• Fendi Men's Spring 2018

    5 days ago - By WWD

    All hail the working man - Silvia Fendi is feeling concerned about the needs of future generations who will likely have to change careers myriad times in their lives.
    Leading by example, the designer tapped London-based, career-juggling artist Sue Tilley, who worked at a dole center in London's Charing Cross for 37 years but was also a muse to Lucian Freud and best friends with Leigh Bowery, to collaborate on the line.
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    “She had a wild artist life and she's an artist herself. It's about combining different aspects and being open to change,”...
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  • Malibu 1992 Men's Spring 2018

    5 days ago - By WWD

    The ghosts of Chateau Marmont was the storyline, with pale and interesting types wandering the corridors in black T-shirts with dripping candle prints, lemon cotton coats or shirts in an equally icky shade of “emergency exit” green.
    The older residents sported revisited tuxedo jackets with draped shoulders and the proportions pulled down, or fancy jackets in gold and black Italian jacquard in motifs mixing florals, the house logo and medieval axes. “The fabric reminds me of L.A. villas,” Dorian Stefano Tarantini said backstage, adding that the Nineties-inspired washed denim items and rock...
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  • Eleventy Men's Spring 2018

    5 days ago - By WWD

    Geoff Schneiderman, Eleventy's president of North America, believes men's wear is going through “a strange moment, where everyone is re-evaluating value in products, seeking the highest value for price, so this is the perfect timing for the brand.”
    To be sure, the company continues to expand its offer as it develops an international business. For the first time, Eleventy presented a series of swimsuits inspired by Sicilian majolica, as well as nightwear and innerwear, which flanked a collection that was in line with the brand's tradition of informal and deconstructed jackets and pleated...
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