#284

men1men2

Louis Vuitton Men SS2019 / voguerunway.com

Junya Watanabe Man SS2019 / voguerunway.com

Alyx SS2019 / voguerunway.com

Trendspotting various bodybags and vests for SS2019, which are referencing back to Helmut Lang in the 90’s.

#216

brioni2

During men’s fashion weeks I was a bit out of focus and buried with work and none of the collections seemed to excite me. For more in times like we are living now, following constantly changing trends and new collections seems shameful. So if I had to pick one favorite, it is not a surprise that I go for classics.

After a quick visit of Justin O’Shea, Brioni is back to what it is, and this intelligently beautiful look book celebrates men as they are.

#137

jwa

@jw_anderson

@mmparisdotcom

Pitti Uomo is my favourite from all fashion weeks, even before Paris. Especially this season, when J.W. Anderson was one of the guest designers with surprisingly wearable SS18 collection, which was so far one his best ones. Everything from the casting to the venue, like you are sleepwalking in mr. Anderson’s dream. This took my eternal love for pyjama dressing into a whole new level.

#71

jwanderson

@jw_anderson

Men’s fashion month is coming to an end soon and as usual I can’t help but praise the collections from Raf Simons – inspired by Robert Mapplethorpe, Dries Van Noten and J.W.Anderson! My favourite designer got the inspiration from my favourite book – Le Petit Prince (cliché but true), is there anything better?

What I really wait from next fashion months to come are Vetements showing during couture week, Anthony Vaccarello’s first Saint Laurent collection (which according to the campaign images is going to be a lot more minimalistic) and Dior‘s official announcement about the new creative director! Rumors say SHE is going to be Maria Chiuri from Valentino, finally some female perspective into the house.

#57

distressed

Raf Simons AW2016

MSGM AW2016

TRENDSPOTTING – After leaving Dior, Raf Simmons has put full focus on his own brand, and we can see that. Not sayin he can’t do women’s wear because obviously he masters that as well, but he really can do men’s wear. Oh my!

#55

pyjama

Gucci Men AW2016 / Vogue Runway

Fendi Men AW2016 / Vogue Runway

TRENDSPOTTING – Men’s fashionweeks are in progress and today started the last – but not least – one, Paris. The most I’m looking forward Louis Vuitton and Dries Van Noten shows, that are taking place tomorrow evening, as well as Dior Homme on Saturday.

However one of the trends I spotted so far is pyjamas and slippers. Seen on Gucci, Fendi, J.w. Anderson, Etro, Dolce&Gabbana.. just to mention a few. I feel that this pyjama trend has been going on for a quite a long time so maybe this is the final touch; leave your pyjama on and go!

#26

karatekidss2016

J.W. Anderson SS2016/ style.com

My favourite time of the year is here, men’s fashion week season. And of course I’m always exited to see what J.W. Anderson has in his mind. According to Anderson this collection goes back to childhood.

“…imaginary world that a child might create for himself, akin to the tree houses he and his brother used to build. The preciousness that such a boy would bestow on things that are essentially valueless was reflected in the ordinary objects—keys, tools—that were transmuted into jewelry..” – Tim Blanks, style.com

And maybe that child’s hero is Karate Kid, or Cobra Kai.