With 2013 coming to a close, Japanese fashion house Curators has released a look at its upcoming selection for the Spring/Summer 2014 season. Encompassing a theme of “Explorers,” the collection’s design concept hails from the idea of adventure and exploration within the city streets, and works off an earthy color palette of greens, browns and navy blues with sleek and structured silhouettes. Check out the collection here and head to EyeScream for more.
For London-based designer Marcin Podsiadlo, fashion is both a form of self-expression and a necessary piece of our everyday world. As a result, the 20-something-year-old enjoys blending various fabrics with luxe sportswear to create something that is both excitingly new and totally functional for its wearer. Podsiadlo’s latest range – “Hold Me Tight” – draws inspiration from Martin Bell’s 1984 documentary Streetwise as well as the work from environmental artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude. It has been said that the main concept behind this collection is an attempt to show the lightness of air and the freedom that comes with it. Additionally, a few pieces feature prints made in collaboration with Polish artist Pawel Eibel.
After dropping the Soundgarden-assisted “Black Hole Sun” video lookbook earlier this year, German label SOPOPULAR presents its corresponding set of photography to highlight its forthcoming Spring/Summer 2014 range. Featuring everything from biker-esque suede jackets to geometric-patterned track ensembles, slim suiting and more, the Berlin-based imprint looks to further its own unique brand of contemporary street-inspired menswear. Look for SOPOPULAR’s latest spring/summer range to soon be available via its own online store.
It may be early December, but Japanese imprint Kenzo has released a early preview of their Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. The Pierpaola Ferrari-shot work finds actress Devon Aoki and model Paul Boche decked out in flowing, abstract wave-print outfits.
Yeah, there’s also a huge fish.
Go to Kenzo’s website to check out all the wild things the label gets into.
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Whereas last year’s Greater China Press/Media Event was at a nondescript bar lounge in Shanghai, CONVERSE planned a gala-style venue this time around for its Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Preview. Situated within Beijing’s Inter Art Center/Gallery, the invitation-only event marked the debut of key 2014 products from CONVERSE, for both worldwide and China Domestic Market. Arranged so all of its popular styles get much of the attention, CONVERSE also offered DIY booth for visitors to construct their own CONVERSE. In addition to the usual cadre of media personalities, members of China’s indie punk band ReTros swung by to experience the presentation in person. Meanwhile, Denise Ho, the Hong Kong pop songstress, dropped in for a visit and see the newest offerings from one of her favorite brands.
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Plaid fans, print followers, and staple enthusiasts, you can all rejoice when you see this latest Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Lookbook from Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers. Prepared to dress you from head to toe in classy designs and sturdy, colorful fabrics, this BB sub-brand has really come into its own since its founding in 2008 as the younger, more hip – er – brother. As usual, the Lookbook presents a mix of fine tailoring and high-brow casualwear put together with plenty of patterns, prints, and colorways that are warm-weather friendly, all courtesy of Thom Browne. Continue after the click to see the full line-up and be on the look out for these to hit the stores in the months to come. If you want some Black Fleece pieces now, see what’s available in their Fall/Winter 2013 Collection here.
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Milan-based polymath Marcelo Burlon presents a look at his forthcoming Spring/Summer 2014 collection by way of a brand new lookbook and stylish video. Marked by the Italian designer’s signature audacious and intricate motifs, the new range sees Burlon’s graphic tees joined by lightweight outerwear, shorts, bags and more. Marcelo Burlon’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection will be available at select stockists in the months ahead. In the meantime, be sure to check out the lookbook’s accompanying video.
Launched at a small event at London’s Pertwee, Anderson & Gold gallery this week, Roundel is the latest foray into fashion from Andrew Bunney and Italy’s Slam Jam. The brand celebrates the London Underground, in everything from it’s name (a roundel is the identifiable disc-like insignia used as the underground’s logo), to the graphics and textual motifs of tube maps and quotations from British politicians and activists. Shot in a derelict tube station, Roundel’s debut lookbook captures the heart of young London while simultaneously paying tribute to its past. Stay tuned for the collection to drop at Dover Street Market locations in London, Tokyo and New York next month.
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Stylist and photographer Takashi Kumagai has once again fused together vintage European and American sensibilities with his own Japanese roots, this time for the Naissance Spring/Summer 2014 Collection. Having built on early success with the label, we continue to see the aesthetic evolve and develop with each season, with the color palette and fabrication adding to the already strong overall vibe. He’s making it really easy for you to look good, people.
For many years, Andrew Bunney and the crew over at Slam Jam in Italy have had an important role to play in the development and growth of streetwear in Europe. Since then, both entities have gone on to successfully make their mark on the industry. Having said that, a new project sees an intersection of both parties as they team up on a brand known as Roundel by London Underground. Inspired by London’s underground, an initial lookbook shows the pieces in their place of inspiration and in a very much raw aesthetic. Watch for the collection as it hits Dover Street Market locations in London, Tokyo and New York in the near future.