If I was a buyer at Man Paris, I would order…
Here is an interesting thing EditD made. They compiled the colors of every single outfit during the different two different Fashion weeks (London and New York) and summed up everything.
Here is how they made this.
Here is what Who’s next & Première Classe Facebook page says:
“For more than 20 years, WHO’S NEXT & PREMIERE CLASSE have aimed at defending creation.
From young designers to well-established brands, from urban labels to craftsmen, our teams have always put forward the products’ beauty and know-how, no matter the background and origin.
This quest for novelty, innovation and aestheticism, without forgetting the human and business dimension probably helped our events gain international recognition.
At a time when standardization and globalization are everywhere, we’re doing our best to answer the questions, doubts, needs and hopes of the fashion actors.
Organizers of 10 trade shows a year, taking part in renowned events abroad, we use our energy, availability, expertise and experience to help ready-to-wear and accessory brands develop.”
This tradeshow is mainly targeted at a French audience (68% of visitors) but I thought it would be interesting to know what they have to offer. The last one took place in late January and the next one will be held in March. The fair is broken down into five categories:
I decided to focus on the last one for this time, I went through their entire exhibitors list, here is what I discovered.
Click on the name of the brand.
via Matières à Reflexion
via Mon Petit Plus
So it’s that time of the year when GQ announces who the 2012 best menswear designers in the USA are. The lucky winners will create a limited edition collection for the Gap, which is a great thing for the apparel retailer but also for the designers who will benefit from a lot more coverage. Indeed, the oldest brand was founded in 2008 and the youngest, in 2011.
Even if I’m a female, I’ve always been interested in menswear (except this). Let’s take a look at great pieces from each of their collection.
Chick Magnet (!!!) Loafers
As you can see above, Tranoï is a tradeshow which takes palce four times a year during Paris Fashion Week, for men and women clothes and accessories.
Here is a selection of brands I find interesting. Tell me what you think!
Elise Kim, The Netherlands
Avelon, The Netherlands
Werkstatt Muenchen, Germany
National Standard, France
Brooklyn We Go Hard, France
I think we all have materialistic fantasies (no, you’re not above the masses).
As far as I’m concerned, shoes are a great part of them.
Check this selection out and tell me what your fantasy shoe closet looks like.
Click on the pictures to access the websites.
Finsk (because I really want to know what it feels like in them!)