Similar look: Obey Men’s The Limited Series Keith Haring Pin Set.
The luxury British accessory brand Jimmy Choo has always been known for its glamorous heels, associated with the ‘Sex and the City’ lifestyle, and coveted by women everywhere. However the idea of men lusting over the brand to the same extent seems somewhat unheard of. Pierre Denis, CEO of this iconic brand revealed “The store is an exciting next step in the growth of Jimmy Choo Men”. The new addition to the streets of central London is hoping to bring an increased awareness of the menswear side of the brand. By choosing to retail menswear in a standalone store, it is creating a more masculine shopping experience, and separates it from the ¬female frenzy that is stereotypically associated with the brand. (via Jimmy Choo: One for the Boys? | Fashion Juices)
Taking colour blocking to the extreme with this 1980’s inspired juxtaposed and pattern clash retro ski jacket taken at Freeze Festival 2012. Subscribers look out for our full Freeze Festival trend analysis report going live on the site next week.
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Heavy op art influences outside the #LFW shows with this late-80s skatewear-inspired men’s shirt. Checkerboard and horizontal stripes are brought together in one print, sitting nicely against a backdrop of tiled circles. And that’s some impressive facial hair to boot.
WGSN street shot, London Fashion Week