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Tuesday, October 02, 2018

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When we talk about casual get-ups, it’s pretty much guaranteed that a sweatshirt is going to feature. They’re a comfortable staple that requires minimal effort, and now they’re also an easy way to bring some colour into your off-duty repertoire.


If you’re into statement shades, then this one’s for you. Stone IslandAngel Chen and Acne Studios are a trio of labels who know the power of colour and aren’t afraid to use it. Take your lead from them and invest in a sweatshirt that’s made to be noticed.



If full-throttle shades are a step too far, then we recommend starting with something a little softer. Sweatshirts with deeper, darker hues make a quieter statement, while pastel versions bring colour without the fanfare.




Whether you’re heading to Paris fashion week or taking a trip to the grocery store, you’ll have seen slogan-stamped sweatshirts on every pavement. Prints and patterns will bring an unmistakably modern update to your look, so get in on the action with these cool picks from the likes of GCDS and Palm Angels.



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With so many brands following the same streetwear trends, it can be difficult to discover menswear designers who are creating something that's truly unique. These four brands are changing the game through their unconventional designs, construction and wearability.


Founded in 2015 by brothers Giuliano and Giordano Calza, Italian label GCDS - “God Can’t Destroy Streetwear” - has garnered cult appeal thanks to its oversized silhouettes and bold graphics. A favourite among edgy fashion insiders, GCDS is frequently spotted on A-listers like Teyana Taylor, Joe Jonas, Lil Yachty, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner. Look no further than the brand’s colourful, eye-grabbing collection to make a statement.



Berlin might be known for its all-black sporty club-wear, but GOETZE is redefining the city’s sartorial cool factor. Founded in 2011 by Central Saint Martins graduate Sissi Goetze, the label is taking a fresh new take on classic menswear tailoring through striking patterns, unconventional cuts and minimalist design touchstones. Accessible, versatile and timeless, GOETZE’s subtle twist on men’s staples combines laid-back cool with an urban edge.



Los Angeles label RtA fuses street-tinged basics and high-end design through trend-forward pieces that can be worn casually or formally. Launched in 2013 by Eli Aran and David Rimokh, RtA specialises in lush fabrics and European craftsmanship, but with a pared-back West Coast flair.



Tokyo-based label Children of the Discordance is changing the game when it comes to sustainable fashion. Culling together fabrics from vintage outlets and fair-trade pieces from all over the globe, designer Hideaki Shikama combines his taste for early 2000s hip-hop styles with Japanese pattern-making techniques for clothing that’s both one-of-a-kind and personal.


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Refresh your look this season with the latest menswear arrivals - wintry outerpieces from Moncler Genius x Craig Green, limited edition marble print raincoat from Dries Van Noten, and cult-favourite label Sacai’s AW18 collection. What’s more, enjoy an afternoon tipple while shopping at menswear department in stores on Sept 8 and 9.

5 Moncler Craig Green 


Moncler Genius joined hands with Craig Green once again to refresh its iconic edits. These handsome pieces speak volumes about dignity. The arrival of 5 Moncler Craig Green capsule will be one to put your tools down for.


Exclusive Limited Edition Marble Print Raincoat from Dries Van Noten
HKD 12,900

Originally featured as the finale of his men’s fashion show and to celebrate the arrival of his Autumn/Winter18 collection, Dries Van Noten designed ten exclusive Ebru marble printed raincoats each with its own colourway. This limited edition Vasquez raincoat delivers an artistic impression during rainy days. 



Slogan Print t-shirt HKD1,900 | Floral Print Shirt HKD 5,000


In Fall 18 collection, Sacai takes a standpoint through t-shirts, emblazoned with words from the New York Times ‘Truth’ campaign. The label’s hybrid aesthetics can be found on the bandana-like print. Abe collaborates with Reyn Spooner on the Hawaiian-inspired pattern. This style is ready to say Aloha to a hybridised, reconstructive ensemble.


