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Men’s Streetwear Industry Due to Continue Expanding

The men’s streetwear industry is revolutionizing the textile trade worldwide. Fashion has opened new borders and a simple sweatshirt is no longer just a sports item. That can be carried in various situations gives it versatility and, therefore, offers added value.  Urban fashion is one of the trends in the retail world that is gaining more momentum, targetting young people looking for exclusive products with an urban touch. In recent years, the raise of this phenomenon focused on casual wear such as t-shirts, sweatshirts and sneakers inspired by music, hip-hop, skateboarding, graffiti, has been unprecedented and the data suggest that streetwear accounts for 10% of the world textile and footwear industry. It is affecting several areas, such as production, sale, and promotion. Its revolution has reached such a point that it has made brands that a priori do not have any kind of relationship, juxtapose. Luxury brands and sportswear brands have intermingled. From that fantastic Alexander Wang 2009 Fashion Show, that idea of treating sportswear as a luxury item. Nowadays everyone has joined. Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Balenciaga, Prada, just to name a few, …

Stalking Fashion Designer Matthew Adams Dolan – Photo Editorial

— All images part of an exclusive collaboration between designer Matthew Adams Dolan, VAGA and NY-based photographer Hadar Pitchon, showcasing the designer’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection,  words by Megan Que. As an emerging fashion designer straight out of graduate school, it is very rare to be able to name Rihanna and Lady Gaga as clients. An exception to this is Matthew Adams Dolan, a recent graduate from Parsons’ esteemed MFA Fashion Design and Society program. Born in Danvers, Massachusetts, then later immigrating to Sydney, Australia, Dolan attended high school in Japan, went to college at Université de Lausanne in Switzerland, then graduated in Fashion and International Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney. His impressive design portfolio later scored him a scholarship at Parsons, supported by fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg. In September 2014, Dolan presented his graduate collection at New York Fashion Week, which comprised of wardrobe staples such as denim jackets, jeans, and t-shirts with genderless, exaggerated silhouettes. His childhood memories of his mother constantly sewing and quilting sparked his interest in the traditions of American craft and the …

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Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Bee —Men’s Fashion Editorial

The famous quote “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. The hands can’t hit what the eyes can’t see” was first said by a 22-year old Muhammad Ali at a historic boxing event in Kinshasa, Zaire. Since he spoke it, this sentence has been used to described his style on the ring. The boxer, who left us last Friday, will long be regarded as the greatest of all times. A men’s style editorial by photographer Patrick Kolts, Stylist Alejandro Lopez, Model Braeden Wright, Grooming Alexis Fores. Suit Ben Sherman, polo shirt Woolrich John Rich & Bros., shoes Florsheim, ring and bracelet George Frost, bracelet Skagen Blue suit David hart, shirt CWST, bracelet Skagen, ring George Frost Leather jacket BLK DNM, tank CWST, pants BLK DNM, Ring/ bracelet George Frost Olive suit David Hart, tank Matière, necklace- George Frost Green suit Ben Sherman, shirt Lucio Castro, bracelet George Frost , jeans Topman Jacket Stampd, shirt Ben Sherman, pants BLK DNM, shoes stylist’s own