By Olivia Ghantous
Last week in Copenhagen, three emerging designers spun new ideas into menswear.
Sunflower, a new Danish design collective, paid homage to traditional silhouettes with an 80's rock twist—from a head-to-toe denim look to a peak lapel jacket paired with punk-inspired boots.
The duo behind the two-year-old label, Latimmier, went uber deconstructed this season—not only in their garments, but also in the idea of businesswear. We saw everything from the tension of hyper-stylized restraint to the rejection of it, physical garments seemingly gone through a paper shredder. Pick your player.
Mark Kenly Domino Tan took menswear fabrics we all love and cut them in more feminine ways. Tan, who started the namesake brand after developing his craft at Dior, Balenciaga, and McQueen, showed us how femme draping and flares can beautifully coincide with modern suiting.
Published August 2023