Simply stated, DKNY is the energy and spirit of New York. International, eclectic, fun, fast and real. DKNY addresses the real-life needs of people everywhere, from work to weekend, jeans to evening.
Francisco Lachowski hangs out with some friends after school in this youthful Tom Tailor Campaign
United Visual Artists created a light installation for Y-3’s Fall 2010 show as part of New York Fashion Week. A white monolith of light created a void out of which the models emerged.
T.I FOR MEN has a style that is contemporary and traditional at the same time and Francisco looks great in any T.I design.
“Etro” is synonymous of style. It is a lifestyle based upon quality and sophistication, not only in terms of design, but also regarding materials and production techniques.
Last month Tommy Hilfiger told the New York Times that he wanted his style back. I can’t say I blame him. Over the years Hilfiger’s brand has lost a lot of the initial style that made it great and shot the designer to international stardom.
ISSEY MIYAKE INC.’s basic philosophy is the continuing focus on both the importance of imagination and the development of new technology in which to make clothing.
Brazilian clothing brand, 2nd Floor goes for a dreamy Fall Winter campaign in the great outdoors featuring some of the brightest young modeling stars of their homeland.
New York: Phillip Lim showed his first collection for men on a runway built of construction beams and concrete, hinting at the urban influence of the clothes.
Here is a look at the fall/winter 2010 collection from Generra, which is the line that Swaim Hutson, formerly of Obedient Sons,has teamed up with.