Philipp Plein

Not long time ago, Philipp Plein was a real outsider to the fashion fashion system. But now as giants like Gucci, Saint Laurent and others struggle to define the future of fashion or simply the ‘right now’. Plein gains ground with NY street credibility this season. Although we still have have problems with the macho image of the brand, we admit to really dig some of this collections pieces like this worked fur that is not overdoing it. Philipp really captures the right now with its creations and setting.

Oscar de la Renta

Honestly the brand itself isn’t one of the most exciting in the fashion scene. But still (for America) its an incredibly elegant and high standard brand. The colors and sequins are really flash backing us to Raf’s debut at Dior. We love that the brand evolves and works with new material as this blue neoprene jacket.

Gareth Pugh

OK YES YES YES! More of this Bitch. Gareth is a true drama queen’s dream! He brings back fashion in fashion! In a such anti-fashion consumer-driven time we live in, the creative side has suffered to much. It is even more a pleasure to see this one’s not giving fucks and puts soul in his clothes. Chapeau!


‘The Shearling brewery’ Dynamic duo Dean und Dan Caten showed a furry and very mixed collection in Milan. Please find our short résumé based on tags: mix mix, hipster, rough casual, streetwear, the runway of blogerstyle. Time is too precious to put more words on this collection.

Calvin Klein

Maybe one of the most anticipated moments of the season. After leaving a radical modernisation at Dior, he inspired a whole industry to a much modern way of putting fabrics and materials together. Raf’s take on the United States: almost a pale color army with some references to royal tennenbaums, which was kinda a trend this season (Gucci, Fendi). We instantly fell in Love with the yellow dress that has its fur covered by a PVC overlay.

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