Not so long time ago I've received these absolutely amazing images from the latest LINK Magazine editorial entitled 'Going to the woods, is going home'. Stylist Juan Velazquez shows us this spring 2015 clothing must-haves for those men who love wearing modern and very individual staples. So, what's so special about this year menswear essentials? First of all it's a fresh sophistication that includes dark hue clothes combined with pretty and bright colored details and accessories.
I'd like to share with you awesome news from Dutch brand called Chasin, as I've got new shots from its new store situated in Berlin. You are going to see its Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season clothes. The new season comes with great combinations of denim, sportswear and youth culture details. These clothes are made for those individuals who want to look original, rocking and sophisticated. What I love about these staples, then it's the timeless craftsmanship that is combined with modern innovations. I love the way Jan Peters (creative director) new techniques and great details with limited edition fabrics. I personally felt in love with new season's outerwear designs, like puffers, down-jackets, biker jackets and university cover-ups. If you want yourself comfortable, yet sportswear influenced garments then you should try on these creations.
Creative director of Coach, Stuart Vevers presents new Fall-Winter 2015-2016 ready to wear collection of menswear essentials which are inspired by designer's youth and American films starring Keanu Reeves and Mickey Rourke. You are going to find here amazing and luxe outerwear designs, including shearling, leather, aviator styles, varsity jackets, field jackets, duffle coats, camouflage parkas, Perfectos, M65, khaki bombers, orange brown colored bulky cover-ups and many other standout pieces. I personally love the details, which include creative pockets, inside-out collars, camo print, furry tongues of sneakers and sturdy materials. Everything looks properly robust and ready to be worn for a long period of time. I think every single outfit identifies the way people dress today- urban sophisticated and very creative.
That's a bulky leather coat embellished and trimmed with shearling detailing. It's worn atop leather black jacket and paired with tailored, pleated trousers styled with camo sneakers.
Christopher Kane welcomes into his Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 world of edgy, sophisticated and geometric print preppy menswear outfits. We see strong colors, amazing details, cubic patterns, chevrons, as well as broke-up geometrics. I love the way Kane manages to combine simple staples with elegant prints and dressy details offering us contemporary proportions. We see lots of visual tricks, including vibrant colors and geometric print designs. I personally felt in love with Kane's pleated pants, suits and biker jackets. Speaking of accessories, then we see here graphic leather gloves, scarves and backpacks. All in all, Fall-Winter comes with very clean and linear garments with both classic and modern touches.
We see traditional classy navy coat worn atop the same colored pullover in broken geometries print. Finish the look by adding ankle jacquard ankle trousers and matte leather flat shoes.
Bellfield Men’s Spring-Sumer 2015 season is focused on warm summer days. The capsule collection is called ‘Waihiki Surf.’ The following looks include awesome Hawaiian shirts in tropical and floral prints, vintage separates, washed print boardshorts in pastel hues, lightening print tees, zipper hoodies and skater back vests. The silhouette is sporty and very functional. You are going to see waterproof staples, technical and workwear details and my favorite rockabilly motivs. Anyway, let's have a closer look at these summer layering pieces.
We see two male models and one female walking down the street. I love one guy's outfit, which features a raincoat worn atop washed color blocking cable knit sweater.
You are going to see bespoke suits and coats in the latest Kilgour Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 menswear collection. Fashion designer Carlo Brandelli modernizes Savile Row house, by offering its clients impressive and masculine men's tailored looks. We see clasic ready to wear and sportswear details. What impressed me in this lookbook, then it's the passion of Brandelli, which is felt in creation of bespoke contemporary looks. So, the modern touches are felt everywhere, starting from jackets to outerwear. The suit jacket features decorative peak, delicately broadened seams, V chest shape and overlaid notch. Flannel is the primal material of the fall collection. All in all, we see a great collection of very special men's suit clothing.
That's a modern look suit, which features a future-look suit jacket. You can try it on at work and parties.
Hello everyone and please welcome Tom Ford Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection of menswear staples. The next fall comes with 1960's inspired narrow silhouettes with cool white shirts and black ties. Shaggy haired male models appear in roomy jackets, black-and-white patterned slightly sack shape jackets, suits were covered by shearling layers, including rugged shearling parkas and denim jackets. Here are shown lots of casual styles, including selvage denim jeans, leather cover-ups and knits. Speaking of evening separates, then we see clean and modern velvet jackets, suits with sneakers and many other eye-catcing separates. My personal favorites from the lookbook are crombie coats, duffel cover-ups and tuxedos. I love the way he manages to combine sports with suits. All in all, we see fresh wardrobe staples for young urban guys.
This time I want to brint to your attention this awesome, relaxed, yet preppy Opening Ceremony menswear collection for the next Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season. Humberto Leon and Carol Lim behind the brand were inspired by retro photography (like those 35-millimeter photographs), namely Kodak company. We see BMX and skate culture collage photographs prints, oversize knits, bulky pullovers, loose-fit pants, cool trainers and other statement staples. I personally see tailored urban looks which are great for showing off in the streets of big cities. There is a certain utilitarian spirit that makes these clothes look edgy, yet terrific. I love the way OP looks forward to the outdoor sports as inspiration, taking extreme sports in a sophisticated tailored direction. My favorites are Kodak print pullovers, striped tops, simple black pants with elasticized hems. All in all, Opening Ceremony brings easy and relaxed men's 2015-2016 street outfits.
We see a camel colored coat worn atop Kodak printed top and paired with camel pants and stunning yellow beige flat shoes.
It's time for me to share with you an awesome pre-Fall 2015 collection of men's transitional looks made by Givenchy. Riccardo Tisci offers smart color-blocking outerwear, great suits made of luxurious materials (suede, light wool), which are both ideal for warm and cold weather wear. Men's pre-season is full of modern cuts and edgy undertones with black, camel, dark beige, white and pops of pretty patterns. Male models Andres Velencoso Segura and Filip Hrivnak appear in brand's signature sleek separates, tailored basics and easy layering pieces. My personal favorites from the lookbook are cover-ups, including duffle coat, double-breasted styles and dark navy design with biker style sleeves. The Italian designer keeps it modern, but very classy.
Camel coat with black patch detail looks awesome worn atop black shirt and pleated pants paired with glossy black shoes.
Superior Belief was founded back in 2011. Label's vision is to provide men with latest street fashion garments at street prices. All their garments are inspired by high end fashion with a love for street culture. Every piece looks unique and fearless. The latest collection comes with monochrome and minimal sportswear looks. We see a great range of urban products that are both unique and original. The key pieces include satin bomber, 3/4 sleeve hockey jerseys, cool tees and hoodies.
Black long-sleeve tee looks awesome with brand's name on sleeves. Try it on with your favorite track pants.