Fashion

Ilya S. SavenokGetty Images Like many during lockdown, not being able to travel heavily affected Tia Adeola. The Nigerian-born, London-raised, and New York-based fashion designer is the definition of internationally influenced, so the impact of quarantine—limiting her access to explore new terrain—was a major blow to the driving forces in her creative process. Her designs
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“I’m a girl from a good family who was very well brought up. One day I turned my back on it all and became a bohemian,” once said Brigitte Bardot. Though the flaxen-haired bombshell shunned the middle class conventions of mid-century France, her sentiment stands when it comes to matters of men’s style . After
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Getty + Netflix + Apple TV Back in 2019, aka a lifetime ago, I declared that the ever-popular jumpsuit was the “holy grail of Halloween.” At the time, it made sense: Booksmart, Fleabag, Us—these were the pop culture moments we were obsessing over, and all of them featured at least one perfect jumpsuit. But things
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Taken literally, heritage in menswear never really goes away. Unless you’re sporting the latest wearable art installation (we sincerely hope that you’re not) the chances are that you’ve got on something time-tested which has, in one form or other, populated the wardrobes of our forebears. In men’s fashion-speak, heritage is anything that has more than
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When it comes to matters of the wardrobe, it’s well-known that the small details make a big difference. And as far as suits are concerned, few are smaller, or more impactful, than cufflinks. Granted, these minuscule pieces of menswear have come in for a bum wrap in recent years, having suffered years of abuse at
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If there’s one designer who can make his customers feel things, it’s Telfar Clemens. Telfar fans aren’t just shoppers but a community who take pride in flaunting the label’s signature (and always sold-out) “Bushwick Birkin” tote. To carry Telfar is to broadcast your support for a young Liberian-American designer who renounces exclusivity in luxury fashion
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War. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing. (Apart from your wardrobe.) Much (if not most) of what you wear on a daily basis started out life doing battle. Your trusty white T-shirt, those chinos, that bomber jacket – all of these pieces have their roots in military uniform rather than designers’ moodboards, having gradually
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Alana, Este, and Danielle Haim of Haim, the Grammy-nominated California-cool girl rock trio, may have the hit song “Summer Girl” under their belt, but make no mistake: the band lives for fall. For the sisters, the season is synonymous with spontaneous drives up the Pacific Coast Highway, Joni Mitchell on repeat, and haunted hay rides.
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Streetwear’s a term more jumped on than a pair of Air Jordans. Is it varsity jackets and Japanese jeans? Or longline tees and jersey joggers? Or both? We hit up streetwear PR and Fcknyh blogger Gregk Foley to help us navigate the asphalt. If there’s one common misconception about streetwear, it’s that it’s easy. Granted,
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It’s never been so easy to look stylish. Over the past few years, the march of minimalism in men’s style has, to some extent, demystified fashion. Everything is stripped back – the palette, the dress codes, even the menswear rulebook itself, which is today slim enough to skim-read in its entirety on your commute. We
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As I write this story about Ella Emhoff, four young women walk by dressed like Ella Emhoff. They gaze at downtown Manhattan through round owlish glasses. They stomp across the street in work boots and giant nubby sweaters, worn as minidresses with nothing underneath. It’s the vibe of a Ravenclaw realizing she should finally flirt
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