If old Calvin or Italo Zucchelli (Men's Creative Director of Calvin Klein) had read the book or not I leave unsaid but he truly love grey this next season. I have read that he was influenced by different shades found in old movies, old-school black and white movies.

The collection included tactile suiting, 40's silhouettes and some retro. There was also some leather/latex pants that we made a post about before here.


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1 Why Fashion Matters, 2 Facehunter, 3 Fresh Fruit & 4 Cycle Style

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Yesterday it was time for the Grammy Awards! Sam Smith was the biggest winner of the night with four Grammys won.

And here is my favourits on the red carpet


And just a couple of weeks ago the moviestars had there share at the Golden Globes.


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I thought that I should start every week with posting some street style photos that I like from Instagram and Pinterest.

I have a task this week for my Coolhunter course at Central Saint Martin, I need to go out and take some photos by myself here in London. It's going to be fun, I live in Shoreditch and here is a lot of cool and trendy people so it wouldn't be that hard to get some great pics.


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The Modern Seventies trend direction will influence fashion, beauty and lifestyle products and campaigns throughout 2015. It offers a clean, contemporary and minimalist take on the 1970's aesthetic.

Modern Seventies represents a nostalgia for simpler, 'pre-digital' times in our hectic world.

This has given rise to digital detox travel getaways, hobbies and an increase in the sales of vinyl records and cassette tapes.

Trendstop identified the Modern Seventies trend in early 2013. Key early influencers were Acne Studios, Prada, Paris street style and young designers like Grace Cooper. The Modern Seventies trend is a continuation of our 20th Century Remix trend, which takes influences from the 20th century and gives them a 21st century facelift.

Modern Seventies Lifestyle

In Modern Seventies menswear contemporary the focus on tactile texture and warm 70's inspired colourways. Neutrals are imbued tan, nougat and chocolate tones; textures include new boiled wools and reappropriated classic interlinings, textured knits and suede. Shapes are clean and modern with a touch of nostalgia. Clean and refined statement accessories and considered styling pulls everything together.

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I don't know how many fashion shows I have seen for this fall winter, but I'm really glad to see that leather pants is a common pice in lots of the collections. I know that it's not so commercial but I really hope that we will se more of it on the streets this fall.

1 Maison Margiela, 2 Maison Margiela, 3 Saint Laurant, 4 Saint Laurant, 5 Dior, 6 Dior, 7 Tiger of Sweden, 8 Tiger of Sweden,, 9 Balmain, 10 Balmain, 11 Belstaff, 12 Belstaff, 13 Costume National, 14 Costume National & 15 Dsquared

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This is Roy Rodgers fall winter collection that was showed at Pitti in Florens, and like I said so many times before here RED is the color for this fall :)

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This is really cool, the set-designer and illustrator Gary Card have re-imagining the key Paris menswear collections in his on delictately vivid style.

1 Thom Browme, 2 Saint Laurent, 3 Henrik Vibskov, 4 Dior, 5 Acne, 6 Acne, 7 Comme des Garcons, 8 Maison Martin Margiela, 9 Yohji Yamamoto, 10 Rick Owens 11 Louis Vuitton & 12 Raf Simons

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The annual awards, which this year took place at Park Lane's Hilton Hotel, celebrate the best and brightest in the world of retail, with a particular focus on concept and design.

The Future Laboratory, along with Selfridges and design studio Campaign, collected the awards for Best POP/VM Solution of the Year and the big one, the ISG UK Retail Interior of the Year award, for the best overall interior around the UK.

International store of the Year: Galeries Lafayette, Beijing

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This week H&M had its third annual Design Award under Stockholm Fashion Week, the winner was Ximon Lee.



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