London Fashion Week Men

London Fashion Week

London fashion week drew to a close yesterday with a whole day devoted exclusively to menswear. A handful of catwalk shows and a couple of presentations showcased a lucky 13 designers in a long-overdue acknowledgment of the city’s huge reservoir of talent in the men’s fashion arena. There were three distinct strands: the showy, the sporty, and the (relatively) classic. They often mingled, as in Tim Soar’s zipper-trimmed bird’s eye suit, or Alister Mackie’s fabulous outerwear for Topman, or Martine Rose’s shirts with their subtle mix of cloth and texture. Calvin Klein‘s Italo Zucchelli, in town on a research trip, was very taken with her, and with Christopher Shannon’s high-functioning combination of nylon and poplin.


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Dark Fashion Week, Tweet stats

Have you heard that Black is the new Black? That’s what CITY Fashion Director Julie Ragolia is reporting from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week at Bryant Park and the shows that are going on at different locations throughout the New York. “Men’s collections embrace the standard, but bring new twists to the old theme,” says Ragolia. And still to come before the catwalks collapse on Feb. 20, Oumlil and Trovata will showcase menswear, which will most likely take on the same somber tones of G-Star, and Diesel who showed earlier this week.
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More than one in ten (11%) online adults in the US say they have used Twitter – or a similar service – to share updates about themselves or view updates about others, and those who use Twitter have a greater affinity for mobile devices, according to new research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
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