Yes, starting today we welcome content for the man as well, kicking off with this Catch of the Day. Our new contributor Patrick will provide you with musthaves, news and features for the guys. Because we can’t -and will not- ignore our male readers. We actually want more of them.
Besides the ongoing trend of brogues, we show you the musthave for this season. The derby shoes.
Day 6, and the final day of London Fashion Week. This is also menswear day in the tradition of the LFW. Take a look at what British designer have in store for men this Fall.
Gentlemen can also be a bit rebellious, without losing charm and good manners. Sturdy and unpolished vs dandy-ish and groomed; the Cold Method man for A/W 2012-2013 was inspired by the revolutions of ’68 -the turning point towards a more progressive society- and especially the black & white pictures from that time.
It is actually one of my favourite songs from Sting. ‘An Englishman in New York’ can be interpreted in many ways, and I was very much inspired by the way UK brand Ben Sherman translated the theme in their A/W ’12 campaign, in collaboration with Dazed & Confused. They presented the collection in Amsterdam yesterday, and I had a little chat with Mark Maidment, Creative Director of the brand. Read the interview after the jump >>>
Day 6 at LFW featured menswear. Let’s not forget that the British have an important history in menswear and tailoring.
Unfortunately London Fashion Week has ended. Now the fashion caravan is moving to Milan. But you can still enjoy a little LFW with some menswear highlights from TOPMAN and Christopher Shannon after the jump >>>
For all those Mr. Bigs who wants to shop online there’s Mr. Porter, the male version of Net a Porter. The online webshop comes with the Stylepedia. Think of an encyclopaedia for men’s fashion. From Alpaca to Zipper and Marc by Marc Jacobs to Rag & Bone. We like!
Burberry presented their latest menswear collection in Milan earlier this day. Fans were able to watch the show via a live stream connection on Burberry.com. Model Jacob Young, British musicians Seb Brice and Tara Ferry and actor Matthew Beard walked down the catwalk, while celebs like Johnny Borrell, Douglas Booth and Isaac Ferry sat front row dressed in – ofcourse – Burberry. And what about the picture below? Did the British fashion house took our little country as the inspiration for it…. ?
…are some of the things you’ll see featuring in Bruce Weber’s short film for YSL menswear.
Let’s say we’re used to see naked models in the Bruce Weber editorials, that’s fine, but we see no more than a few YSL suits in the film. And isn’t the film supposed to promote the autum/winter 2010/2011 YSL menswear collection?