Size matters in fashion — but bigger isn’t always better. The autumn/winter 2024 menswear shows in Paris demonstrated that amply, with brand positioning oscillating between rock concert-worthy spectacle and close-enough-to-touch intimacy, with varying degrees of success. The shows were aided and abetted by the fact that, near universally, the clothes
“Shocking and unexpected things happened while I was designing this collection,” Chitose Abe reflected (through a translator) after her men’s fall and women’s pre-fall collections had taken to the runway in Paris. “I feel grateful to have a simple, happy life, and so I really wanted to give a united
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The first time I came to Paris, in October 1979, I was a grad student with two months off and a rail pass that, for $200, would take me around Europe, anywhere I wanted to go. For the six
Tell me about the inflatable… boots is, I guess, the right word.
They’re just an affront to common good taste. They’re a protest, and they’re a protest against intolerance. Intolerance, the seed of war.
Zayn Malik is looking très cool at Men’s Fashion Week in Paris.
Malik, 31, attended Kenzo’s Menswear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 catwalk presentation on Friday, January 19, looking effortlessly chic
This month, fashion has decamped to Europe for men’s fashion weeks. In headline news, there has been a menswear debut from Gucci, where Sabato de Sarno set out his stall as the new creative director; there were hats that aped swimming caps at Prada; and a Fendi collection inspired
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Jeff Bezos was seated on the front row of the Dolce & Gabbana autumn/winter 2024 menswear show on Saturday afternoon. It was an incongruous sight but maybe it is one
This week marks the arrival of Milan Fashion Week Men’s A/W 2024, promising a blueprint for how men will dress in the season ahead – from the richly sartorial to the boldly experimental. On the first day, all eyes were on Sabato De Sarno – the Gucci creative director showed
His debut, a women’s collection, instead proposed a modern girl-about-town wardrobe of crisp daywear, like simple tailored blazers, leather A-line skirts, sailor tops, and even a hoodie. De Sarno was ushering in a major aesthetic shift at the house, and bringing with it a fundamentally different way of thinking about
Enter Luca Magliano, who I think has figured out an ingenious way to set his own trajectory. His collection, shown at a sports stadium on the edge of town, did not shy away from the classic DNA the Italian menswear world is built on. In fact, a couple Giorgio Armani