A collection where sartorial cuts are mixed with playfulness and a pinch of impertinence in bright colors and couplings of classic and hi-tech fabrics. The autumn winter 2018/2019 of Alessandro Gilles, a man's fashion brand from Campania born in 2006, sees the timeless style of classic tailoring, combined with passe-partout, more sporty, made of high quality fabrics exclusively made in Italy.
Fashion is cyclical, and most trends never fully disappear. That’s right—hold onto those bellbottom jeans and dust off your riding boots, because those (along with your other old favorites) are making a comeback this year. This season’s most popular styles are a mashup of early aughts, with several decades sprinkled in for variety. If you’re looking for a vintage-inspired ensemble, refer to these eight retro trends coming back this fall.
Boglioli looks to the Italian fashion capital of Milan for the inspiration behind its fall-winter 2017 men's collection. The brand’s creative director, Davide Marello romanticizes the streets of the enchanting city with sights of Palazzo Marino and Pinacoteca di Brera.
Sensuality and independence. For Valentino’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli capture the essence of the world of contemporary women, portraying its changes and evolution.
On October 2, H&M introduces Conscious Denim, a collection with clean styling and contemporary fits, that not only uses more sustainable materials, but also more conscious processes. In a first for H&M, the washes used on its denim have been graded to assess their environmental impact, including energy and water use. The collection includes pieces for women, men and children, and will be available worldwide in around 1,000 stores for women and 700 stores for men, as well as online.
Growing up in California, 'Star Wars' was a 'big obsession' for Rodarte designer-sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy. And they've decided that their collection for Fall-Winter 2014/2015 is the right place to show it including the images of Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, R2-D2 and Yoda in a few of their garments, shown on February 11, 2014 in New York, during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.