Now that the dust has settled following Men’s Fashion Week, here are just a few highlights from our favourite designers.
Balenciaga at Paris Fashion Week
Balenciaga’s twist on corporate wear caught our eye at Paris Fashion Week with their AW17 menswear collection. The newly appointed Demna Gvasalia, kicked off the show with a stunning array of tailoring and corporate His idea was to modernise archetypes of business attire with warmth, softness and comfort, an idea that is very close to our hearts here at Studio 104 where we are passionate about uniform being smart but also comfortable and practical.
Prada at Milan Fashion Week
The show at Prada saw the designers employ a lot of textured fabrics including corduroy and leather in a departure from last season which was predominantly nylon. We are always exploring and researching new and innovative fabrics when sourcing fabric for a new client’s uniform collection, as we have to look at fabrics that appeal to the client’s aesthetics but also perform to our high quality standards.
Kiko Kostadinov at London Fashion Week
In Kiko’s AW17 showcase he creatively explored the idea of modern uniform. The designer incorporated functionality and silhouettes of everyday practical workwear through new garment construction techniques. This brought attitude and shape to his collection. Studio 104 are always on the search for unique techniques to assist with functionality and durability
Other highlights included Neil Barratt, Diesel and Paul Smith