We don’t know much about German designer Raphael Hauber, but we came across his menswear line for Spring/Summer 2011 and we like it. While we think there’s lots of room for growth, there are elements and an overall look that we think shows promise! Check out Hauber‘s full S/S 11 collection after the click. For more information on Hauber and to see his collection for F/W 10, which we think is genius for its knitwear, check out his official site.
One of our favorite accessories lines — Mouton Collet — has just sent us images of their Spring/Summer 2011 collection. As expected, it’s incredible. Their line is not for everyone. That we realize. It’s very artistic and manages to be chic, avant-garde, and wearable all at the same time. And let’s not forget: they shoot an amazing look book!
Check out Mouton Collet‘s men’s accessories collection for S/S 11 after the click. For more info on the line, check out their site.
We love the Spring/Summer 2011 collection by Japanese menswear line N. Hoolywood. The collection is entitled Police Picture, which will make more sense after you see the looks and visit their site. Make sure to look at the slideshow of the collection along with the police type pics.
Anxiety, tenseness and resignation when pointed by viewfinderâ€¦ In fact, circumstances that is imaginable only for those who have been caught on film. What is apparent from the record is the fact of committing the crime. Record files of unspecified and completely different people. â€œPolice Pictureâ€ around 1910~1940 is the theme for N. Hoolywood this season.
They have focused on mug shots, which is the most symbolic figure of the theme. Like the pieces with the detail of the numbers directly printed and jackets with horizontally long rectangle panel on the chest, they got the inspiration from the record of the criminals at that time. They broke down unique mixture of the formal wear and prisonersâ€™ uniform into coordination and details. At the presentation, large-sized photograph that associates the mug shots of that time were displayed on the walls of the entire 303 gallery. Also, a 12 inch wide slit on a eye line level were made on the wall on one side and when the people look into it they could see the situation where each model been taken mug shot.
Check out the full collection after the click. For more info on the line and the slide show we mentioned above, check out N. Hoolywood‘s site.