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A student at the University of Exeter, Adrien is one of the most rigourous menswear appraisors out there. He is also the Creative Director of the University of Exeter's fashion society (exeterfashionsociety.com) which organises shows, photoshoots and regular events. For any comments, feed-backs, feed-forwards and questions, do not hesitate to tweet at him via @AdrienBook or email him at [email protected]

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Marks & Spencer launches the world’s ‘most sustainable suit’

Marks and Spencers has, after four years of hard work, launched “the most sustainable suit in the world” this morning (19th of May) during the the retailer’s Plan A Stakeholder meeting. One wouldn’t be able to guess so, as the suit looks like any other M&S suit, with its many qualities and few defaults, but the outfit is said to be the future of tailoring: every stitch and…

Fashion Is Great: British design celebrated at Savile Row

Savile Row was bustling with excitment today as David Gandy and Alexa Chung took part in a photo shoot to celebrate and promote the start of the UK’s first dedicated menswear showcase London Collections: Men. An exclusive open house event was held during the whole day on menswear’s most iconic street, attended by many apprentice tailors, which later posed for a photo with Alexa Chung.…

Sun, sea, sex & happiness: Orlebar Brown celebrates 5 years of swim shorts

It’s hard to believe that British men’s swimwear label Orlebar Brown has only been around for 5 years; it seems like the “OB way of life” has been on top of our mind for, well, ever. And that’s the beauty of the swimwear brand: it found a niche, and filled it in a way that one could only assume it had always been there. To celebrate half a…
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection
Orlebar Brown 5th Anniversary Shorts collection

Louis Vuitton goes dotty for Yayoi Kusama

Obsessive, repetitive, rhythmic, even hypnotic, Yayoi Kusama’s work is well known for her repeated polka dot patterns, which she uses to cover pretty much everything she sets her eyes on: painting, drawing, sculpture, film, performance, immersive installation, and as of this year, fashion. Louis Vuitton’s Creative Director Marc Jacob recently decided to work with the Japanese pop artist to celebrate her unique style, in an…
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton
Yayoi Kusama for Louis Vuitton

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