Stefano Chiassai, fashion designer and creative director for international fashion brands, is an untiring collector of clothes and fashion-related materials, a passion that in almost forty years of career has allowed him to put together an archive made up of 15,000 pieces that include garments, accessories and fabrics, turning it into a place for experimentation and contamination of the past, present and future.
The Brioni Fall/Winter 2018 wardrobe explores sartorial archetypes for the discerning man of the 21st century. It relies on the assumption that design in our mobile, highly challenging world should be about the search for relevant clothes. To this end, Brioni concentrated on the core pieces of a man’s needs, in an approach that is more evolutionary than season oriented. Revisions may appear subtle. Closer inspection will reveal the guiding principle: to rethink everyday icons in the interest of the uttermost quality and luxurious comfort.
When it comes to wardrobe staples there are certain considerations that you have to take into account to ensure you have the right clothing and garments, such as comfort levels, quality, ability to withstand seasonal weather conditions, and style.
This season Billionaire takes aim at the glamorous world of James Bond. Secret Agent 007 has a lot in common with the suave Billionaire man: they’re both international jetsetters, lifelong playboys and always on a mission; they live life like they drive their cars, fast but always in control. As an orchestra plays the iconic Bond themes, the mood is set for adventure and action.
Today’s fashion-forward men know remaining on the cutting-edge of the latest trends goes well beyond owning a well-tailored suit or new pair of shoes. Indeed, savvy, smart and stylish guys are taking their fashion finds to new levels with the latest wearable tech that effortlessly complements their look — and offers the height of convenience and connectivity.
For the new Men’s collection for Fall/Winter 2017-18, Trussardi presents a series of iconic garments from the maison’s great tradition. Tarot cards are the theme chosen to give this collection light and depth: unconscious and universal figures, they symbolize a current desire for tradition and history as well as a thirst for answers to present day questions.
It’s time to review your wardrobe and plan your winter purchases. As men often invest in clothing items, footwear and accessories that you know are going to last and that can be worn in countless combinations and a variety of occasions. The Savile Row's recommendation for this is the tweed jacket. The absolute wardrobe essential for every man; a staple, that can also be bold, full of character, fresh and modern.
Since its creation by David Reiss in 1971, Reiss has established a design philosophy centred on creating design-led menswear, womenswear and accessories. With an uncompromising commitment to delivering innovative and original products it fuses exceptional design, quality and value.
The classic authentic trench-coat is a product - advertising fetish of Burberry and a synonymous of the best protective cloak. We've seen it on Humphrey Bogart in 'Casablanca' and Audrey Hepburn in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'.
Suspenders (or Braces in British English) - this cute anachronism - are popular especially in England and the USA. Americans consider suspenders practical and comfortable with a hint of nostalgic feeling. For Englishmen - braces are part of the tradition.
You do not need Luciano Barbera to tell you that the suit is the key element in any gentleman’s wardrobe. So, he will tell you a story instead.
It all started in 1920 when Mike Culwell’s grandfather, W.E. Culwell, founded Culwell & Son as a shop that pressed men’s suits. Dallas was a different place back then — the streets weren’t always paved and a good suit from Sears cost some $28. As the city grew, Dallas businessman began demanding better clothing. W.E. responded and the Varsity Shop was born. Here, the businessman of Dallas could find outstanding suits for the then unheard of price of $45.
ISW Menswear makes shopping for men quick and easy. They offer package pricing on designer suits and tuxedos to fit any budget. Their style consultants are up to date on current trends and are always on-hand to assist and educate shoppers as they procure their men's wardrobe.
According to the Formal dress code, men wear classic suits, preferably black or evening blue. In some social circles Semi-formal can also mean Black Tie. But in the general case this is a term for the most informal of formal dress standards. Instead of belt, a vest and a bow tie in another color can be added to the tuxedo.
If Black Tie is written on the invitation, it means formal evening dress or tuxedo. It is worn only after 6 PA. Initially it appeared in the English aristocratic society as a garment suitable for smoking rooms, where gentlemen seclude, from where its name comes - a smoking jacket.
The gentleman unthinkably loves the fine fabrics of Loro Piana, delicately dramatic folds of Napolisu Мisura, smartly nervous, yet perfect naturalness of hand stitching, more than sensual, thoughtful proportions almost in the sense of the canon of Polykleitos, museum memory of labels with a monogram and a date of sewing, flirting authenticity of buttonholes, semi-closeness of the garment above the most expressive part of the human body - arm.
For his new H&M campaign, David Beckham has teamed up with actor and comedian Kevin Hart to give a humorous take on the world of Beckham himself. In the campaign, for the new Modern Essentials selected by David Beckham autumn 2015 collection, Hart plays a method actor preparing to take on the role of Beckham. The video will debut on hm.com on 28 September, and in cinemas and on TV on 30 September, alongside a print and billboard campaign.