Fancy a tipple? Whisky and craft beer tasting will be available in Lane Crawford ifc mall, Canton Road and Times Square from 2 to 6pm on Sept 8 and 9. Enjoy a sip of Scotch or local craft beer and receive a B&O portable bluetooth speaker upon spending HKD10,000 net or above on men’s clothing during the period.

B&O P2 Speaker in Black/Sand Tone


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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

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From heritage luxury houses to streetwear brands, designers are demonstrating their love of logo more than ever. While the pared-back minimalism of the late ‘90s resulted in a lull period for the trend, the recent resurrection of “logomania” has ushered in a fresh new reinterpretation of logos across the menswear landscape.



You can’t go wrong with the logo T-shirt. Pair with denim, sneakers and a waist bag for an effortlessly en vogue look. Streetwear heavyweight Heron Preston’s iconic bird T-shirts have been spotted on the biggest names in fashion, music and entertainment.



Printed with striking logo, the branded long sleeve T-shirt by Palm Angels will ignite your lounging mood. It’s time to pick your trademark of the season.



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Redesign your weekend wardrobe with casual and comfy basics that can mix and match with each other. Men can’t go wrong with a simple t-shirt with a lightweight jacket, and a comfortable track pants for laidback style. Here are some inspirations from Remi Relief, James Perse and Bassike.


Californian-inspired Japanese surf brand Remi Relief uses exceptional fabrics and construction to create wearable separates. The cult brand offers its wearer an abundance of street credentials thanks to its laidback, retro designs.


Influenced by warm West Coast lifestyle, James Perse showcases an ideal blend of casual and quality in clothing. These global exclusive graphic t-shirt and sweatpants are ideal for your lounging days.

Make your casual outfits fashionable and fun with Bassike, an Australian brand that well known for organic cotton basics and a minimal aesthetic. Bassike’s philosophy centres around high-end design and construction, with a sustainable approach to manufacturing.


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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Elevated Denim

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Despite the cyclical trends in fashion, denim has always held a huge spot in every modern man’s wardrobe. This season, designers are taking denim to the next level and getting more experimental with fresh and innovative techniques. Bid farewell to your dark and unsullied jeans and refresh your closet with the hottest denim brands. 




Bring retro vibes into your Spring Summer casual wardrobe with these patchwork jeans by NOVE, structured in a classic straight leg and patchworked for a colour blocked appearance.



Check out Fear of God and Amiri for a bold denim look. Amiri hand-distressed skinny jeans and the tie-dye washed jeans by Fear of God bring a 90’s grunge vibe into your weekend edit.




Denim jacket is always the perfect outwear piece for chilly summer nights. This unisex denim jacket by Y/Project features a detachable shirt for an unexpected update. Wear this combo together for a fully covered classic street profile or style the outer layer with a tee to draw focus to its contrasted cut-outs. 


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Solid Homme:




Known for its exceptional quality and minimalistic designs, Korean brand Solid Homme creates contemporary menswear with distinctive elements and quality fabrications that embody the label’s urban sophistication. 


Solid Homme introduces a retro military collection for 2018 Fall / Winter season, presenting John Lennon’s anti-war ideas and a modern reinterpretation of his style. The collection reinterprets the ideas of John Lennon, a musician who sung peace as an anti-war activist, and the modern hippie fashion of his time with contemporary silhouette and feels unique to Solid Homme. Bringing military elements to such luxurious fabrics as velvet, corduroy, felt, and knit, Solid Homme links their details in a diverse and witty manner.




German-born South Korean designer Siki Im is making waves in the fashion industry with his cutting-edge designs and new-found silhouettes. Having graduated from the Oxford School of Architecture, he carried over this design philosophy to his garment design and started his fashion career in New York City. 


After launching his eponymous label in 2008, Siki has launched his extension label, SIKI IM CROSS in 2017. Designed for athletes, the collection specialized in high performance wear made from technical fabrics in muted hues. Featuring foldable windbreaker pullover, long sleeve performance t-shirt and compression running shorts in Fall/ Winter 18, this collection is ideal for intensive workouts.

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Four Brands Pushing Boundaries in Men's Streetwear
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