Born in Belgium, Cédric Charlier graduated from the school of Visual Arts of Brussels. Cédric Charlier won the Moêt Hennessy Fashion Award in 1998 and subsequently worked at the House of Céline in Paris for two years under the creative direction of Michael Kors. He then joined Jean Paul Knott's studio for two other years. Afterwards he joined Alber Elbaz’s team at Lanvin where he spent six years. He caught the attention of Jean Bousquet, who in 2009 commissioned Cédric Charlier to create a new dynamic positioning for Cacharel. Cédric worked four seasons as artistic director before he set up his own brand. He has shown his first eponymous collection in February 2012, in Paris.

 

 

 

Cédric Charlier Fall 2017 was presented in Milan. The designer made his men debut with a show that also featured his women’s fall collection. In this collection blending sportswear, tailoring and details orientated, the composition was particularly interesting: the composition of the colours and of the fabrics. The lines are bold and quite geometrical.

 

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cedric charlier fall 2017 fashion collage by lelook consultancy

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Date 14/03/2017
Category Designers & Brands


Pyer Moss is a luxury Menswear label founded in 2013 in New York by Kerby Jean-Raymond. Born and raised in New York City, Kerby began his career in 2001 while still attending The High School of Fashion Industries in Manhattan. At a very early age, the designer gains experience at Kay Unger and Marchesa. In 2014, Kerby won the coveted FGI Rising Star Award in the menswear category for Pyer Moss and was also a finalist in the debut DHL Exported Prize presented by IMG Worldwide. In 2015, Kerby was named on Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

 

 

Pyer Moss’s fall line 2017 presented in New Work was inspired by old photos of his Haitian immigrant father, which resonate like a political statement. The designer said he was telling his story through fashion and Fall was part one entitled “My Father as I Remember From 1980-1999. ». The luxury sportswear collection focus on reinventing old-school aesthetics from the 80’s that includes: effortless oversize volumes, stripes, velvet, bombers, joggers and printed loose T-shirts.

 

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Pyer Moss Fall 2017 fashion collage by lelook consultancy

 

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Date 08/03/2017
Category Designers & Brands


Shikama is a handmade jewelry and objects brand designed by Sarah Shikama in Chicago since 2010. The artist and jewelry designer studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she specialized in printing, painting and fibers. Each step of production is realised in Sarah's studio and produced in limited numbered editions.

 

 

The permanent collection is made of simple shapes and emphasis on design. Her creations combine vintage findings, sculpted metals such as sterling silver or bronze and various pearls. Each piece is timeless and modern. 

 

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Shikima Jewelry fashion collage by lelook consultancy

 

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Date 01/03/2017
Category Designers & Brands


ROGGYKEI is a Japanese fashion label launched in 2014, directed by a duo of designers Hitoshi Korogi and Keiko Miyakoshi. They created the brand two years after graduating from Osaka College of Design

 

 

ROGGYKEI Autumn Winter 2017 is a unisex line. It was presented during Paris Men's Fashion Week in a showroom. Large volumes, light silhouettes and geometric patterns, ROGGYEI focus on erased boundaries between clothes and accessories.

 

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Roggykei autumn winter 2017 fashion collage by lelook consultancy

 

 

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Date 21/02/2017
Category Designers & Brands


Heron Preston is a San-Francisco born creative graduated in Design & Management from Parsons fashion school; he is the designer behind the eponymous label which belongs to Under New Guards Group. Heron made his name famous working previously for Nike, Kanye West and DJing in events worldwide.

 

 

 

Heron Preston presented his first menswear collection « For You, The World » at Paris Fashion Week. It’s a ready-to-wear collection of modern streetwear made in Italy. The designer proposes to reinvent workwear and make it fashionable featuring working uniform, utilitarian pants, camo-adorned jackets, pants and hats using reflective-material and a vibrant orange that remembers the prisoner uniform in America. Heron Preston also took inspiration from the new cool of the underground raving scene coming from East-Europe, giving a 90’s twist to the collection and writing “Style” in Russian on turtle necks as an allusion to it.

 

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Heron Preston autumn winter 2017 fashion collage by lelook consultancy


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Date 13/02/2017
Category Designers & Brands


Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton are the two designers behind Agi & Sam, a brand with the fundamental thought of presenting mainly menswear collections. In 2008, Agi completed a degree in Fashion Design and Sam in Illustration. Over the last two years they have worked in London for designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Alexander McQueen, Armand Basi, Blaak Homme, J.W. Anderson and Carolyn Massey. In 2013, they won the British Fashion Award for Emerging Menswear Designers.

 

 

The Collection Agi & Sam Fall 2017 was sponsored by Topman and Fashion East to be presented during London Fashion Week. The contemporary print based menswear line features a lot of interesting outwear garments woollen or leather focused. They used a reduced color palette of black, dark grey or navy with red, white or light grey. The silhouettes are layered with contrasting materials or colours and faces are covered by scarves. For this collection, Agi & Sam collaborated with Woolmark Company.

 

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Agi and Sam Fall 2017 fashion collage by lelook consultancy

 

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Date 08/02/2017
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PORTS was founded in 1961, by Luke Tanabe, a Canadian entrepreneur. The company began as a business that imported silk from Japan, but gradually evolved to become an upscale woman and menwear’s designer label with a reputation of focusing on craft and having an exuberant youth spirit. Nowadays the name of the brand is Ports 1961 and Natasa Cagalj is the designer in charge of the woman's line. She studied in Central Saint Martins MA program and gained experience working in the creative direction of Cerruti, Lanvin and Stella McCartney.

 

 

For the Pre-fall 2017 collection, Ports 1961 women pays homage to floras and home interiors. The designer plays with oversized proportions, layers and volumes.

 

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Ports 1961 pre-fall 2017 fashion collage by lelook consultancy

 

 

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Date 31/01/2017
Category Designers & Brands


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