Filed under: Mens rag | Tags: accessory rag, Brand Rag, dressing room rag, first by jeffrey campbell, harmon, jeffrey campbell, Label Rag, Mens rag, Oak, Shoe rag, Shop Rag, Style rag, Timberland, Timberland boot company, Trend rag
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One of Men’s Rag Favorite collections to grace the Spring/Summer 09 runway was the Tim Hamilton collection. The amazing stylized collection is most memorable for its sleek casual Styling with monochromatic knits.
Over We are the Market, the great designer recently sent over a sneek peak at his SS09 lookbook shot with renowned fashion photographer Will Davidson. The collaboration between Hamiltons Collection and Davidsons artistic eye just brings more to the thrill of the brilliant Collection.
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A Post about something remotely Halloween is predictable and suitable for today, Lets face it, it was bound to happen. Even though I’m not Dressing up for this day of tricks ‘n’ treats, I still have the Halloween Spirit. So, to ignore the fact that it’s my favorite holiday would just be silly.
Many of you out there already are in the spirit and have your costumes ready to go, but If you haven’t Planed your costume yet, I suggest you consider paying homage to some of our great current designers of our time. Argentinean born photographer Diego Uchitel Stylized this photoshoot taken for Black magazine and deliciously grabbed the likes of Victor & Rolf , Vivienne Westwood, and of Course the legend himself Karl Lagerfeld. We couldn’t leave him out -Please.
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Spring ’09 is all about ’89! Over at Refinery 29 they’re all about sharing the new Opening Ceremony lookbook for Spring/summer 09. For a while now, trends have been tapping into the 90’s “retro” playing field and we haven’t yet taken the full plunge into the “generation X” World. It seems lately that we have been in the waiting pool of 1989, which Opening ceremony’s S/S09 collection seems to be splashing in. The women’s collection for S/S 09 channels a Beverly Hills 90210 prom day, While the men’s line reflects a day at Bayside high ala Saved by the bell.
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Filed under: Mens rag | Tags: Art rag, BUCKSTYLE, BUCKSTYLE Magazine, Look Rag, Mag rag, Mens fashion Magazines, Mens rag, News rag, read it rag, Style rag, Trend rag
On October 30th BUCK Magazine launches world wide. The new men’s style magazine features fashion, Bands,Artists and Home decor just to name a few topics. The monthly publication features street style from around the globe in each fashion forward issue. A unique part of this new men’s mag is their love for fine cuisine content devoted to recipes and chef profiles which the magazine does bi-annually. When you pick up your first issue of BUCK, You’ll get treated to a one-on-one editorial with the up and coming all girl band Ispo Factor.
Photo By Rebecca Thomas
Wondering where you can pick up this independent thinking and contemporary magazine? Well, here in the U.S, BUCK will be on sale at 35 Barnes & Noble stores and in many independent retailers in New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Paris, and Milan.
BUCK offers its reader a unique take on the growing trend for men’s wear. The combination of features of affordable street fashion is something that certain men’s magazines tend to ignore, so when the demand is needed for editorial content we can all relate to, BUCK picks up the the slack.