MADE Magazine Issue 8 - Page 15

MADELIFE
of gentleman or a guy that prefers a simple shirt and denim . The brand took things up a notch by giving its runway show the royal treatment with luxury attire with real-world function . The different towns of Britain influenced this season the brand heavily . The pieces have a vintage feel but like history , fashion repeats itself . The design team took Britain ’ s sub-cultures and injected some fun that previous collections haven ’ t emphasized . This collection has remnant style moments from Alessandro Michele ’ s Gucci . With that said , our hipster fellows should enjoy this collection all summer long .
MARGARET HOWELL - MEN ’ S Working a nine-to-five can make your everyday go-to suit essentials feel like Wolves of Wall Street . You can now hit the office with some ease . Yes , you ’ ll still have a suit and tie but your tailor won ’ t be a constant stop . Grab some suit essentials from Margaret Howell . During the early 1980 ’ s Margaret Howell was one of the first wave of British designers to find success in Japan opening a shop in Tokyo , today the designer has over 80 retail outlets in Japan . Howell has some experience under belt and can now style you for the summer months when you want to leave the office and hit the bar for some after hour brews . Take our advice and try the collection that meshes Mad Men and Hamptons to manage your corporate chaos without the sweat of a five-piece
suit .
XANDER ZHOU Form and function are the primary reasons you may choose the items you should rid yourselves of versus something you haven ’ t quite broken in . Get out of habit of choosing what is easiest or shop the latest collection from Xandar Zhou . Xander Zhou was born and raised in China . After studying fashion in the Netherlands , he established his label and studio in Beijing , where he quickly made a name for himself as a menswear designer . Xander Zhou has been part of London Collections : Men since its inception in 2012 . His youthful garments favor the quintessential model off-duty look with an air of unconventional charm . Ladies love charm and style . Opt for a new look that won ’ t kill your inner rebel .
CREDITS : Intro to ending : Margaret Howell , Pyer Moss Xander Zhou , and TOPMAN Design
These five designers have their own reasons for madness but we ’ re sure you ’ ll find your niche . The day of slacks or jeans with tees is over . Make your impact by leaving an unforgettable first impression . Each one of these designers has something that holds your focus . Do the same for your wardrobe . ◊
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