Friday May 20, 2016

This seasons Marni SS16 collection stays true to the fun and youthfulness of the Marni man while bringing classic tailoring together in order to create a colourful well balanced collection. Two-toned tailored t-shirts , boxy button-ups and artistic floral prints is what makes this season a must-have collection. Available online and in-store.


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Thom Browne Exclusive Runway Piece Now at Roden Gray

Friday May 20, 2016


For this seasons Thom Browne runway ss16 collection we were taken east towards Japan where Thom Browne found inspiration in the folklore stories of traditional Japanese culture brought into present day. This season Roden Gray carries a very exclusive runway suit featuring a hand appliquéd tiger. Made in Japan the classic Thom Browne signature suit gets an upgrade with a unique one of a kind design that is sure to be remembered by all. 


New Arrivals | Engineered Garments Spring Summer 2016

Wednesday May 18, 2016


Designer Daiki Suzuki's minimal, non-Western cuts and shapes approach since the mid-'90s has not changed one bit. The Spring collection uses materials that are not only created from scratch but also laundered and hung to dry, giving the finished product a signature crumpled effect. Favoured for its workwear look, you'll also find a couple navy dolphin camo print and beachy bucket hats this season. 

New Arrivals | Adieu Paris

Tuesday May 10, 2016


The new age Saint Laurent and Lanvin meets the British subculture of the 1960s and 70s, their distinctive silhouettes - heavy-soled brothel creepers that have become a signature, with unrivalled technical expertise and a luxurious finish. Featured in the photo is the Type 58, and is available online and in-store

Feature | Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 2016

Tuesday May 03, 2016


In an industry where a few global players are trying to orchestrate the luxury market with world wide must-haves, pre-collections, and also new players that don't-even-give-a-damn about the fashion schedule, this fashion designer from Antwerp stands out as one of the last able to stay consistent in his signature and his own way of portraying his vision through his designs, or in other words - organic trade in certain extents. Dries van Noten remains, as one of the few authentic and financially independent as the only owner of his brand. Above all, the collection speaks for itself so you should really come check it out in-store, as it's sold exclusively there.