Dsquared is a fashion brand that was created by two twin brothers from the small village of Willowdale, Ontario, Canada. The brothers, Dean and Dan Caten have been involved in the fashion business for the past 28 years on an international scale. The cocktail that the duo serves for spring 2018 is a mix of tropical motifs, Western vibes and a pinch of Boy Scouts. This season the DSquared2 designers present a collection covered in a number of different patterns, from flower print pants lined with metal studs along the side to jackets and shirts made from pre-distressed denim. DSquared shoes capture the label’s striking yet nonchalant aesthetic.
Jeckerson is the history of an idea that grew into a brand of great success. It started in 1995 on a golf course: Carlo Chionna, a passionate golfer, invented a special pair of trousers with alcantara inserts on the thighs for drying the hands before teeing off. The initial functionality of the patches rapidly led to the establishment of Jeckerson trousers as iconic products known for their distinctive image, construction and fit.
A simple and informal solution that rapidly grew into a whole sportswear line, Jeckerson, a fictitious name that sounds of British traditions: golf, riding and sailin and of locations where the atmosphere is distinctly club house.
It is a Made in Italy clothing line. Jeckerson jeans are its core product from the beginning, characterized by the highest levels of quality and innovation and by perfection in terms of cuts and choice of materials.
Kenzo Takada, the founder of the brand, was educated at Bunka in Japan and moved to Paris in the Sixties. He was one of the first fashion designers to use models of different races on the catwalk, and his first success came from garments made out of scraps of African textiles he bought at Parisian flea markets.
Kenzo was one of the first to bring ethnic-chic to the street, he delighted in the folkloric fairy tale, whether it originated in Old Bohemia, Mother Russia, the Manchu Dynasty, the Samurai Era of his homeland, Japan.
Over three decades, Kenzo expanded into menswear, jeans, childrenswear, a home collection, fragrances, and a flagship boutique in the Place des Victoires, along the way finding time to celebrate the 10th, 20th and 30th anniversaries, The 1990’s also bought change with, firstly, the ‘house’ becoming part of the LVMH Luxury Brands Group, in 1993, and, finally, in 1999, Kenzo Takada’s decision to step down. After Kenzo‘s retirement, Antonio Marras was appointed as creative director until 2010.
Humberto Leon and Carol Lim were nominated creative directors of Kenzo at the beginning of 2011. Since then, in just a few seasons, they turned upside down the ethnical references typical of the brand while preserving the playful and joyful inspiration. They started to design new collections that have inaugurated a new trend in the fashion of the New Millennium. This consists in an easy brand with a good quality/price ratio, desirable and signed, half way between the creative aspirations of the designers and those coming from the sensibility of the fashion people. It was a new experiment of democratic fashion, where democratic stands for easier accessibility to a world elitist by nature. In the end, they established the casual luxury. The result is a collection featuring desirable clothes, easy but with a substance: trousers, jeans, bombers with raglan sleeves, jackets and dresses. Last season, the tiger printed on jumpers made the sold-out, and was a popular wear in most fashionable streets and premises.
There is a common thread running through Armani’s stylistic development that is closely associated with the change in contemporary society. It led to the creation of clothing and accessories that aimed at a clean, simple style, beyond fashion, designed to enhance the personality of the person who wore it.
Throughout the years, Giorgio Armani created several secondary lines of clothing and accessories that retails at lower prices. Classic yet contemporary, the Armani Jeans Clothing range is second to none. Originating in 1981, the brand has been a leader in menswear designer fashion for years. The line, however, includes a more diverse range of colors and styles than the high end Giorgio Armani selection from the same designer. Not featuring the same simplicity, Armani Jeans will ensure you stand out from the crowd yet keeping the class of the Armani brand.
Like all other diffusion lines of Armani, the Emporio Armani line sells shirts, jeans, accessories, jackets, footwear and more. You won’t be disappointed with the level of quality this brand unwraps, with the focus on impeccable products and style. While Armani Jeans still specializes in denim, and is where you will find the highest quality denim products within Armani, the Emporio Armani range offers casual and smart clothing for your everyday activity.
CALVIN KLEIN is a global lifestyle brand that exemplifies bold, progressive ideals and a seductive, and often minimal, aesthetic. With the appointment of Raf Simons, the brand was renamed Calvin Klein 205 W39 NYC. Raf Simons continues to drop a very modern look for the label , the new 2017 CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC collection , named after the company’s global headquarters at 205 W 39 Street in New York City, highlights the new Chief Creative Officer’s artistic and curatorial perspective of the brand.
Founded in Italy in 1978 by Renzo Rosso, DIESEL is famous for its expertise in denim and high-end street wear. From tapered Diesel jeans to casual Diesel t-shirts, Styledrops’ Diesel selection boasts ready-to-wear pieces for every modern man and woman. Browse our Diesel Clothing range to find t-shirts and denim at bargain prices!
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The new Gucci collection FW 2017 at Milan fashion week was inspired by the past. “We need to let the world not go so fast. If you’re doing that, you don’t reflect, and in these times we need to reflect more.” said the creative director Alessandro Michele.
He also added “I’m trying to follow my rules, not fashion rules,” which resulted in a footwear collection rich in variety which includes crystal decorated sandals, pearl stringed Mary-Jane, sparkle and studded loafers, dragon embroidered spike pumps, python boots and so on, all part of his “alchemist’s garden” as Michele termed it.