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22.3.14

Gindi TLV Fashion Week: Shai Shalom Backstage


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17.3.14

Gindi TLV Fashion Week: Shai Shalom Fall/Winter 2014


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26.2.14

Paris Men's Spring/Summer 2014: Juun. J



Juun. J's Spring/Summer 2014 men's show presented an eye-catching series of androgynous looks which explore classical techniques like draping yet challenge the norms of menswear. Juun. J continues to offer us a look at the alternative and future of men's fashion. ♥ The Boyfriend







21.2.14

London College of Fashion MA2014: Aristides Vanis


Aristides Vanis, originally from Greece, is by far, one of the standout talents from London College of Fashion's  2014 graduates show. Vanis' collection draws inspiration from the designer's childhood, evident in naively illustrated fabrics depicting family, food, animals and carnivals. The happy, naive prints, accompanied with fairy tale appliqués, which seem to grow out of the clothes, lend a magical, youthful power to the designs. Vanis has created his own fantastic world in fabric. The look is unique, original and simply happy - proof that good fashion design can transmit and tap into feelings. These clothes overflow with true emotion and speak a language all their own. ♥ The Boyfriend





7.2.14

Paris Men's Spring/Summer 2014: Givenchy



Riccardo Tischi's men's spring/summer 2014 collection for Givenchy is a cluster-fuck of prints, graphic elements and seemingly incongruous references. For the past few years, Tisci has dominated the men's market and dictated trends with his unique and now-identifiable brand of blending street wear with iconic prints. While Tisci's look is, by now, getting a bit too familiar, he somehow manages to come up with a new twist every season (stripes). This is his second-to-last collection for the house, and perhaps one of his best. Who can deny glory to the man who put leather shorts on top of leggings? ♥ The Boyfriend






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