British graphic-turned-fashion designer Sam McWilliams makes fierce unisex streetwear with an Anglo-Asian-inspired, print-infused twist. Though still pretty new to the industry, he’s already worked at Givenchy and alongside Kanye, and having taken over the reins of the label from his sister Courtney now creates collections inspired by dark, romantic fairytales. Are you man enough to wear his winter shorts…? Read the rest of this entry
It’s fair to say that Danish-born Asger Juel Larsen isn’t your usual menswear designer. Overlooking fashion’s current fixation on luxe sportswear shapes for statement pieces that burst with futuristic impact and an industrial, gothic vibe that still manages to feel sophisticated, his A/W13 collection is both aggressive and fun. We catch up with Larsen to talk pushing boundaries, refusing to conform to seasonal trends and what his worst fear is…
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Denmark-born menswear designer Astrid Andersen has been climbing from strength to strength since graduating from RCA in 2010, having shown collections for the last three seasons on the prestigious MAN catwalk, scored stocking space in Selfridges and Opening Ceremony, and gained the likes of NAS and A$AP Rocky as fans. With an aesthetic that combines tough streetwear shapes with a luxe attitude, Astrid talks to LOGO about the concept of the modern man, and why she’d love to style Andre3000…
Up-and-coming menswear designer Joseph Turvey creates clothes that combine fun statement prints with traditional tailoring methods. Cutting his teeth interning for Louise Gray and Katie Eary, Joseph only graduated from his MA course at LCF last year, but he has already gained a pretty impressive hype in the industry, having shown two collections as part of Fashion East. Fresh from the success of presenting his new Autumn/Winter 2013-14 collection at London’s second ever men’s fashion week, he catches up with LOGO to talk about waxed eyebrows, Raf Simons and designing for Cruella de Vil. Read the rest of this entry
Coca-Cola Brazil recently showed their new Autumn/Winter 2013 collection at Fashion Rio. Is this foray into fashion just another shrewd corporate strategy from the head honchos at The Coca-Cola Company? Maybe. But when the designs look this good, who cares?
Friday’s Superdry x Timothy Everest presentation was no exception. Taking place at Superdry’s Regent Street store, a cluster of sharp-cheekboned models posed in even sharper tailoring against a backdrop of an upper-class country library, complete with overstuffed leather chairs and hunting rifles. Read the rest of this entry