’s Wear Boulder Along

In Paris, Pushing the Men’s Wear Boulder Along Rick Owens continues to do his (own) thing, while Valentino, Off-White and Dries Van Noten try to affect a man’s workaday wardrobe. Source: New York Times In Paris, Pushing the Men’s Wear Boulder Along

Are You Ready to (Dress Like You) Rock?

Are You Ready to (Dress Like You) Rock? How the fastest growing designer in men’s wear built a big business in no time flat by selling his customers on a dream: That they, too, could shred. Source: New York Times Are You Ready to (Dress Like You) Rock?

From No Clothes to Almost No Clothes at Palomo Spain

From No Clothes to Almost No Clothes at Palomo Spain The performer Casey Spooner spent part of the men’s wear show lamenting his lack of wardrobe before Alejandro Gómez Palomo, Miuccia Prada and others stepped in. Source: New York Times From No Clothes to Almost No Clothes at Palomo Spain