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Craig Green’s anatomy for SS20

Craig Green doesn’t change the skin, he morphs it. He evolves with such determination that his identity is well recognisable when his designs appear on the catwalk or are shown in a windowshop.

Feng Chen Wang >>>>> Asian influence #LFW SS20

Feng Chen Wang has decided on the cultural influence of her two great referents, China and the United Kingdom, the origin and end of an emerging designer.

Xander Zhou SS20

It is undeniable that Xander Zhou is at the forefront of the new wave of young Chinese designers who are completely modifying male aesthetics.

C2H4 and the Posthuman Era formula

C2H4, techwear and a bold utilitarian aesthetics is the flag this shanghainese designers have chosen to wave. In love with hip-hop culture and Western-American style.

A COLD WALL* SS20 | Material Sudy for social architecture

The collection, called ‘Material Study for social architecture’, builds a relationship between four essential compounds: clay, lead, water and glass.

Astrid Andersen, vision of the future | SS20

Astrid Andersen continues to participate in the evolution of sportswear, improving sweatpants and shorts with bold prints and a construction with a clear vision of the future.

Kiko Kostadinov Men’s Spring 2020 = Kentucky Derby

Inspired by the Kentucky Derby, Bulgarian designer Kiko Kostadinov’s spring collection is much lighter and more colorful than the previous one.

A.W.A.K.E. FW19 risks with a collection divided in three very different parts to each other

A.W.A.K.E.’s collection, a narrative structure in three acts, condenses an almost irreconcilable aesthetic united only by a minimalist and polished style.

Ashley Williams FW19, and a collaboration with Jimmy Choo

The Ashley Williams fashion show during London Fashion Week was highlighted by the striking patterns of its new collection.

JW Anderson is inspired by the fashion of the early 20th century #LFW

Jonathan Anderson creative director of the spanish firm Loewe, yesterday paraded on the catwalk in London with his brand of the same name, JW Anderson.

Burberry FW19 >>> Britishness with Tisci essence

The Italian designer presented his second collection at the London Fashion Week, after having presented his debut for Burberry last season.

Kiko Kostadinov FW19 >>> Scy-fy with retrofuturist codes

Kiko Kostadinov’s collection for women is a game of complexity, contrast, dystopia and neoculture.

What can we expect from fashion weeks…

The fashion weeks that are being developed will be characterized by having suffered a temporary lapse with respect to last winter; it is not expected that something very big and groundbreaking.

Feng Chen Wang FW19 >>> Excess conceptualization

Feng Chen Wang has moved her catwalk to London after performing in New York for the last few seasons.

A Cold Wall* FW19 >>> A conceptual collage

A Cold Wall* presented its FW19 collection in an industrial, black setting in one of the city’s most underground neighborhoods, Brick Lane.

Studio Alch AW19 | Utilitarianism and functionality

Studio Alch presented at the LFW its new collection FW18. A proposal of continuity in which utilitarianism and sportswear are the center of attention.

Astrid Andersen FW19 > A different Astrid

Danish designer Astrid Andersen presented her proposal FW19. A collection that is very different from what we were used to.

Cottweiler Menswear FW 2019

Athletic aesthetics and sportswear are the cornerstones of Cottweiler’s autumn-winter season.

Kiko Kostadinov FW19 | Stephen Mann, Japanese Kamo and a Tribute

The young designer Kiko Kostadinov, one of LFW’s most eagerly awaited, has appeared. And as expected, he hasn’t let us down.

Wood Wood Fall 2019 | A boring and undifferentiated proposal

The Danish brand Wood Wood presents us its Fall 2019 in the framework of the London Fashion Week. Clear inspiration: the mountain.

Bobby Abley FW19 | A Pokémon hunting ground

Bobby Abley transformed the runway into a Pokémon hunting ground. Bobby Abley loves nothing more than working with cartoon characters and pop culture.