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Innovate The Classic -- The Comprehensive Analysis of London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week is an international fashion week for fashion buyers, the news media, and the public. London fashion week ended in February this year. And it's clear that compared to previous LFW shows, this season is a little subdued. This season's London Fashion Week advocates environmentalism and no animal fur. Chinese media, fashion buyers and stars have been forced to change their work plans because of the outbreak. However, there are still many highlights.
Navigation Season -- The Catwalk Analysis of Max Mara Womenswear
Inheritance and innovation are the essence of the A/W 2020 Max Mara show. This season Ian Griffiths draws inspiration from the sailor chic. Michel Foucault says, dreams will dry up without civilization on board. As Ian Griffiths puts it at the start of the show, "This is a romantic trip that starts in Morocco and goes north to Russia". The A/W 2020 collection of Max Mara is very adventurous. The compass marked with the brand name and the sailing ship lead us to experience the charm of the winter sea.
Win-win Cooperation -- The Catwalks Analysis of Womenswear of MM6 Maison Margiela × The North Face
In A/W 2020 collection of MM6 Maison Margiela, MM6 takes the so-called Paris-style clothing items inspired by New York and launched in London as the main line, hopes to convey the circulation of fashion elements without excessive retro. The signature 3D cutting and avant-garde design sense of MM6 are combined with the Expedition System of The North Face. Expedition System originated in 1990 aims at detachable and multi-layered functional clothing designed for outdoor activities in extreme weather. It is perfectly in line with the design language of MM6. And based on that, various classic styles of The North Face take on different vitality.
Racing and Sailing -- The Catwalks Analysis of Tommy Hilfiger Womenswear
This season, the New York brand, Tommy Hilfiger, heads to London Fashion Week for its A/W 2020 collection. The brand keeps its vision of "vision to waste nothing and welcome all" and continues its exploration in sustainable fashion. In the A/W 2020 show, Tommy Hilfiger and Lewis Hamilton work together to create a new collection inspired by racers. More than 75% of styles are made in sustainable ways, including 100% organic cotton, recycled materials, down substitute and washed denim. The collection combines the traditional menswear of Tommy Hilfiger and the street style of Lewis Hamilton, and mixes burnt olive, neutral tones with highly saturated neon colors.
Memories -- The Catwalk Analysis of Burberry Womenswear
Since Riccardo Tisci took charge of Burberry's creative director in 2018, versatility and inclusiveness have made up Burberry's current form. After Kingdom, Tempest and Evolution, Riccardo Tisci takes Memories as the theme of A/W 20/21 Burberry. Images with mirroring and perceptive connotations are secretly displayed before the show. Skin, petal, dew... The shadow created by mirror symmetry sets the keynote of this season. The "Memories" world built by Burberry is like the alternations of virtual and real spaces with overlapping dimensions in the movie, Inception. On the catwalk, twin pianists Katia and Marielle Labeque cooperate with electronic producer Arcaper to put on a bizarre duet. For Riccardo Tisci, this series is a self-recall and reflection on memory, consciousness, perception, psychology and life.
The Confident Wardrobe -- The Catwalk Analysis of Victoria Beckham Womenswear
Victoria Beckham is a high-end fashion brand founded by famous British singer and fashion designer Victoria Beckham in 2008. Victoria Beckham's own fame and her steady middle-class background make her designs unique. The 20/21 A//W series is inspired by that exhausted woman are seeking peace, and creates the style of confident wardrobe. The collection records the return of the black avant-garde silhouette and exposed neckline, negative space rhomboid knitting which is first raised by Stephan Cooke (a young London menswear designer), two pieces of Shetland knitwear (one in cornflower blue, the other in yolk yellow), flares sleeves, the dress with dense and regular smocking stitch, the finely cut check shirt, the skirt with a tough silhouette, and the layered color-blocked overcoat. These all bring a confident femininity of urban office ladies.
Vintage and Innovation -- The Comprehensive Analysis of London Menswear Fashion Week
Every year the London menswear fashion week is a platform for new designers from Saint Martin, and these menswear shows in different styles can largely determine the fashion trends for the next year. Especially in this year, in addition to established pioneers such as Paria Farzaneh Martine Rose, supernovae brands such as Eastwood Danso and Bethany Williams are beginning to shine, which dominate almost half of the international fashion world.
Reaching The Summit at Dawn -- The Catwalk Analysis of FENG CHEN WANG Menswear
A/W 2020 collection of FENG CHEN WANG, the Chinese designer brand, was unveiled at London fashion week. The brand continues its contemporary interpretation of Chinese traditional culture. A/W 2020 is inspired by the designer Wang Fengchen's trip to her hometown, Mount Wuyi. From the opening the ink and wash to the final splendid flaming sunrise, all scenes restore the spectacular scenery at dawn during climbing, which also shows the designer's inner world.
