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Is it possible that Vetements is taking fashion seriously at last? May Demna’s exit be the beginning of more mature collections and less shrill ones?
There is no doubt in this complex fashion industry that Kim Jones is its undisputed pharaoh, the absolute reference for a generation.
We were missing these kinda beats from Pucho. “Yelo” is freezing our heart and leaving a deeper message than you can expect.
Magliano became one of our must watch designers and his savoir-faire is being well acknowledge by fashionistas and the industry connoisseurs.
When it comes to giving a new vision about the classics there’s a very thin line between genius and disaster. Fendi did it, and did it pretty damn well.
Sunnei is back to loving fashion and they proved they have strong arguments to be loved back by fashion.
Music and arts communities has been always part of adidas Superstar’s DNA and history.
Andre Rosso’s MYAR is giving military pieces a second life. Vintage seems to have a decisive part on fashion’s future. Reuse and reduce.
Barragán has arrived to redefine fashion in his own terms, bringing his well-defined personality to the main stage and making everyone love it.
After the bombing of Stüssy with Dior, and without time to assimilate it, now Shawn’s disciples reveal their latest collaboration with Dr Martens.
After six years of hard work and proven exquisite taste, the Dutch eyewear company is living their sweetest days and they’ve decided to celebrate it opening their first South European store in Madrid.
Few days ago we talked about the rise of vintage football kits and today we’re back with the official confirmation.
Meme-like piece from American retailer has went viral over the last few days thanks to a post on Nicholar Geller’s IG where the impossibility to carry was proven.
In an effort to make fashion a more sustainable industry, Les Vêtements de Football has a strong bet on vintage clothes and reused garments as the only way to avoid a massive production.
Kim Jones is the man who has changed fashion forever. Not only for his spectacular designs, but for his contribution to the globalization of fashion.
After the brutal success of their first iteration, ASICS and Berlin-based GmbH are back with a new range of colorways.
Víctor Barragán is no longer an emerging talent. His clairvoyance of what he wants to bring to the industry has lift him to the “New Icon” category.
Matthew M Williams joins KM20 to celebrate his anniversary with a capsule collection filled with urban vibes and skateboard inspiration.
Black can be applied to both extremes of the human mood. APJP knows it and has proved it in their last drop where denim is the protagonist.
Probably one of the most charismatic artists in Hollywood, Will Smith is launching his second collection of his Bel-Air Athletics apparel line.
Belgian designer and British band has been together for a long time now.