ato Fall/Winter 2014

By Editor in Fashion on April 17th, 2014 | No Comments »

More from Japan. Check out the Fall/Winter 2014 menswear collection from ato.

ato seeks in creating clothes that symbolize the individual’s identity, making each pattern and style believable to
the wearer. Solid cutting is used on the designs, aimed in creating a silhouette that awakens the character of the
body. Instead of just crating a masculine or feminine line, ato works in creating items from the mind, which in turn brings out the character. This attribute is further applied by giving a name to each pattern, not only for the designer, but so that the models and any staff involved in the creation will have a base and an understanding
of the special character in each garment, consequently targeting the goal of making the best clothes possible.”

Look book images after the click. (more…)

Phenomenon Fall/Winter 2014

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Another awesomely cool menswear collection from Japanese brand PHENOMENON. Check out look book images from the Fall/Witner 2014 collection after the click. (more…)

3.Paradis Fall/Winter 2014

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Check out another super cool menswear collection from French brand 3.Paradis after the click. (more…)

Bensimon Fall/Winter 2014

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Check out look book images of the Fall/Winter 2014 menswear collection from Argentinian brand Bensimon after the click. (more…)

Vidur Fall/Winter 2014

By Editor in Fashion on April 14th, 2014 | No Comments »

I’ve been avoiding posting images of Vidur‘s menswear collection for Fall/Winter 2014 not because I don’t like the line or the collection, but because the photos aren’t that great. I know these things happen and they’re probably not happy either, but I’m just super picky with photos. A set of new photos has come out though that aren’t quite as bad, so here it goes.

Check out select images from Vidur’s F/W 14 collection after the click. (more…)