‘‘Buy less, choose well, make it last” o “Remade Reduce Recycle Raeburn” sono gli slogan urlati alla fashion week londinese.

Da Vivienne Westwood a Christopher Raeburn i designers invitano ad arginare il consumismo con acquisti intelligenti ed ecosostenibili. È questo uno dei temi che hanno caratterizzato gli ultimi giorni: prendersi cura di ciò che si ha e trasformarlo in qualcosa di unico e prezioso.

Ognuno declina questa idea a proprio modo. Per molti, come A-COLD-WALL* o Xander Zhou, significa rielaborare le divise che indossiamo ogni giorno al lavoro; altri come Topman Design o Edward Crutchley scelgono di trasportare al presente mode del passato e poco importa che sia quella ‘80s dei new romantics o del Giappone del periodo Edo.

Cottweiler e Martine Rose esplorano lo sport, che diventa estremo, quasi un veicolo per sfidare sé stessi e diventare immortali; mentre Kiko Kostadinov e Matthew Miller si preoccupano dell’oscurità che avanza avvolgendo la società contemporanea.

Tutte sfaccettature della stessa medaglia.

Tutti mondi racchiusi nell’universo moda.

Ecco alcuni tra i più interessanti di questa London Men's Fashion Week SS18.

An homage to

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Martin Rose - Trevor Hughes
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Wales Bonner - James Baldwin
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Xander Zhou - Hong Kong police uniform
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Band of Outsiders - Jacques Tati's movie poster
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Cottweiler - Marathon des Sable, Illustration by John Macneill
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Charles Jeffrey Loverboy - Vivienne Westwood "Pirate" collection 1985
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Charles Jeffrey Loverboy - Portrait of Elizabeth I
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Topman Design - Steve Strange
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Joseph - David Hockney
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Edward Crutchley - 19th centuryJapanese Samurai
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Kiko Kostadinov - Manhunter
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Bobby Abley - Teletubbies

 Art & Design

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Craig Green - Matthias Grûnewald, The Isenheimer altarpiece
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Katie Eary - Robert Kushner
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Wales Bonner - Chris Ofili, Blue Biceps
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Toga Virilis - Mike Glier