“Product is only one part of the luxury narrative. I want to use Louis Vuitton’s history with travel to really look at different cultures around the world to help make all our humanity visible. When creativity melds together with global issues, I believe you can bring the world together. Fashion on this level can really open eyes.”
Virgil Abloh, on his appointment as menswear artistic director at Louis Vuitton, New York Times (more…)
NYFW has wrapped and London is the latest port of call on the Fashion Month schedule. My New York highlights (from the comfort of my phone obvs) have been The Row, Raf Simons and Gabriela Hearst’s executive realness (you know how I feel about caps rn). Not to mention Raf’s jacket when he rocked up at the Marc Jacobs show… (more…)
In our very modern gender neutral society it seems silly to segregate men’s and womenswear. Yes our bodies have their differences but it seems there are more similarities. When it comes to casual wear – knitwear, tees, bombers, hoodies, Rick Owens-y tunics and the like, I think we can agree it’s fair to share. (more…)
Haider Ackermann is one of the best colourists in the biz, and, as it happens, one of the best leather workers too. These melt in your mouth leathers from Berluti menswear AW18 are just ravishing, both in texture and colour. And the sleek monotone styling is superb, right down to the chisel-toed boots.
Plus, check out Stella Tennant and Liya Kebede making a stealth appearance in billowing parkas and tailored topcoats. And the cut and length of those trousers is perfection…. (more…)