Alfred Sung Bespoke, designed to be an easy, convenient take on custom tailoring, offers made-to-measure clothing for both men and women.
The stylish and sophisticated–and even the outlandish–have convened in Florence for Pitti Immagine Uomo.
Tec Style expands on Maya Fuhr’s first exhibition, Malleable Privilege, which examined the ways in which fashion can do more harm than good. But while Malleable Privilege was, in Fuhr’s words, “more abstract and open to interpretation,” Tec Style bluntly addresses our rapid textile consumption.
With his distinctly sharp sense of style—even with a broken ankle—Ibaka has been turning all sorts of heads, including Canadian outerwear brand Nobis, who has just named the player as their global ambassador.
Street photographer Scott Schuman’s latest book The Sartorialist: India contains over 300 pages showing a delicate and stylistic side of India. Not the India of National Geographic, but a younger, fashionable India. An India with music festivals, tattoos, and dyed hair.
For the past 14 years, Pierre-Alexis Dumas has worn the mantle of artistic director at Hermès—he is the scion and a member of the sixth generation of a family business founded in 1837.
Since the early days of her career as a fashion designer, MacMillan has always been interested in offering inclusive sizing to her customers.
The Savoir-Faire experience has set up shop to offer Vancouverites a customizable, one-on-one introduction to the brand’s lifestyle in a setting that combines artisanal artistry and cosmopolitan innovation.
In 1964, Kenzo Takada embarked on a grand adventure, leaving Japan for Paris, where he began designing garments the fashion world was not accustomed to. At 80, his energetic approach to fashion continues to enthrall.