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What to Expect at Milan Men’s Week: Versace, Moschino Return, and JW Anderson Debuts

The decision to ring-fence June 21 as a digital only-day—one especially notable participant here is Charles Jeffrey Loverboy—is, Capasa added, “about optimizing everyone’s time. We discovered that mixing digital presentations around physical shows didn’t work: one would always distract from the other. And to keep Tuesday digital—where you can attend from anywhere—allows people to travel to Paris for the first shows there that night.”

Prada spring 2022 menswear

As for what hosting JW Anderson in Milan—even if fleetingly—as well as the other new international incomers says about the city’s broadening allure, he commented: “Here it is always busy for fashion. There are around 800 showrooms representing 3,000 brands, selling for seven months in the year, so this is a great place to be as a brand for distribution. And I think the fashion week is becoming more appealing internationally as a moment that combines established brands with a lot of

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It’s time men were part of the fast fashion conversation

(Raph Dilhan)

One of the things I get asked most about from my time on BBC One’s fabulous The Great British Sewing Bee last year, is the denim dress I fashioned from recycled old jeans in Episode Six. In the interest of sustainability, fans of the show have reached out to me and shared that it inspired them to dig out their old clothes (often from their husband’s wardrobes), and have a go at recycling themselves.

But I have noticed a pattern – the vast majority are women. While we are all aware by now of the need to wean ourselves off our fast fashion addiction, the emphasis is often on making women’s wardrobes more sustainable.

Refashioning and upcycling are a wonderful by-product of being able to sew, but I worry that the cultural perceptions around sewing still put men off.

All too often, traditionally “feminine” creative aspirations that boys

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Bringing Men’s Fashion to New Heights

There are plenty of height-altering shoes available for women including high heels, wedges, platforms, and more. However, the options for men are not as prominent. That’s where elevator shoes come in. If you’re wondering what elevator shoes are and how they work, you’ve come to the right place. Continue reading to uncover everything you need to know about how elevator shoes are bringing men’s fashion to new heights.

What are Elevator Shoes?

Elevator shoes are shoes for men that add an inch or two to their height. Using a taller heel insert, they add a few extra inches to your height which makes you look and feel taller. This height-increasing insole can be removable or permanent inside the shoe.

Benefits of Elevator Shoes

Appear taller

One of the primary benefits of elevator shoes is that they make you look and feel taller. Increasing the height of the wearer is what

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Howie Nicholsby of 21st Century Kilts


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If you’ve paid attention to any celebrity fashion trends in the past few years, kilts for men continuously rank incredibly popular among red carpet looks time and time again. Sure, it’s not like you’re going to see somebody rock a plaid-coated kilt at every celebrity escapade, but more often than not we’ll spot a male celebrity stepping on the scene in the old Scottish “skirt” made for men, reminding us that the trend isn’t a dying one in the slightest.

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Many male celebrities with Scottish heritage or not have been spotted sporting the classic kilt. Well-known names such as Vin Diesel, Lenny Kravitz and most recently, Travis Barker (alongside his new wife Kourtney Kardashian at the 2022 Met Gala) have dipped their toes down into kilt

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