Women In Menswear: Michiko Koshino

Michiko Koshino has been a veteran of the menswear industry since moving to the UK in the 1980s. Along with the new wave of Japanese designers that have forever changed the London fashion scene, Michiko has offered up a new vision for menswear — one that is characterised by experimental silhouettes and a unique streetwear...

Women In Menswear: Katie Eary

In conversation with Katie Eary, it is easy to see that she is just as, if not more, audacious than her riotous collections. Characterised by an unabashed charisma and a snappy wit, Katie Eary ushers in a new kind of menswear — one that is reinvented through a cheeky mix of bold prints and the...

Normcore Is Over For Menswear (Finally)

The menswear fashion month just opened a few days ago in London and after years of sleep, menswear designers seem to have finally pulled away from the “normcore” (word used to make laziness sound like a statement) trend and served something worth seeing and reporting. First stop is Ximon Lee, which is probably the most “in...