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AUGUST 2018
Givenchy

Givenchy

Under the direction of Clare Waight Keller, Givenchy celebrates night looks this season. To paint a more cohesive image, picture young people holding parties in a mysterious mansion, no address is required, only GPS. Highlighting the importance of a perfectly tailored look to steal the spotlight. Expect a series of unconventional pleated leather pants in muted colors paired with eccentric turtle necks, instead of perfectly tailored suits. Givenchy A/W 2018 at large illustrated "Night Noir" depicting the moment of joy for some unknown, to capture the young people of every arbitrary moment. Image courtesy of Vogue.
Under the direction of Clare Waight Keller, Givenchy celebrates night looks this season. To paint a more cohesive image, picture young people holding parties in a mysterious mansion, no address is required, only GPS. Highlighting the importance of a perfectly tailored look to steal the spotlight. Expect a series of unconventional pleated leather pants in muted colors paired with eccentric turtle necks, instead of perfectly tailored suits. Givenchy A/W 2018 at large illustrated "Night Noir" depicting the moment of joy for some unknown, to capture the young people of every arbitrary moment. Image courtesy of Vogue.
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Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

The set for Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2018 menswear show is industrial, located in a disused office space in the 17th Arrondissement of Paris. Sarah Burton truly delivered the self-explanatory “exploration of British masculinity,” with Alexander McQueen’s AW 2018. The exploration itself consists of track pants in luxury fabrics with side stripes, cinched waist, smart outerwear complimented with occasional splash of rather flamboyant patterns of paisley. To top it off, the collection was accessorized with Gold hoop earrings, pendants and signet rings. Image courtesy of Vogue.
The set for Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2018 menswear show is industrial, located in a disused office space in the 17th Arrondissement of Paris. Sarah Burton truly delivered the self-explanatory “exploration of British masculinity,” with Alexander McQueen’s AW 2018. The exploration itself consists of track pants in luxury fabrics with side stripes, cinched waist, smart outerwear complimented with occasional splash of rather flamboyant patterns of paisley. To top it off, the collection was accessorized with Gold hoop earrings, pendants and signet rings. Image courtesy of Vogue.
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Lanvin

Lanvin

The season is all about where modernity and sartorial tradition meet. A reimagined classic English fabrics, packed with meticulous hybrid and urban look details. The 2018 Winter collection draws inspiration from the key elements of nature. Lanvin's Ready-to-Wear collection for men offers a range of coats, jackets, shirts, polos, sweaters, sweatshirts, pants, and shorts. Exclusive prints, unexpected combinations, sportswear influences, and luxury details mark this season's Men's Ready-to-Wear line with energy and originality. Image courtesy of Vogue.
The season is all about where modernity and sartorial tradition meet. A reimagined classic English fabrics, packed with meticulous hybrid and urban look details. The 2018 Winter collection draws inspiration from the key elements of nature. Lanvin's Ready-to-Wear collection for men offers a range of coats, jackets, shirts, polos, sweaters, sweatshirts, pants, and shorts. Exclusive prints, unexpected combinations, sportswear influences, and luxury details mark this season's Men's Ready-to-Wear line with energy and originality. Image courtesy of Vogue.
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Fendi

Fendi

The new FENDI Men’s Collection designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi heavily feature the iconic FF logo. It’s striking appearance is complimented with Pequin stripes, the Fendi stamp and Fendi’s bold yellow palette. Creative Director Silvia Venturini also collaborate with Scottish graphic specialist Reilly on digital remix artworks and graphics featured throughout the collection. Image courtesy of Vogue.
The new FENDI Men’s Collection designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi heavily feature the iconic FF logo. It’s striking appearance is complimented with Pequin stripes, the Fendi stamp and Fendi’s bold yellow palette. Creative Director Silvia Venturini also collaborate with Scottish graphic specialist Reilly on digital remix artworks and graphics featured throughout the collection. Image courtesy of Vogue.
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