SIKI IM Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

SIKI IM unveiled its spring 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s. We’re used to seeing monochromes from the Korean brand, but this latest collection proves that they are moving away from that by focusing on attention-grabbing prints and...

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O. Ballou Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

O. Ballou have unveiled their latest collection for spring/summer 2016. We’ve become accustomed to seeing a lot of cashmere items from the brand, but this year they’re surprising us with a greater focus on linen. The heritage –inspired pieces are...

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Tracksmith George Dole Collection

Tracksmith has launched a limited edition collection that celebrates the life and career of Ivy League track runner George Dole. The Tracksmith diagonal is inspired by the Cornell teams of the late 1800s, fitting for this vintage-inspired range. The items...

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Carlos Campos Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Carlos Campos showcased his latest collection at New York Fashion Week.  The collection was inspired by the ‘forestero’ or mysterious outsider. The forestero is a common theme in Latin American literature and culture. Having grown up in Honduras, the designer...

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GARCIAVELEZ Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

GARCIAVELEZ showcased his newest collection for spring/summer 2016 at New York Fashion Week.  We’re seeing a lot of blues from the brand that aims to appeal to men living the fast paced modern life. GARCIAVELEZ items are designed to be comfortable...

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Opening Ceremony Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Opening Ceremony has unveiled its latest collection for next spring. The collection includes some tongue-in-cheek items that aim to make a statement, 80s inspired patterns, and some renditions of more practical looks. Open Ceremony has also included the questionable sock...

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