2018 Menswear Men Shouldn’t Wear.

I’m pretty open-minded when it comes to fashion. I appreciate designers who try new things, work with unusual materials and question tradition. But this year’s Fashion Week unveiled some menswear, men’s hairstyles and makeup that were so outrageously ridiculous, they couldn’t even masquerade as art.  Read more

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16 Designers Customize Eastpak Backpacks To Be Auctioned For Charity


These 16 one-of-a-kind backpacks have been designed by today’s hottest fashion designers and artists from all over the world. Every year, the Eastpak Artist Studio brings together some of the world’s most talented and creative minds to lend their interpretation to the iconic Eastpak Padded Pak’r® and then auction the unique backpacks off for charity. Read more

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Delectably Disturbing 2012 Fall Menswear Collection From Walter Van Beirendonck.

The Fall/ Winter 2012/13 collection of menswear from Belgium fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck, Lust Never Sleeps, is a bizarre blend of Friday The 13th’s Jason, A Clockwork Orange’s Droogs and the artwork of Ellsworth Kelly. And like a car wreck, it’s virtually impossible to look away. Don’t get me wrong, the collection is far from a tragic accident. Impeccably crafted and finely tailored, the bizarre pieces are made with very high quality materials and the overall look is imaginative, if not artful.

above: the invitation to the show

Leather face masks, bowlers, knit caps, fedoras, caps, cowboy hats, hip waders, coveralls, thigh high boots, and gloves are paired with tailored suits, color-blocked sweaters and vests in bright, graphic Pez-colored combinations. Mohair, plaids and other interesting textiles blend into the collection of Pop Art-like suits.

Fetish references punctuated the line of whimsical and macabre menswear, such as whip-like canes, black rubber padlock necklaces or tufted fur fingernails on leather gloves.

But frankly, nothing speaks like pictures.

The designer, Walter Van Beirendonck:

images courtesy of Fashion Mag and WWD

Walter Van Beirendonck

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