UMAMIISM's SS21 Visuals Capture a Psychedelic Americana

UMAMIISM has drawn inspiration from Americana for its its Spring/Summer 2021 collection, offering an eclectic range of styles imbued with Western influences and hi-tech designs. This follows the label’s SS20 “City Romance” lineup which saw a dramatically different direction that was focused on oversized streetwear with a utilitarian edge; the newest collection is more refined, […]

Draping Elegance Permeates Maryam Nassir Zadeh's Debut Menswear Collection

Maryam Nassir Zadeh has crafted stylish sandals and apparel for New York’s downtown trendsetters for years, sold by tastemaking retailers and the brand’s own minimalist Nolita storefront. For the first time, however, it’s branching out into menswear, sacrificing none of its clean lines and covetable cuts while adapting its purview to a male clientele for […]

EVISU and EVISUKURO FW20 Is Steeped in Japanese Folklore

EVISU has delivered an expansive Fall/Winter 2020 lookbook, highlighting an eclectic collection inspired by Japanese folklore. The assemblage features pieces from both the label’s mainline and KURO line. Signature to EVISU, meticulously woven artisan embroidery appears throughout several pieces, joined by more functional goods like hi-tech outerwear. The collection takes cues from a Japanese deity […]

Pyer Moss Imagines Effortless Apparel to Accompany Reebok Experiment 4 "Fresco"

Though Pyer Moss is developing its own in-house footwear line, the label’s Reebok partnership continues stronger than ever, especially considering Pyer Moss founder Kerby Jean-Raymond‘s appointment as the Boston sportswear giant’s Vice President of Creative Direction. The duo’s latest effort includes another colorway of their Experiment 4 sneaker, dubbed “Fresco,” and a bevy of accompanying […]

Professor.E's FW20 Collection Experiments With Striking Silhouette Shifting

After introducing its women’s line with its Spring/Summer 2020 collection, Professor.E has returned for Fall/Winter 2020 with an experimentation in striking silhouette shifting. Under its dark avant-garde outlook, this season the Taiwanese label put together a vigorous presentation of velvet and lace that imploys a subtle feminine flair. Aside from a new addition to its […]

Brownstone's FW20 Collection Aims to Salvage the Year

Brownstone was formed in 2016 by brothers Warner and Waverly Warner to envelope and streamline their disparate tastes, which range from shoegaze and Stanley Kubrick to raw Japanese denim and retro Americana. Fall/Winter 2020, “Form/VOID,” collects these influences into a cohesive Los Angeles-made selection of readily wearble garments, toeing the line between luxury clothing and […]

Maison Margiela Pays Homage to Tango for Its SS21 Co-Ed Collection

Maison Margiela is going dancing. Taking timely inspiration from the renewed desire for interdependence and intimacy which follows periods of isolation, creative director John Galliano turns to tango for the Spring/Summer 2021 ‘Co-ed’ Collection. In the second and final installment of S.W.A.L.K. — a film project first launched for haute couture last year — Galliano […]

PHINGERIN SS21 Turns to Bright Pop Colors and Loose Deconstruction

PHINGERIN has just unveiled its Spring/Summer 2021 lookbook. Following its colorful FW20 lineup from back in March, the Japanese label is back with its latest assemblage, filled with equally bright pop colors and meticulous tailoring. Spanning garments like multi-colored polka-dot shorts, polo shirts, retro-inspired track jackets, thin linen lab-style coats, zip-up hoodies and striped long-sleeves, […]

Nanushka's SS21 Menswear Is Packed With Sunny Sustainable Styles

Nanushka is one of fashion’s foremost examples of sustainable and ethical design practices becoming mainstream, with sophisticated menswear looks informed by the brand’s intelligent design sense. Spring/Summer 2021 demonstrates Nanushka’s expanding interest in menswear styling, with a concise selection of understated items that combine adventurous patterns and relaxed silhouettes. Inspired by the convergence of humanity […]