There’s a K-Pop star in town right now, who rocks around in circular mirrored glasses, a top-knot with the sides shaved, and flat-out draped style. Everywhere he goes, he gets mobbed by dozens of screaming fans who beg for photos, autographs, and attention, while onlookers observe with confused expressions. Who is he? Your guess is as good as mine. But here’s the best bit: As soon as security assists him through the teeming throngs, he walks inside the show venues and sits quietly in the second or third row, being bothered by nobody at all. Sometimes, it would seem, itClick to Continue!
Photos: Katherine Lowe Slinging an overcoat over the shoulders is a simple way for gentlemen to gain a few extra style points. The Europeans have been doing it for centuries. Today at Juun J, the designer took it one step further, adding an extra pair of shoulders, sleeves and stormflaps to jackets to give that nonchalant, multi-layered look.It could have gone terribly wrong: Too flashy and it would have reeked of wannabe American hustlers, but Juun J kept it refined in a moody palette of black, charcoal and grey, with the occasional sheepskin trim to keep things cosy. Add inClick to Continue!
Rick Owens catwalk photos: wwd After the Invercargill-esque summer we were treated to in Milan, it’s nice to have arrived in Paris where the sun is shining, the temperature high and the hospitality a familiar combination of unhelpful and rude. To kick things off, it was a short train ride over to Bercy Stadium where Rick Owens was presenting his spring collection. Outside, ghostly fashionistas withered beneath the UV rays, but inside, darkness prevailed – low lighting, rows of black seats, and a predominance of moody, avant-garde dressers. I was seated with Zambesi Man’s Dayne Johnston and other buyers andClick to Continue!