H RAUN Cedric Jacquemyn Spring/Summer 2014

By Editor in Fashion on October 29th, 2013 | No Comments »

Check out the Spring/Summer 2014 collection from Cedric Jacquemyn‘s second line HRAUN.

“The Label HRAUN is the product of a search of both Weekday and I — it is the consequence of the feeling of an absence. The label is fully made in Belgium, with a strong focus on the use of natural fibers, coming from Italy and Japan.”

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Cedric Jacquemyn Spring/Summer 2014

By Editor in Fashion on October 27th, 2013 | No Comments »

Check out the Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection — Remains of Muted Beliefs — from Cedric Jacquemyn.

The disappearing cultures of the ancient Amazon and the dying rituals of their tribes inform the second chapter of Remains of Muted Beliefs, a men’s wardrobe by the Belgian designer Cedric Jacquemyn.

Melancholy airs of disintegration and extinction are woven throughout, captured and streamlined in veiled layers – the stories of survival locked in the cloth. – A seminal romance dictates the long, lithe silhouette as garments clasp at the throat and fall in decadent swathes of cashmere, silk, linen and cool wool.
The dark palette is broken by moments of khaki, bone and a myriad of textures contrasting rough and raw materials with a dim lustre.

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Cedric Jacquemyn Fall/Winter 2012

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Cedric Jacquemyn Fall/Winter 2012Check out the Fall/Winter 2012 collection from Belgian menswear designer Cedric Jacquemyn.

The continuation of the previous collections “THE LAST GLACIER” and “THE WASTE LAND”, the Fall/Winter 2012 collection “FIELDS OF REGENERATION” was inspired by ever-changing landscapes, consequences of destruction, and the life it creates. (more…)

CEDRIC JACQUEMYN S/S 2012 | THE WASTE LAND

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Cédric Jacquemyn | … Until the end

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