Spring/Summer 2016

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Alexander Wang never ceases to deliver yet another amazing menswear collection with its anonymity and super light nylon bombers. We see a lot of minimalistic structure in every silhouette and even his leather backpacks. It is such a conceptually engaging collection and I’m sure just as equally rewarding to wear.

Alexander Wang

With Off-White’s collection, we begin to see a shift from streetwear to menswear while breaking through the realm of basic. The classic chinos transformed through plenty of modifications into the dropped stitch inverted pleat.


We see a lot of movement and flexibility in Rag and Bone’s collection this season. With his models doing flips off walls and climbing fixtures, you can immediately tell that designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright want to emphasize flyweight materials, and the idea that you can maintain your comfort while still looking good.

Rag and Bone

Lastly we have the forever timelessness of Calvin Klein. Although known for his minimalism, Italo Zucchelli has been musing over ways to inject a little bit more into his pieces. In his collection you’ll find velcro pockets for ultimate usefulness (talk about maximal) and a lot of stone washed denim. Despite his musings, Zucchelli can never let go what is dear to his heart, and naturally paired the most minimal white tee to create the ultimate menswear combo.

Calvin Klein