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Descente - From the Outside Looking in

This exclusive content exercise for Descente AW19 represents and viscerally displays the protective abilities of outerwear, illustrating how to put the garments together, whilst reflecting on nuances of layering and tailoring within the styling as an aesthetic modus operandi.

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
cote&ciel "Horizons" Vol.1 with Miink

Synonymous with travel and innovative expression, côte&ciel's “Horizons” series profiles the inner mind workings of forward thinking creatives from around the globe. The first in the Horizons series focuses on London based producer, musician & singer/songwriter “Miink” /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
Helly Hansen - Archive

With inspiration drawn from deconstructed workwear palettes, safety colour tones and lightweight performance materials, the Helly Hansen Archive collection provides a progressive new look at the brands 140 years of design and product excellence. We took a closer look at the innovative technologies, contrasting fabrics and functional clip on accessories in our “Archive” Editorial /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
A Conversation With - Tony Hawk

A man who needs no introduction; Tony Hawk is quite simply one of the most influential skaters that ever dropped in. He not only brought the sport to levels of visibility not yet scene, but he also redefined the scenes involvement with video games and music. Bringing countless new skaters and bands with him along the way. Now with the launch of the Tony Hawk Signature line, a capsule collection in collaboration with photography legend and friend Anton Corbijn available exclusively at London based luxury fashion retailer BROWNS. Tony is again pushing new boundaries for the culture /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
"Duet" - TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist SS20

‘Duet’ is the new Spring Summer 2020 collection by Takahiro Miyashita for his eponymous label TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist presented during this seasons Mens Paris Fashion Week. TheSoloist is inspired by Miyashita’s personal style, known for its asymmetrical cuts and unique modifications to normal pieces.

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Shibuya Crossover - Hi Tec Japan

We took an urban hike from Yoyogi Uehara Subway Station to central Shibuya with Hi-Tec Japan in our latest editorial “Shibuya Crossover”.  Highlighting the brands ethos of “city to the trail”, we took a look at the different functional styles are available for various outdoor activities such as climbing, hiking, gorge walking or trekking. Or Simply going for to the local store for milk /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
Bronx Tale

Bronx Tale by SOFIANE EDJE is the ninth in our exclusive online editorials. Using shadow and natural light to create texture and pattern, we look to merge these with the native colour back drops of the Bronx NY /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
In Bloom - Tourne de Transmission

London’s Tourne de Transmission has a habit of mixing old with the new. Be it from a technology perspective hence its “analogue | digital | signal >> multipoint” tag line, or from a clothing and fabrication perspective. For their SS19 collection entitled “RUINS” we look at the contrast in the brands choice in materials. and how they are implemented though TDT’s utility meets eastern tailoring stand point /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
See No Evil

For the eighth in our series of online exclusive editorials, we look toward late 70’s NYC based band Television who’s debut album Marque Moon is wildly sighted as a cult classic. In this case we have reinterpreted classic promo images of the band using designers & brands such as Needles, Wacko Maria and Raf Simmons /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
The World Keeps Turning - CMMN SWDN SS19

Putting the spotlight firmly on the growing tension surrounding global over consumption, we take a look at CMMN SWDN’s SS19 collection entitled “Its a Jumble Out There”. By making use of opposing angles and polarised perspective, the collections skewed proportions are highlighted in our latest brand story “The World Keeps Turning” /

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FashionAdam Titchener
A Needle in the Sea

Boasting an Impressive list of international Designers and an immersive concept space, Taipai’s NE Sense has been a go-to destination for luxury meets contemporary menswear in nations capital. Since launching their in house line NECESSITY SENSE in 2017, the Hsieh brothers take on formal tailoring mixed with modern fluid silhouettes has further solidified their place on the international map. With obvious inspiration coming from the families ties to the local fishing industry, we take a closer look at the brands Spring / Summer 2019 collection entitled “A Needle in the Sea” /

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BED j.w. FORD - A Conversation with Shinpei Yamagishi

BED j.w. FORD’s rise on the Tokyo fashion seen has not gone unnoticed in the west. A regular within the pages of THE NEW ORDER / for a number of seasons now, the brand presented its SS19 collection oversee’s as part of Pitti Uomo’s international curation of guest designers in Florence. We caught up with Designer Shinpei Yamagishi to talk more about the process of preparing and executing a show so far from home, and the unveiling  of the first collaboration with Adidas originals /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
Five Things - Liam Hodges

A graduate from the prestigious Royal College of Art, Liam Hodges signature blend of patchwork, wide-silhouettes, workwear and sportswear has built an army of fans since his debut collection for Fashion East in 21014. A leading light in the London menswear scene ever since, Hodges’ appeal has drawn collaborations with some of the most recognisable names in the industry/

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FashionAdam Titchener
Colours Collide

The seventh in our series of online exclusive editorials, “Colours Collide” uses the canvas of the human body, and a muted garment palette to showcase an abstract exploration of the inner minds workings /

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FashionAdam Titchener
Under Dreaming Spires

Number six in our series of online exclusive editorials, “Under Dreaming Spires” channels lazy sunday afternoon’s and late 60’s counterculture icons such as Syd Barrett. Featuring brands such as Barena, Bianca Saunders, Damir Doma, Daniel W Fletcher and more /

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FashionJames Oliver