'I've spent so much time making elements of the women's clothing appropriate for men's fashion, that I've realized that what I want is to remove the feminine and masculine aspects from my fashion', said brand's designer John Pepper.
Spring/Summer's signature pastel tones see a contemporary revamp with new updates on conventional shades. In the womenswear wardrobe, two key fashion colors are manifested in the form of fresh Luminous Mint and glossy Cosmic Lavender.
Vibrant and energetic, the menswear wardrobe is saturated in shades inspired by exotic tropical fruits. Effectively capturing the optimism of the season, two key Fashion Colors land in the form of Mango Lassi orange and Papaya orange.
Green in a variety of shades - olive, bottle, khaki, pine, hunter green, forest green, moss green - is definitely one of the key colors in men's wardrobe for Fall-Winter 14/15.
Brooks brothers combines modern technology with the detailing of hand tailoring, offering both non-iron fabrics and traditional finish pure cotton cloths - totally over 1,500 of the world's finest fabrics.
Fur and knits are the key elements of Fendi Fall-Winter 14/15 menswear collection, designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi and presented in Milan earlier this year. It is graphic, luxurious, stylish and pragmatic.
Today we are going to take a look at some of the top trends in womenswear for the upcoming cold season. It will offer something for everyone - from romantic fairytale gowns through comfortable sportswear to bold leopard prints.
Our closets are windows into our internal selves - an interview with Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner about our inside out connection with clothing
Today we are going to present you Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner (Dr. B) - a psychologist who analyzes dress behaviors + trends. She runs her wardrobe consulting business, InsideOut, and specializes in the treatment of mood, anxiety, substance and eating disorders. She works with popular media outlets, including radio, print, and television, offering information to improve wellness.
A well fitting suit can help every men look and feel comfortable both in everyday life and special occasions. It is not too formal, it is not only for older gentlemen, it is not limiting men's personal style.
Today we are going to present you 16 occasions for which the suit is the best choice.
Bulgarian fashion designer Nikolay Bozhilov had his international debut during BERLIN FASHION WEEK 2014 (8-14 July). He presented his newest collection SYMBIOSIS at his fashion show at lavera Showfloor.
The average value of young man's wardrobe is £1,227 while female one costs about £150 less - just £1,078.
Today is difficult to imagine how in the past the trousers were considered as typically male garment, that is not appropriate for women. Modern trends offer wide selection of pants for both men and women’s wardrobe.
The story of trousers begins in Ancient East. After that, this type of clothing is used by some European tribes.
The warm season is about to start and we are ready to open your wardrobes for the Spring-Summer 2010 collection.
The spring-summer season promises to be colourful, bright, translucent and shimmering. A real scene of fairy of colors that seems to hint the dark crisis is going away slowly but steadily.
The neutral of colors of the light tonality (white and beige) impart femininity and lightness. The bright colours (red, purple, green) give the woman an aura of sensuality and sexiness.
The institute for contemporary art - Sofia and theater workshop Sfumato presented
the project of the designer Mariela Gemisheva "A story of one's own wardrobe". The collection contains garments from silk cambric, linen and velvet. The project
Old Fashion Fashion, season 2010, on the stage of "Sfumato" is a mono spectacle of Maria Silvester, behind which is "masked" a fashion show.
Mariela Gemisheva along with the designers of the FAC Jelena Kesic and Bojan Petrushevski analyze the connection between the reality and the notion, between the personality and camouflage, between fashion and theater.
VIEMA is established in 1995 as a designer brand and manufacturer of outerwear.
The strong classic appeal of the brand has earned broad appreciation and
popularity and has long become a fixture in the wardrobe of the people with
affinity to smart wear.
The company manages its own manufacturing site in the city of Pleven (North Central Bulgaria). Its adaptable size makes possible a flexible planning process and better quality control to ensure outstanding final product.
During the new season, there are three key words in fashion – motion, mysticism,
Markam who won The Golden Needle award of the Academy for fashion gets inspiration from them for their new collection autumn-winter 2009-2010. The designers’ advices: colours of the summer continue their victorious dictates and tint clothes in turquoise and lilac. High waist trousers and short jackets make their comeback. Knee length coats are a main character in autumn-winter fashion and balloon cut is more fashionable than ever. Autumn will really be dynamic, mystic and passionate.
Fashion science are often regarded as two fields on opposite poles. The first has a volatile, superficial reputation. The second is believed to be very serious and more often than not, boring. Their pairing however gave life to products worthy of science fiction, products that emit lights, kill germs, store heat and restore it to the body when temperature drops, measure your blood pressure, temperature and water levels in your body. For several years, fashion designers and producers have been working together on technological novelties in clothing, which no longer has no merely keep you warm, but also has to provide functions worthy of smart gadgets.