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A Case For the Return of Real Romance

By Jessica Bumpus

Is it just me, or does the time feel entirely right to put the spotlight back on designers like Ann Demeulemeester and Yohji Yamamoto? Masters perhaps more prominently of seasons past, but somewhat...

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Paris Menswear So Far: A Youthful Pursuit

By Elisabeta Tudor

Where are all the gray-haired, 40-something fine dandies, you ask? Not in Paris, that's all we know. Streetwear is still a worldwide obsession, low and high dichotomies (“sophisticated” vs....

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Kim Jones' Last Tribute to Louis Vuitton

By Elisabeta Tudor

Jones has headed up menswear at Louis Vuitton for seven years. The British artistic director is rumored to take over the reins of Burberry soon and was previously eyed by Versace. LOUIS...

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Millennial Eye Candy at Valentino

By Marta Represa

Think the Gen Z winners of the Italian version of The Voice make unlikely front row guests at Valentino? Think again. Yesterday’s show, held as usual at the Hotel de Rothschild, proved ideal for...

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Gosha Rubchinskiy: “Who cares about fashion trends?”

By Elisabeta Tudor

Russian designer and Comme des Garçons protégé Gosha Rubchinskiy is not to be put in a box: while fashion's crème de la crème is currently staging menswear shows in Paris, Gosha chose – once again...

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Palomo Spain's Unique Approach to Sexuality

By Marta Represa

It has been a long time since this editor was last at a fashion show filled with fabulous club kids. It has also been a long time since I witnessed an openly humorous collection. It was a tall...

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Milan Menswear: Moments to Remember

By Marta Represa

This season may have been calmer than usual in the Italian fashion capital. With Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Ferragamo having deserted the men’s shows to present joint collections during womenswear,...

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A Guide to the Five Most Conspicuous Millennials in Milan

By Marta Represa

On Saturday, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana unveiled – for the fifth season in a row – a catwalk entirely populated with “millennials.” In the past four seasons, this has meant a mix of young...

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Prada's Come To Jesus Moment

By Sofia Celeste

With a collection that was awash in nylon, the storied Milanese brand had a “Come to Jesus” moment and decided to focus on innovation and practicality rather than frills. A salute to its “Prada...

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Kean Etro On His “Agora” And 50 Years of Fashion

By Sofia Celeste

Built on a lifetime of memories, exotic travels, and strong relationships, the Etro family has evolved and survived half a century of history and change. On Saturday, the family, known the world...

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Pitti Titillates Rich Digital Consumers

By Sofia Celeste

The biggest commercial event for high-end men’s fashion, Pitti Uomo, is a prime moment for the fashion community to contemplate the direction of a wider global industry that is worth nearly 3...

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Street-Style in Brush Strokes: Suwa

By Sofia Celeste

It’s Pitti Uomo 93 day two and the Les Benjamins presentation is just about to kick off in the majestic setting of the Teatro Niccolini, an ancient opera house tucked away on a dark street just...

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Michele's Gucci Garden Hypnotises

By Sofia Celeste

Guccification or Alessandro Michele-fication? One of the most prolific designers to grace the storied House of Gucci since its inception, Michele ushered in his new era with the opening of the...

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LFWM: One Year On

By Jessica Bumpus

This time last year and the menswear fashion-scape was reeling from the aftermath of 2016, a pretty rubbish year by anyone’s standards. Brexit, Trump, the list doesn’t really need to extend any...

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The Sense of An Ending: London Menswear Moves Forward

By John-Michael O'Sullivan

That’s all for now, folks. The show, quite literally, is over. London’s Autumn/Winter 2018 menswear collections came and went in the space of less than eighty hours; a stripped-back season, shorn...