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Li-Ning SS20: Made in China is not what it used to be

Li-Ning’s founder – Mr Li-Ning – background as an Olympic athlete gives sense to the beginnings as a sportswear brand. #mustread

Casablanca’s idyllic SS20 vacations

Retro vibes, beautiful in-house painted prints, tropical colors, knitwear tracksuits, spread-collar shirts opened past the chest, denim, silk, and above all, a sense of delicacy.

GmbH SS20 | Unconventional refining

The new GmbH proposal for Spring/Summer 2020 has made clear the taste of Serhat Isik and Benjamin Alexander Huseby for refinement far from any established conventionalism.

A trip to Dior’s pink desert in SS20

When fashion meets art, industrial design and the brightest minds in each field, magic happens.


Afterhomework SS20 | An immaculate collection

There it is. One of our favorite brands, Afterhomework, has just presented its SS20 men’s collection. Pierre Kaczmarek, the brand’s creative director, and Elena Mottola, stylist and art director, have again presented an impeccable collection.

Issey Miyake SS20 >>> Colors in the open air

Once again, Issey Miyake demonstrates the Japanese essence and polish of his designs at Paris Fashion Week.

Raf Simons SS20 radioactive camp

Raf Simons shows a film centred on a radical summer camp, where the boy scouts talk in an extensive conversation about Trump’s anti-America.

Virgil owns Louis Vuitton for SS20

Virgil Abloh is well known for breaking the industry from inside. Not only the streetwear industry, but the luxury fashion industry too.

UNDERCOVER SS20 >>> Tailoring and vampires

The Japanese firm UNDERCOVER has left the Paris Fashion Week public speechless with a collection that surrenders to total black and says goodbye to the urban aesthetics we assumed in its new collection.

JW Anderson: From suits to knits in SS20

JW Anderson proves every season his ability to adapt and evolve his imagination with edgy pieces and wonderful reinventions of classic clothes like suits or trench coats.

Acne Studios SS20| Architecture, culture and design

Jonny Johansson has connected in his collection for Acne Studios SS 2020 the harmony of architecture, contemporary culture and design.

Off-White SS20 >>> Nike, Futura and street

The SS20 Off-White collection has included the latest work with Nike and the long-awaited collaboration with Futura that was announced a few days ago by Instagram.

Heron Preston >>> Mens-Women SS 2020 #PFW

Heron Preston, from California to Paris. The American designer shows his new suburban essence collection for the next Spring/ Summer 2020 season in the French capital.

Palomo Spain >>> Pompeii SS 2020 #PFW

International fashion yields to the feet of Palomo Spain because his perspective has changed the rules of men’s fashion, without fear and with a solid step.

Comme des Garçons FW19 >>> The aesthetics of terror

The fashion show, called ” The Gathering of Shadows”, was a display of Comme des Garçons most identitarian aesthetics.

Louis Vuttion and its time machine in Paris #FW19

Yesterday, the Louvre Museum was transformed into the Pompidou art and culture centre, to house the new Louis Vuitton collection for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season.

Givenchy FW19 >>> A walk in the Garden of Eden

Clare Waight Keller’s latest collection for the French house, Givenchy, is inspired by a winter walk through the Garden of Eden.

Unravel Project rebuilds garments and creates fashion at #PFW

Unravel Project sets itself apart from conventionality and reconstructs its designs from the confection and union of different garments.

Balenciaga FW19 modernizes Parisian style

Balenciaga is committed to a new approach to Parisian society: “it’s my way of modernising the Parisian style”.

Rick Owens FW19 >>> Prosthesis, 70s and Kiss aesthetics

No one could expect Rick Owens’ new show to be normal and discreet. So this one wasn’t either. As you know, Rick Owens is not a designer that you have to understand perfectly to appreciate and celebrate.

Off-White places its pieces on the chessboard and prepares for checkmate

A runway with yellow and black squares hosted Virgil Abloh’s new FASHION exhibition for women.