Tag Archives: Presents

10.Deep Presents Holiday 2017 Collection

Following a strong second release of the “In Memorium” collection back in October, 10.Deep presents the final part in a holiday catalog. The third installation dubbed “All Is Well” continues a creative synthesis of leopard patterns and colors in savvy balance. The body of work includes some bold newness, notably Poodle Fleece items and “franke…


Thorny Path Presents Its Highly Functional 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Thorny Path recently unveiled its 2017 spring/summer collection with a lookbook that highlights the fusion of functionality and workwear aesthetics found in the range. The latest from the fledging Japanese label is comprised of jackets, vests, shirts, T-shirts, pants and shorts constructed of heavy cotton and deep indigo denim. Backpack straps, waist hol…


Kiko Kostadinov Presents His Mackintosh 0001 Collection

Late last year, raincoat-centric heritage label Mackintosh announced plans to break out of its traditional mold with the appointment of Bulgarian designer Kiko Kostadinov as the creative director of its new Mackintosh 0001 endeavor. Now, just a month later, we have our first look at the fruits of the appointment.

Consisting of ten ready-to-wear unisex looks, Mackintosh 0001 –…


Penfield Presents its 2016 Fall/Winter Collection

2016 fall/winter sees Penfield building upon the technical expansion and development witnessed in recent seasons. With new Head of Design Simon Oates, the Massachusetts brand has begun experimenting with new materials. Matte 3M reflective fabric has been used for the first time on perennial pieces such as the Kasson jacket and the Outback body warmer. The lightweight …


JULIUS Presents Its 2017 Spring/Summer “Knives” Collection

Tatsuro Horikawa’s JULIUS unveils its latest spring/summer collection in an eye-catching editorial captured during Paris Fashion Week. While noted for its experimental avant-garde aesthetic, the Japan-based brand shifts gears by creating a line with a social-conscious slant. Subverting its own past, the clothing takes cues from vintage streetwear via oversized …