Brunello Cuincelli 2020 Spring Summer Men’s Collection represents a modern standard for dressing well, in which style and comfort are perfectly balanced.
For the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2020 collection, men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh lionises the instinctive, the habitual and the natural.
Utopias have the power to shape what is not there, and are charged with the urge to make it happen. The elsewhere is made possible.
Denim jackets, shorts and shirts are laser-treated as if light is reflected on water, a ripple effect that’s like a new MSGM tie-dye. Meanwhile, wide bands of tie-dye decorate denim jackets and shorts that’s otherwise fully bleached…
Giorgio Armani captures its spirit, proposing a new wardrobe in which everything blends together with spontaneity and elegance.
Continuation, evolution, refinement. For the Pre Spring 2020, Creative Director Daniel Lee continues to define the reality of a wardrobe for contemporary life.
For the launch of the Fall 2019 ready-to-wear collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Dioriviera collection has expanded to include summery, graphic pieces inspired by costumes from the Ballets Russes.
‘It started after meeting Mick Jagger for his upcoming tour, he showed me his wardrobe and I was particularly attracted by the details, the colors, the attitude.’ Anthony Vaccarello
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