Style/Fashion

THE LATEST TRENDS IN FASHION

Spring and Summer TRENDS for MEN 2017...

Think bigger and better this season. Elongated silhouettes, oversized Cuban cut t-shirts and wide leg trousers. Made for maximum impact, Raf Simons, Givenchy and Haider Ackermann pave the way for Balmain, Off White and Marcelo Burlon.


It’s no secret that fashion has fallen in love with streetwear, designer’s taking typically mainstream clothing and accessories and putting their own stamp on them. This trend is all about less effort, more attitude and earning serious street cred.

If it’s not broke don’t break it. Military featured at the center of several designer’s Fall/Winter collections, and isn’t going anywhere for Spring/Summer. Opt for lightweight jackets finished with polished buttons, perfectly worn parkas and camo print everything


New TRENDS in WOMEN'S WEAR!
Flower power still rules the runways. Marni, Rochas and Antonio Marras served up an array of arrangements from precise realistic prints to abstract variations. Embrace the romance of spring with a blossoming new wardrobe.


Designers looked to the street for the SS17 collections. A mash-up of denim, track suits and graphic tees made their way down the catwalk for an literal take on high street fashion. Go for Gucci, Vetements and Off White for a curated aesthetic with a whole lot of cool.





Check out the 2014 T-Shirt line Nigo has collaborated on for Uniqlo's upcoming Spring/Summer Line!

The Bape creator pulled out a bunch of iconic images and brands from pop culture history. Retro looking shirts with logos from Coke, Wizard of Oz, Star Wards, Hello Kitty, Ghostbusters, Disney, The Simpsons and more were brought to the forthcoming collection. We’ll get back to you with a release date asap.










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Models walk the catwalk during the Astrid Anderson MAN show at London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012 at the Royal Opera House on February 22, 2012 in London, England.

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