Usually Craig Green’s fashion shows delight the audience through designer’s signature mix of art installations and ready to wear outfits. His new Spring 2016 menswear collection makes no exception. The clothes designed in sparkling colors, with all the quilted and laced details, spread good vibes as for a perfectly summery mood. I guess the proper craftsmanship combined with the lightness and looseness of the outfits is one of the most important assets of Craig Green menswear.
In terms of installations, I particularly liked the minimalist approach in this collection. With the skeleton hidden inside, cleansed from additional details, the black/red/white color blocks look really powerful. Merely flat as canvases, these giant installations are endowed with a more subtle spatiality – the slits and round cutouts look as accurate and concise as Lucio Fontana’s artworks.
Craig Green Spring 2016 Menswear/ images via style.com
“A rich and elegant disruption of iconic sport styles designed to come alive as you move”
The second collaboration between Nike Lab and the Japanese fashion label Sacai, delivers the perfect summer collection – simple and smart cuts, nice layering, a delicious mix of jersey with neon lace.
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Blurred lines, the fashion editorial in US Vogue May 2015 issue highlights one of the most prominent fashion trends of the moment – androgyny. Models are coupled perfectly in order to display a whole range of androgynous outfits along with a cool attitude. Photo: Patrick Demarchelier / styling: Tonne Goodman / Make-Up: Yadim/ Hair-styling: Shay Ashual/ images via thefashionisto.com.
The spring issue of T Magazine Men captures Spring Poetic Undertones in an artsy fashion editorial. Just a boy, a wall, a sunny day, plus exquisite designer clothes (Lanvin, Dries Van Noten, Alexander McQueen, Hermes) – beautiful! Photo: Matthew Kristall/ Styling: Jason Rider/ Model: Simon Fitskie/ images via thefashionisto.com