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  1. London College Of Fashion Presents: MA Menswear

    “Many of these graduate collections can stand in a retail environment together with established brands,” Stravos Karelis tells Clash. The collections in question belong to 12 students on the MA Fashion Design Technology Menswear course at London College of Fashion, and as founder and buyer of cult London store Machine-A,…

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  2. Grace Wales Bonner Wins LVMH Prize

    For those whose attentions are not focused on the 22 men playing ball on a French football pitch this afternoon, some fashion news: Grace Wales Bonner has won this year’s LVMH prize. Just days after the designer’s eponymous Wales Bonner label made its solo debut at London Collections: Men, this…

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  3. Pieter: Confident + Aware

    “It was always my dream to have my own label,” explains the Holland born, London based designer Sebastiaan Pieter. “I saw an opportunity to fulfil that after I graduated, and being in my twenties means that few things are restricting me from giving my brand my all.” It was with…

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  4. Tourne De Transmission: Legacy, Loss, Warrior

    Tourne De Transmission, a label that will make its third appearance at London Collections: Men in a month’s time, is the product of Graeme Gaughan’s side project mentality. Founded in 2010, it followed the disbanding of a music venture he’d been a part of for five years, a follow up…

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  5. RBCS: Astrid Andersen x Brodinski

    If you’ve so much as glanced at Instagram at one point or another during the last several seasons of London Collections: Men, a confident display of blue and grey paper cups will likely have acquired a double tap, alongside them a smiling face or two. The relationship between Red Bull…

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  6. Josh Reim: AW16 Preview

    Making clothes in his native Canada since graduation circa 2013, 2015 was the summer Europe welcomed Josh Reim to the fold, then four collections in and a tender 19 years of age. Since tapped by much of the UK media (find Clash’s wagon piece here), the unisex designer this season…

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  7. Soulland: AW16 Preview

    “Capturing the stomping ground of industry and nature, Soulland’s AW16 collection reflects upon the power balance in the coexistence of the two…” So begins the blurb accompanying the Danish label’s latest show invite, an A3 sized paper with images of red flowers and Wild West style cacti hidden in the…

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  8. Nasir Mazhar: Shop That

    In keeping with a trend started two years ago (and probably earlier, in all honesty), 2015 has seen a plethora of young labels make notable gains the in the ecommerce arena, specifically on their own their own terms with the arrival of in-house consumer platforms. Just in time for the…

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  9. London 2015: BA Class Of

    Dubious though it might seem, graduate collections are akin to pre-collections: their dates loosely correspond, their audiences extend beyond press and buyers (the VV wealthy get up close and personal with the former while friends and family are offered a preview of the latter), and the venues for each vary,…

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  10. Investigating Potential: Alan Taylor

    In the last few years menswear has shed the stigma of niche status and boomed into prominent and public conscious (like, here). Through the power of garnering global clientele interested in young, emerging and established design labels, paired with the fervent excitement that has been brewing in this creative sect,…

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