Oh, what? Were you expecting Mad Men or something? Sorry, you got dudes in hot pants instead. Actually, this film found by the Pathé Fashion Archives (God bless their souls), isn't as straight up silly as it may seem. Not only does it display how — sigh — intimate fashion shows used to be, but it reveals evidence that menswear designers were attempting the same feminine silhouettes and challenging cuts that Jean Paul Gaultier and John Galliano would delve into 50 years later. It may also mark the menswear runway debut of John Cavanagh who — despite those swim trunks — went on to some acclaim in (surprise) womenswear (note that the narrator calls him "Dale Cavanagh" in the film). Finally, check out that punk nailhead belt. We wonder if Vivienne Westwood was a Cavanagh fan... (Pathé Fashion Archives)
London. Milan. Paris. New York? The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) is looking at adding NYC to the men's fashion week circuit.
“We have a lot of boxes we can check off as of now,” Steven Kolb, the CFDA's chief executive officer, told WWD. “We have enough designers who could be a collective of read
Okay, so not to sound like we have a one-way ticket on the jaded train or anything, but we guess we’ve gotten pretty used to working with some completely amazing and admirable people. And, don’t get us wrong or anything: there’s nothing we love more. We won't lie, this day job has some serious perks. That said, every read