Milan Runway Shows

Emporio Armani Fall 2018: #wearsEA

Emporio Armani is a hub of individuality that encourages everyone to be themselves; an identity which is characterised by the projection of one’s own personality, finding character, strength and uniqueness in the differences in each of us. The collection has a decisive, urban spirit, with an emphasis on the idea …
New York

Georges Hobeika Pre-Fall 2018 Ready to Wear: Ultra-Feminine

For its Pre-Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection, Maison Georges Hobeika brings to life the imagination of ultra-feminine silhouettes and the most sensual wardrobe, designed for the loyal woman who is in love with freedom and who is sensitive to unique nuances of the present. Faithful to his signature style, George Hobeika …
London Runway Shows

Bethany Williams Fall 2018: “Women for Change”

To coincide with London Fashion Week Men’s, pioneering British menswear designer, Bethany Williams presented ‘Women of Change’ a film made in collaboration with moving image director Crack Stevens (Akinola Davies Jnr) on Saturday 6 January 2017 at 180 The Strand. The film screening was accompanied by a presentation with TIH …
London Runway Shows

Paria Farzaneh Fall 2018: “We Were All Here At Once”

LONDON, Jan 8, 2018/ — Dedicated to Fereshteh Farzaneh and Hossein Farzaneh Iranian born, Paria Farzaneh holds her cultural roots at the core of her brand DNA. For Autumn Winter 2018, menswear designer Paria Farzaneh draws inspiration from a fusion of memory, identity and profession. Combines these ideals with her …
London Runway Shows

Astrid Andersen Bespoke Fall 2018: Elevated Outerwear

LONDON, Jan 8, 2018/ — Astrid Andersen presents her third annual bespoke collection of elevated outerwear for 2018 as a high luxury compliment to her ready-to-wear collection shown during London Fashion Week Mens. These pieces, in collaboration with Saga Furs represent the ultimate in contemporary luxury with superior attention to …
London Runway Shows

Art School Fall 2018: Soft Tailoring

LONDON, Jan 7, 2018 / — Shown as part of MAN for AW18, ART SCHOOL continues to develop their work embracing their own way of soft tailoring, this means that garments are designed on the body rather than a flat surface or the dummy and constructed directly on the wearer, …