Exploring the notion of pleats.
BDSM fetishism with a black and white full of brightness that is characteristic of materials such as latex, vinyl and metal.
Flowing materials, the play with matt and shining surfaces, clear, expressive colours and sophisticated cuts assign Wang Yutao’s design.
Simplicity and straightforwardness. The collection’s idiosyncratic detailing and clean lines make gloss and glamour simply redundant.
An unexpected mixture of classic elegance and sporty elements in the ‘JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS’ collection by young German fashion designer Sebastian Ellrich.
A very casual collection with jumpers and slightly oversized trousers matched with bright coloured sneakers.
The Mercedes-Benz Eyewear Collection plays with semi-transparent colours in red and teal, also including timeless hues such as grey, black and brown.
Edgy casual with a sporty attitude, the Steffie Christiaens collection is designed to accompany is in our urban lifestyle.
Classic reinvented. Berlin based designer RAPHAEL HAUBER blends classic forms and patterns in creating a new modern look.
KASANE, the traditional Japanese idea expressed in a collection of carefully selected colours and textures.
Classic chic with a minimalist twist. Avoiding extremities, the collection reinvents the classics of a man’s wardrobe in a contemporary manner.
A socio-political dystopia sets the context of Asher Levine’s highly conceptual collection, placing worn-out and disfigured forms at the centre of attention.
Strikingly colourful, with detailing that uplifts the collection to the level of ultra stylish and with faux as the dominant concept.
The Autumn Winter 2012-13 menswear collection by Gaspard Yurkievich. Photography by Kira Bunse. Styling by Max Pearmain.
Shoes with clean, tectonic form disrupted by unexpected textures and cuts, as if they were corroded, inspired by the terrain’s sculptural volumes.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
A unique concrete house in an old city in Japan, with slits instead of windows, challenges the traditional form and function of the building’s openings.
Moon Hoon has added another layer to his architecture. This is not merely a residence but the wild expression of his fantasies, sexual and science fiction wise.