HOMO MULTIVERSALIS -- The Catwalk Analysis of Xander Zhou
XanderZhou is a personal brand created by Chinese designer Zhou Xiangyu. It newly interprets menswear through a unique perspective of visual art and outstanding tailoring. His diversified marketing philosophy has created a new business mode in China's clothing industry. At London fashion week of menswear, Xander Zhou officially unveils the A/W 2020 collection named HOMO MULTIVERSALIS. In this season, the designer shows the unknown secret, the conjecture of hyperspace and the definition of existence. He constantly asks the other self in another dimension about the concept of multi-universe and homo multiversalis.
Innovation-- The Comprehensive Analysis of London Fashion Week
The S/S 2020 fashion has passed by London. There are always unexpected designs in London Fashion Week which is famous for its avant-garde design. London Fashion Week is considered as "the most British and elegant" fashion show. Each season of London Fashion Week is full of expectations. Your curiosity can be satisfied by the comfortable and practical style, the bizarre style, the modern style. And in terms of menswear for this season, Burberry fashion show is the key of London Fashion Week. Especially after the succession of Riccardo Tisci, the established brand becomes fashionable and young.
Evolution-- The Analysis of Burberry Womenswear Catwalks
Burberry, starting from The Victoria Age, demonstrates the change of modern times with the theme of “Evolution” in the 2020 S/S fashion show. The mirror cube device is rising constantly after the opening, showing the retro acoustic vision and intertwining the past and the future. With the appearance of celebrities like Chen Kun, Zhou Dongyu and Huang Xuxi, 2020 S/S is in more heated discussion.
New Force -- Comprehensive Analysis of Menswear London Fashion Week
As one of the four fashion weeks, London fashion week features great innovation and creation. The S/S 2020 London fashion week is the most international show with more than 20 foreign designers and some native designers.
The Industrial Revolution -- A-Cold-Wall
A-Cold-Wall's S/S 2020 collection is called MATERIAL STUDY FOR SOCIAL ARCHITECTURE. Designer Samuel Ross continues the industrial cold mood. Fabrics and materials include real architecture materials like clay, lead, water and glass. Rich materials, diversified industrial styles and images of construction workers are combined to update the industrial style.
Immaterial -- Xander Zhou
In this show, Zhou Xiangyu combines Chinese classics with modern sci-fi symbols to interpret rituals: skirt-like garments, robe, unicorn incense burner, string beads, jade ring, pendant, talisman and Chinese characters of five elements. The ritual concept lets us re-think about traditional cultures and the balanced connection to the outside world.
Post Human Era -- C2H4 Los Angeles
Post Human Era is evolved from last season's transhumanism. The setting is in 2030 when there are new and strange things. Memory and time are used as standards to differentiate humans. The post human era is made up of the civilian class, HDS class and elite class. Function, tech-tility, deconstructed prints, irregular edges and layering are underlined.
A-Cold-Wall -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Catwalk Brands for Menswear
A-COLD-WALL*, an English avant-garde brand, gave us a fashion show called「BIRTH.ORGAN.SYNTH.」. Art and politics are key points designer Samuel Ross want to present. Futuristic elements are everywhere in fashion industry, which makes us to think more about technology and AI.
C2H4 Los Angeles -- Analysis of A/W 19/20 Menswear Brands at Catwalks
This season's collection was inspired by F.M. Esfandiary, who believes that technology will make humans immortal by 2030. He even changed his name to FM-2030. This collections featuers many futuristic concepts and nod to those transhumanism scholars.
Christopher Raeburn -- Analysis of A/W 19/20 Menswear Catwalk Brands
Christopher Raeburn is a namesake brand founded in 2008. Sustainability is its brand concept. Recycled materials such as military parachutes and camouflage uniforms are used to design fashion items. For A/W 19/20, the collection is inspired by the military and street styles, and Christopher Raeburn collaborates with Timberland to show a special feel.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- London
London Fashion Week attracts people with creativity. This season, brands like Bobby Abley, Charles Jeffrey and Xander Zhou continue to gain attention. They strike a balance between statement pieces and considered, commercial tailored items. Street sport styles revive with new aesthetics, and retro 80s looks also feel fresh in this season.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- Christopher Raeburn
The English designer Christopher Raeburn creates menswear, womenswear and accessories in a distinctive and novel way. He graduated from the renowned Royal College of Art in London. Christopher is famous for recycling military fabrics, bringing signature outerwear made of old parachutes. Recreated style directs and influences his design and development. Christopher Raeburn's collections are unique, detailed, functional and sustainable.
2018 S/S Menswear Roundup -- London
Fresh colors and bright colors lend a summer atmosphere. The deconstructed menswear works as an essential update.