With an emphasis on seasonal sophistication, Turkish label NetWork have utilised the sharp looks of Spanish model Andres Velencoso Segura within their new AW13 campaign. This, coupled with a focus on sleek silhouettes and clean modern designs, helps their vibrant collection stand out from the crowd. A rich palette of plum, navy and toffee brown separates NetWork’s offering from the other somewhat generic seasonal collections. A formal aesthetic, formed by strong suiting and crisp colour combinations, features prominently throughout, with the more casual looks delivering a range of seasonal textures whilst showcasing intelligent and wearable layering techniques. Accessories play a vital part within the campaign, too, with gloves, pocket squares, ties and scarves all adding an individual touch to the styling of the looks. Stand out pieces from the range include the brown leather panel jacket and the black jacket with leather trims. However, it could be argued that it is the toffee blazer that truly pops. It’s versatile design and warm seasonal tone simply make it an ideal transitional piece for your wardrobe. In an attempt to introduce a touch of sophistication to AW13, NetWork have fused chic designs with an alternative palette to deliver a range of truly accessible pieces. Find out more and shop the latest collection at network-tr.com.
Kanye West, Shawn Mendes and the Beckham boys show their fashion taste
Fashion month is here, bringing with it a three-week-long showcase of collections from some of the world’s biggest brands. Staged in New York City, London, Milan, and finally ending in Paris, fashion month, which comprises four separate fashion weeks, takes place typically in February and September, and sees the likes of Tom Ford, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Coach present their upcoming collections, which in this case are the SS’23 lines.
Russell Westbrook’s New Appearance
Could it be the Bieber effect? This year saw the Purpose singer’s new take on the classic grungy look—Kurt Cobain–friendly plaids and well-worn tees and jeans paired with sick kicks—onstage and on the road with his pop-up merch shops. But one major male who is adapting the style for his athletic frame is none other than clotheshorse and designer Russell Westbrook.