I never condone second helpings but in this case if your fashion plate is empty then here’s more to pile on. I wont tell.
The clothes from General Idea is how I wish younger guys would dress. This collection is full of energy with great structure which is hard to do. The use of different textiles are brilliant with leather, sweats, vinyl and the shoes are beyond amazing! Just a cool relax collection perfect for gym or outdoor gear. Very boho meets military.
This is my kind of style striped down to its incomplex form. Carlos Campos kept it straightforward with blunt lines and strong yet simple colors accompanied with lucid tailoring. I don’t know but this simple collection spoke so much I think it can compete with any over-the-top collection shown this week and hold its own very well.
Micheal Bastian just can’t disappoint he is American men’s fashion for today’s man. This collection has everything a guy would need to pull off the most stylish summer ever! From beach to evening wear you can pack this whole line for a weekend getaway, even the selection of shoes are brilliantly versatile.
There have been some shows I haven’t posted because I felt they were too utilitarian or very simple, like you could find them in any Gap or H&M however, Timo Weiland took it to the next level. These guys’ separates are ideal for any guy that like to play with fashion but still be “normal” from prints to colors the duo was able to make the normal stand out.
Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas teams up for their 10th anniversary of Y-3 and it was a rather zestful celebration. The sports Japanese inspired collection looked very skater-boy gone thrift shopping for a camping trip. I like the volume because I always look thin in over-sized clothing.