Posts in category "Brands to know"

A Little Holiday Treat for Me!

Raf Simons is among one of my favorite brands this video just gets me and the two tone detailed top and jacket. YES PLEASE. 

Show Talk Rad Hourani

Say hello to Mr. Hourani’s 6th collection. Keeping his “color” scheme of black and white unisex pieces. Even though most designers claim versatility Rad really backs it up. This collection is 3 jackets, a pair of pants, and a single top. Color you surprised? I think so. Want to check out his incredible work? Stop... Read more »

Show Talk Givenchy

The shows in Paris are by far some of my favorites. The sense of avant-garde being everyday wear is what really sells it for me. Givenchy is no exception, spinal column necklaces, bug-ish leather masks, and more leopard print that I ever thought I could be okay with. Riccardo Tisci (creative director of Givenchy) has... Read more »
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G-Star RAW: Marc Newson's Simple Chic

      G-Star Raw’s collaboration with Marc Newson continues. Marc Newson was born in Australia and is well known for his biomorphism designer style.  This style uses smooth flowing lines, transparency and tends to have an absence of sharpe egdes. In 2005, he was selected as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people... Read more »

Show Talk Burberry Prorsum

What needs to be said. Rocker, Mod, Leather, Studs. Not going to lie… I wasn’t wowed but it sum good detailed basics. Photos via GQ.com
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Show Talk Bottega Veneta

So the Milan theme of minimalism is still in strong in Bottega Veneta. With a palette lush with calming whites, greens, blues, burgundies and browns and a comfortable fit the Bottega man lives in ease and luxury. Photos via GQ.com

Show Talk Costume National

Ennio Capasa, the creative director of Costume National, is exploring a new approach to tailoring. Laser cut fabrics that remain seamless in neutral colors make for a modern look. Semi-relaxed slim suits meet silks, linens and wools essential for spring/summer.  Photos via GQ.com

Show Talk Versace

80’s inspired rockabilly look. Versace has made a line ready to rock. Photos via GQ.com
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Show Talk Salvatore Ferragamo

Clean and simple is never a wrong choice. My love of the French and the 20s style comes out in the comfortable feel of Salvatore Ferragamo’s Spring Summer collection. It has such a strong resort feel that I can’t help but thing it’s time for a vacation.  Photos via GQ.com