Streetwear is a tricky thing to define at the best of times. It has existed on the fringes of the fashion industry for decades, associated variously with skateboarding, hip-hop, graffiti and other urban subcultures, but it couldn’t really be said to belong to any one of them.
With the Kenzo Paris Poppy Collection, Nigo continues to honour Kenzo Takada’s exuberant visual codes.
For many of us, being prohibited from vacationing abroad has been one of the most painful upshots of the global pandemic.
For the third drop of Maharishi’s SS22 collection, Hardy Blechman reinforces the mantras which have long sat at the core of the label.
Floral themes, patterns and motifs are a timeless wardrobe staple that put a whimsical spin on your look and typically shine brightest in the spring and summer months.
This collection exemplifies the brand’s DNA of mountain and exploration innovation in the most extreme conditions. Blurring the lines between hiking and camping activities, the assortment features performance outerwear with GORE-TEX technology, plus a range of technical tops and pants.
With the KENZO Denim Boke Flower Collection, Nigo showcases his longstanding love of premium denim, fusing Japanese craftsmanship with his boke flower graphic created upon his arrival at the fashion house.
Amiri’s latest collection has once again been one of the undisputed highlights of our SS22 showcase.
Mr Ralph Lauren may not be the sole inventor of the quintessentially American, preppy look his brand has become known for, but he’s certainly responsible for its enduring relevance in contemporary menswear.
Since being founded 50 years ago by the pioneering Massimo Osti, C.P. Company has continuously blazed trails in terms of garment experimentation.
The Easter bank holiday is on the horizon and if you’re anything like us, you’re hopefully making plans with friends and loved ones and doing what you can to make the most of the April break.
Kith and Columbia Sportswear debut Kith for Columbia 2022, their newest 45-piece collection of apparel and accessories inspired by the outdoor lifestyle and interpreted through the Kith lens.
There’s nothing quite like a good T-shirt. Whether you’re big on logos or like yours striped, plain or printed, a good T-shirt rotation is one of the most reliable cornerstones in every man’s wardrobe.
The Fear of God ESSENTIALS Core collection sits outside of seasonal restraints, offering a selection of refined and modular garments for year-round wear.
2022 marks 20 years’ worth of collaborative exhibitions between Yohji Yamamoto and adidas by ways of their joint creative endeavour Y-3.
A-COLD-WALL*’s SS22 collection is centred around a four-word manifesto: motion, form, oscillate and converge.
With 3 ready-to-wear collections now under his belt, it’s safe to say that Matthew M. Williams has more than settled into his role as Creative Director at the label.
After a bumper month of menswear shows, Paris Fashion Week rounded things off in style, with the international style crowd descending on the French capital to serve up a sartorial feast for the eyes.
This season, Raf Simons partners with Smiley to create a collection inspired by hope and optimism.
Kith reprises its partnership with Team USA on an elevated lifestyle collection to celebrate the Olympic Winter Games taking place in Beijing, China.
Escaping the hustle and bustle of London’s sprawling metropolis to the traditional seaside town of Margate, glimmering lights, dazzling attractions and beach air offer the perfect backdrop for a day of exploration.
The Wild West that is the sneakerverse is not a place you want to go out into alone. Amid the surprise drops, the brand collaborations, the limited-edition reissues; the Air Maxes, Air Jordans and Dunks; the high-tops, the low-tops and every top in between, even the self-proclaimed sneakerhead can find themselves in a tailspin, in desperate need of navigation.
For SS22, Nick Wakeman’s Studio Nicholson continues to take a modular approach to design, creating garments with a focus on cuts, materials and refinement.
Kith partners with Lucasfilm to create a collection inspired by their iconic franchise Star Wars™ franchise. This collaborative collection features a range of apparel, accessories and home goods crafted for men’s and kid’s.
Manastash is a label committed to creating high-performance outerwear, utilising premium materials and utilitarian details.
In and around the studio. Nick Sethi, American-born photographer of Indian heritage, presents Levi’s universe through his lens.
Kith and adidas Terrex reprise their partnership for a third installment of apparel, accessories and footwear.
Polar Skate Co.’s approach to design is all about creativity and authenticity, something captured perfectly by the label’s AW21 collection.
With winter season outfit options now very much the order of the day, we thought we’d share with you our hot knitwear picks from the season and explore the ways in which you can get the most of them now and over the coming months.
Anna Adamo, Milan-based photographer, shows us how emotions can take shape and can be described through images with extreme sensitivity. A man and a river, a metaphorical relationship of inexorable flow and perpetual change.
