MADE Magazine Issue 8 - Page 14

MADELIFE E veryone is a critic. However, there were a few collections that you should pay attention to whilst in the midst of breathing some life into your wardrobe. June doesn’t just mark the beginning of summer days but is host to London Men’s Fashion Week. Across the pond, men from across the globe met to take in the latest styles and let out their fashion inhibitions. Displayed in this article are 5 designers we recommend that have their own spin to inspire and create. PYER MOSS Jaws are still dropping from the Spring/Summer collection launched at NYFW created by the designer Kerby Jean-Raymond. The designer has a knack for bringing taboo topics of discussion into his shows like gun violence or depression. On a brighter note, Jean-Raymond is also known for his menswear that caters to the fashion forward. There were plenty of street wear inspired pieces with edge that can be seen as exclusive staple items or new basics depending on whether you feel comfortable with the entire look or need to break it down piece by piece for added flair. MCM X CHRISTOPHER RAEBURN American Vogue has hailed the designer Raeburn as a leader of fashion’s “reduce, reuse, recycle” movement. If you were more on the environment friendly side of the spectrum, you’d be please to know that the S/S 16’’ collection was created by utilizing high-tech fabrics and modular design systems to offer consumers a freedom beyond time, place, and occasion created his most recent collection. The innovating thing about this collection is that the original MCM bag was deconstructed and reconstructed over again for ready-to-wear fits. This takes the hassle of making major decisions. You can hit the ground running in these looks. TOPMAN DESIGN Third time is a charm with the brand that every man should know by now. If not, then let us introduce TOPMAN. This brand is meant for wide range of men whether you’re more of a suit and tie kind 14 The day of slacks or jeans with tees is over. Make your impact by leaving an unforgettable first impression.”