Dior Men’s Autumn-Winter 2020 Paris Fashion Week Collection

Today Dior presented their Men’s Autumn-Winter 2020 collection during Paris Fashion Week.

 

Louis Vuitton Presents the Men’s Fall-Winter 2020 Collection During Paris Fashion Week

Today Louis Vuitton presented the Men’s Fall-Winter 2020 Collection by Virgil Abloh in Paris during Paris Fashion Week.

 

Gucci Autumn Winter 2020, Milan Fashion Week Men’s

Today in Milan Alessandro Michele presents his latest collection for Gucci Autumn Winter 2020 at Milan Fashion Week Men’s

New York Fashion Week Friday Roundup

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On Friday, September 6th, SON JUNG WAN, CHRISTOPHER JOHN ROGERS, and BEVZA presented their Spring Summer 2020 runway collection at Spring Studios in New York City.

SON JUNG WAN

SON JUAN WAN’S retro meets glamour runway collection featured both womenswear and menswear with a vibrant color palette bringing spring to life on the runway. Vibrant colors such as neon mint, electric blue, yellow, and rose gold dominated the runway with layered iridescent fabrics, and embroidered dresses.

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CHRISTOPHER JOHN ROGERS

Baton Rouge–born, Brooklyn-based designer Christopher John Rogers presented his first-ever runway collection for New York Fashion Week.  The collection was a colorful and playful take on classic silhouettes.

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BEVZA

Ukrainian womenswear designer, founder, and ideologist of BEVZA,  Svitlana Bevza, presented her collection for her namesake label with her signature clean simple silhouettes.  BEVZA, who normally explores the idea of white colors’ superiority, which is the most essential element of the label, provided a collection with a neutral palette.

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Raun Larose: New York Fashion Week (Men’s) S/S18

 

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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Designer Raun LaRose credits his mother for his aspirations in becoming a designer. LaRose grew up watching his seamstress mother design high-end womenswear. Later, LaRose would take what he learned from his mother regarding fashion, fabrics, and designing and eventually enroll in FIT where he studied menswear. However, before enrolling in FIT, LaRose spent one year in the Art Institute of NYC studying womenswear.

Sponsored by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), La Rose debuted his first menswear collection during the Fall 2017 New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Yesterday, Larose’s Spring 2018 New York Fashion Week: Men’s collection entitled “System Down” continued to define his avarde garde designs. LaRose known for his futuristic designs brought back much of what we loved such as the wide leg pants, but also adding new elements by redefining silhouettes, adding prints, and tech fabrics.