Posts Tagged 'Spring Summer 2016'
Broken Tailoring was the theme for Rei Kawakubo’s SS16 Comme des Garçons Homme Plus collection. Kawakubo literally spliced and diced suiting in every conceivable fabric from pinstripes to tapestry fabrics depicting British hunting scenes. The careful dissection of each garment
Yohji Yamamoto underscored tailoring in his SS16 runway presentation but his goal was not to make you look like a businessman. Playing up his suits with graphic piping, painterly patterns and a crinkle-textured textile showed that suiting doesn’t have to
Tatsuro Horikawa explored spirituality and tribalism in his latest menswear collection for Julius. The SS16 collection that opened with a performance of 3 models doing ritualistic body painting explores Horikawa’s softer side. While previous collections–titled “Sphere” and “Prism” respectively– explored
In his SS16 menswear collection entitled “Cyclops” Rick Owens expounds on his notion of the M65 jacket mixed in with inspiration from two of his favorite artists John Chamberlain and Steven Parrino. Owens loves the idea of the M65 as