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This was a quintessential summer-into-winter lineup filled with countless variations of Campos' love for outerwear—elongated topcoats, varsity jackets, safari jackets and flowy lab coats. Here is another collection that seemed to dazzle in its ability to maintain balance between trendy options and inspired yet consistently wearable wardrobe essentials.
Inspired by the homeless youth of America, and their extreme modes of survival during the winter months, Japanese designer Daisuke Obana sent out a rather jarring range of off-kilter options onto his fall-winter runway. Complete with puffer jackets, sweaters sometimes worn as scarves and even a blanket or two, this unlikely and somewhat controversial inspiration fueled a collection that was hands-down one of this season's best examples of layering—and Obana's oversized coats and cropped trousers only perfected the look.
Honestly, I hate to love it, but I really, really do. A photo posted by Daniel Pham danielxph on Feb 3, at 4: Todd Snyder knows exactly what we want—and he was certainly not afraid to flaunt it all over his fall-winter runway. Inspired by collegiate life before the Web, his latest collection exhibited the perfect balance between making runway moments and being retail ready—a commitment to his customers that resulted in countless variations of this season's top trends.
With corduroy suits, inside-out military shearling, toggle coats, washed plaid shirts, retro sweaters and a Champion-collaborated burgundy varsity tracksuit, this season was vintage, it was varsity, it was military and prep.
Seriously, there's never been a collection with this much game, and with only 37 looks. Fletcher also mentored Antonio Banderas when the actor was studying fashion design at Saint Martins.
He also consulted on J. Fletcher is currently stocked in 16 stores and works with his sales team from Awaykin. But I want to make sure that those stores that have supported me from the beginning are prioritized. Cash flow is the biggest challenge for me as well as running the business, so to have some support on that would help me to take the brand to the next level.
Fletcher will be launching with Ssense — his first online-only stockist — in January and he has started working with a few more stores in Tokyo such as Opening Ceremony, Beams International Gallery and Urban Research.
He said he wants to develop his e-commerce business next year. Launched in by childhood friends Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian Jensen, the Copenhagen-based brand is known for its streetwear aesthetic. Olsen describes the Wood Wood man as a person with a mind of his own who has a cultural consciousness and is interested in street culture.
The designers both attended the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and launched their label after Olsen, who studied spatial design, graduated in Jensen studied visual communication and graduated in Prices range from 35 pounds for a cap to pounds for a leather jacket.
The most significant artworks are the patchwork story along the youth-addressed placement: After Europeans gave it their own relaxed spin, a new breed of loafer—the driving shoe—was born, which, despite its name, is not only meant to be worn while you are behind the wheel. So what made the loafer such a success story? Probably comfort, in the first place. The slip-on style is easy to put on and take off, unlike Oxfords for example, but it is just as dapper and professional looking.
We found nine elegant loafers that will complement your autumnal style—whether you need a pair to wear to official functions or during weekend getaways. The impeccable craftsmanship that goes into producing a pair is visible in the details: The shoe is constructed in reverse, meaning the upper and leather lining are stitched onto the sole and then the shoe is unfolded on itself.
For the ultimate Italian peninsula-inspired look, wear them without socks. For Italian designer Gianvito Rossi, shoemaking is a family affair. Fast forward 12 years, and the youngest Rossi is on top of the fashion world. His approach to fashion is simple: This loafer crafted in Italy from rich suede in a dark olive shade delivers everything Rossi is known for. The slip-on style has a classic almond toe, a padded insole, a leather sole, and a covered block heel.
You can dress them up by styling them with a suit or wear them during the weekend with a pair of slacks. Naturally, he has designed the shoes to match his risqué aesthetic.
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