London Fashion Week Mens’ brought us everything from easy fitting button downs perfect for work or office as well as patterns like florals and stylish stripes. If you missed it, we recapped some of the best looks to inspire the man in your lifes’ work or play style. The Black male models proved that melanin always makes fashion look better. Click through our gallery to see them slaying on the runway. In advance: you’re welcome. 21 Fashionable Photos Of Melanin Filled Male Models Killin’ It At London Fashion Week Men’s was originally published on hellobeautiful.com 21 Fashionable Photos Of Melanin Filled Male Models Killin’ It At London Fashion Week Men’s 21 photos Launch gallery 21 Fashionable Photos Of Melanin Filled Male Models Killin’ It At London Fashion Week Men’s 1. Ben Sherman 1 of 21 2. Ben Sherman 2 of 21 3. Ben Sherman 3 of 21 4. Ben Sherman 4 of … [Read more...] about 21 Fashionable Photos Of Melanin Filled Male Models Killin’ It At London Fashion Week Men’s
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A male model showed off fashion and a belly on Monday during London Fashion Week. (Getty Images) On Monday at London Fashion Week, all eyes were on the "pregnant" male models who strutted down the runway in Chinese designer Xander Zhou’s clothing. The male models at Zhou's show sported prosthetic baby bumps under their looks, though some of their bellies saw the spotlight more than others. Those whose "pregnant" stomachs were covered by shirts, however, clutched their bumps in order to highlight the theme of the show, while another wore a white t-shirt reading, "New World Baby." Zhou later explained his odd choice, of having the male models appear pregnant, on Instagram. At Supernatural, Extraterrestrial & Co., we're prepared to welcome a future of male pregnancy. Model: Daniel Olze @daniolze Xander Zhou Spring/Summer 2019 _ Creatve direction: Xander Zhou @xanderzhou _ brought to you by Xander Zhou Studio team _ Music: Emil Schult @emilschult _ Styling: Gary … [Read more...] about ‘Pregnant’ male models steal the show at London Fashion Week
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Fashion & Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by As the spring 2019 shows begin in London, the schedule is thin. But there are things to anticipate this season, from designer debuts to city switcheroos and the renaissance of L’Uomo Vogue. ByElizabeth Paton June 8, 2018 LONDON — The men’s wear calendar feels increasingly empty these days. In recent years, not a season has gone by in which a trickle of high-profile names did not quietly disappear from the schedule. London Fashion Week Men’s, which begins on Saturday, is no exception. Craig Green and Grace Wales Bonner — two of the British capital’s top design talents — are missing from the lineup this season (Mr. Green is the guest designer at Pitti, the men’s wear trade show in Florence, Italy, while Ms. Wales Bonner will be holding appointments on June … [Read more...] about Men’s Fashion Week Loses Some Luster
VAGINA wigs, severed heads and handbags carried by drones – the 2018 Fashion Week shows have featured a number of bizarre stunts. But one of the biggest trends this year has been for models to ditch bras and flash their nipples on the catwalk. Numerous designers opted for the bare breast look in shows taking place in London and Milan. Some of the models could be seen subtly revealing their breasts in lavish dresses, meanwhile other outfits made the braless look centre stage. One of the shows that completely exposed the breast of a model was the Krizia show in Milan. The collection included a red, sheer outfit, with a coat draped loosely around the model, revealing her chest. The trend is following the recent surge in people campaigning for the Free the Nipple movement. This is a “global campaign of change, focused on the equality, empowerment and freedom of all human beings” and takes issue with the fact women’s nipples are considered taboo, whereas men’s … [Read more...] about Bare breasts are the latest trend on the catwalk at Fashion Week… but would you dare to wear this clobber?
New York Some highlights from New York Fashion Week on Sunday and Monday:With Gigi Hadid as his opener and her royally dressed sister, Bella, at the end, Prabal Gurung celebrated the strength, grace and resilience of women in a collection full of vibrant purples, reds and blues, inspired in part by the women-led Mosuo tribe of China.Gurung, raised by a single mother in Nepal, said in a backstage interview he’s had matriarchies on his mind for a collection over the last four or five years, deciding to go ahead with this one now amid the recent movements bringing women together to fight back against sexual misconduct and oppression around the world.His bright pinks, some in lush cashmere and wool knits hand done in Nepal, and his sari and sarong-inspired draping, he said, were references to the Gulabi Gang of women activists in northern India. They “adorn themselves in pink saris symbolic of their self-proclaimed power and fearlessness,” Gurung said, as they come to the … [Read more...] about Strength of women celebrated during NY Fashion Week