I love Shaun Samson‘s oversized long tunics from his AW 2011-12 collection (via trendland.com). Minimal and very wearable.
German designer Dirk Schoenberger, creative director of adidas SLVR, came up with simplistic yet innovative designs for its autumn/winter 2011 collection. Combining tailored and sport-inspired pieces for both men and women, the collection is smart and modern with a futuristic appeal, consisting of crisp white shirts, tailored jackets and trousers, puffer jackets and more. Check the rest of the looks at adidas.com/slvr/uk
Images screen grabbed from adidas.com/slvr/uk
Following my post on Kris Van Assche’s A/W 2011 collection for Dior Homme. The designer collaborated with photographer Willy Vanderperre in creating a fantastically creepy, yet stylish film titled ‘The Wanderer’, which is accompanied by images that are similarly creepy and stylish.
More images @ malemodelscene.net
My fascination with men in skirt continues. For J.W. Anderson‘s autumn/winter 2011 collection, men walks in pleated maxi skirts and wide pleated culottes without looking too feminine.
The collection also consist of cut-out sweaters worn as skirts layered over the trousers.
Images via londonfashionweek.co.uk
I recently found Joao Pimenta’s work on Not Just A Label and was excited by his winter collection. A feminine menswear collection, which has obvious references to the traditional religious habit worn by nuns. It includes pinafore dresses, lace tops and pleated maxi skirts in sombre tones.
All images were grabbed from NJAL
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These head pieces by Christian Dada are pretty exciting, which I, weirdly, associated with Pinhead (from the movie ‘Hellraiser’). They’re part of the Japanese brand’s A/W 2011 collection. Click HERE to see the rest of the collection. Both images were grabbed from jfw.jp