Kith Women presents its Fall 2021 collection, a lifestyle-forward assortment that includes Fall 2021, Fall Classics, and Activewear apparel.
The Pre-SS22 collection epitomises Wood Wood’s approach to design, with the label blurring the lines between refined and laidback.
To celebrate the launch of the Nike MMW 004 Collection, Kith interviews Matthew Williams to talk through the inspiration behind his latest collection with Nike, challenges faced, and more.
Fleeces are enjoying a bit of a renaissance period as of late, due in part to the sudden dip in temperature we’ve recently experienced.
Stüssy takes us into the colder months with the Holiday ’21 collection, fusing their bold aesthetic with cosy winter staples.
Gone are the days of reminiscing about sun-filled days as the season of rejuvenation and change has now arrived.
The winds of winter (or at least autumn at this stage) are slowly beginning to descend upon our shores, necessitating a re-evaluation of our daily wardrobes and getting us all excited for winterwear once again!
Kith presents an editorial for the Stone Island Ghost Capsule. This seven-piece capsule introduces a range of silhouettes in Stone Island’s Moro palette.
Often imitated but never quite matched, Polo Ralph Lauren is the essence of 1970s Americana.
WTAPS often looks to military garb to inspire its collections, and AW21 is no exception.
Barbour and A Bathing Ape join forces for the first time, fusing Ura-Hara streetwear with heritage styling.
For AW21, New York-based Corridor looks to the natural world, creating a collection that’s inspired by the earthy hues of the forest.
Returning with their trademark skate style, Pop Trading Company prepare for AW21.
The Swedish outerwear stalwarts continue their voyage into the heart of technical innovation with respect for the natural world.
Presenting their latest offering as Puma MMQ, the German sportswear legends deliver the perfect embodiment of premium athleisure style.
Exhibiting a playful approach to menswear design, Simon Porte Jacquemus’ eponymous label combines bright palettes with a contemporary French attitude.
Stone Island’s Shadow Project line has evolved from being a diversionary experiment to a fully realised diffusion label all onto itself, one that has continued to push the boundaries of innovation and performance in menswear apparel since its inception in 2008.
Givenchy continues to blaze the trail for modern luxury fashion, infusing artisanal details, graphic and symbolic imagery and streetwear-inspired schematics into their contemporary collections.
Delivering the perfect contrast of robust outerwear, street ready style and sophisticated garments.
For our latest featurette, we’re turning our attentions towards our fitness goals once again. There isn’t really a bad time to prioritise your physical wellbeing, but with some of us still striving to shake the last few unwanted lockdown pounds, we thought this would be a great opportunity to inspire ourselves back to peak fitness!
The London-based label continue their exploration into the duality of the modern world.
It’s really not been easy to keep track of the weather of late, with Britain recording one of its wettest and sunless summers in many a year. The increasingly unpredictable weather has admittedly made it difficult for us to plan outfits and get our wardrobes in order for the season. But where most see obstacles, our style team at Zoo Fashions see opportunities.
Dubbed “Eye/LOEWE/Nature”, the Spanish luxury brand introduce a new collection inspired by the great outdoors.
Stone Island Shadow Project, the experimental diffusion label spearheaded by ACRONYM®’s Errolson Hugh, has been an integral member of our brand portfolio for many seasons now. We’ve enjoyed introducing veteran Stone Island enthusiasts to the lesser-known Shadow Project over the years and now, we’re delighted to complete the story with the addition of the mainline collection to our AW21 showcase.
Journeying from the city into nature, Yohji Yamamoto’s avant-garde sportswear brand places protection and santuary at the forefront.
Celebrate the colour blue as the highest expression of adidas’ sporting heritage with the two London-based artists.
Tracksuits and sets are always amongst the most popular requests from our clients when perusing the latest offerings in our seasonal showcases. Whether it be a matching hoodie and sweat pants or a sporty track top and bottoms, there’s just something immensely satisfying about achieving the ‘total’ look intended by the designer (especially for all you fashion completionists out there!).
Presenting Drop 1 of their AW21 collection, Jerry Lorenzo’s celebrated basics line lands in a palette of warm brown tones and leafy green hues.
A milestone moment in the UK’s proposed roadmap out of lockdown has finally come to pass. Following the latest update, most indoor entertainment and hospitality venues have been permitted to operate once again (albeit in a limited capacity), allowing for the reopening of our favourite bars, restaurants, cinemas and even hotels.
Demna Gvasalia’s SS21 presentation brings about a refreshing change of pace from the hauntingly dark and apocalyptic atmosphere that defined his previous showcase, one that echoed the sense of hopelessness that existed at the epicentre of the pandemic.