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Julian Wright

Julian Wright

Thom Browne SS20: If Marie Antoinette Did Sports
This fusion of "masculine" sportswear and 18th-century aristocratic garb could never be described as boring.
Jil Sander SS20 Men is Minimalism At Its Finest
Minimalism is Jil Sander's game and it did not disappoint: grayscale, sleek garments and sustainability were on the menu for SS20.
Dries Van Noten SS20 is Floral and Fluid in Paris
The Belgian designer brought his trademarked florals and prints with a feminine and flouncy flair for SS20.
Homme Plisse Issey Miyake SS20 Is Flowing Fashion
The Japanese designer offered loose silhouettes in a variety of colors for men on the move in a show choreographed by Daniel Ezralow.
Dsquared2 SS20 Offers Silks and Florals Galore
Dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten employ bold prints and Asian motifs for SS20 menswear during a time of change in gendered attire.
Les Hommes SS20 Is A Sleek Ode to Antwerp
It was entirely Belgian: nineties rave references, cycling compression garments and elegant tailoring from the two Belgian designers.
Ermenegildo Zegna SS20 Uses The Existing
From a former industrial complex outside of Milan, Ermenegildo Zegna revealed its SS20 menswear line, filled with classics and staples for the modern man.
Behind the Scenes at Ermenegildo Zegna SS20 Menswear
Take a look behind the scenes of the Ermenegildo Zegna Spring/Summer 2020 menswear show in Italy.
MSGM Lets Its Past and Future Shine With SS20
Celebrating 10 years of existence, MSGM debuted their SS20 menswear line, which nodded to previous work and displayed its promising future.
Craig Green SS20 Is Anything But Minimal
Embracing everything menswear has not been lately, Craig Green brought a loud, bright and complex collection to London Fashion Week for SS20.

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