Aloysious Pang, Xu Bin, Shane Pow, Romeo Tan, Desmond Tan, Jeffrey Xu and Ian Fang
Truth be said, Singapore’s most glittering award show for their local television isn’t the Oscars or The Golden Horse for that matter. Still, there were a few gems in the sea of celebrities and here are our favourites. Pictures courtesy of xinmsn. (By Nicolas Ken)
British label Oliver Spencer give us another look at Spring/Summer 2014 with this smart lookbook and accompanying film. Inspired by artist Basquiat, the collection pushes strong, wearable color, from royal blues to warm oranges in casual suits, light outerwear, simple shirts and sports influenced separates. (By Lena Dystant)
Singapore’s leading men’s fashion magazine Men’s Folio, hit the jackpot again with their April cover of Singapore’s own model, Nick Tan who has also modelled for Dolce & Gabbana. The handsome young chap from Harvard never looked better. He was photographed by Cher Him. (By Nicolas Ken)
So, who will be the best dressed celebrity this year? Chris Wang was our favourite last year. The Star Awards season is back! Stay tuned to pourhommeofficial+ to see our best dressed celebs this year.
So, who will be the best dressed celebrity this year? The Star Awards season is back! Stay tuned to pourhommeofficial+ to see our best dressed celebs this year.
ALEXANDER WANG will be the next designer to create a collection for H&M. The young New York talent, who is also the creative director for Balenciaga, unveiled the new relationship - which will include a collection of men’s and women’s clothing, as well as his famed accessories - via Instagram last night.
"I am honoured to be a part of H&M’s designer collaborations," Wang said this morning. "The work with their team is an exciting, fun process. They are very open to pushing boundaries and to set a platform for creativity. This will be a great way for a wider audience to experience elements of the Alexander Wang brand and lifestyle." (By Lauren Milligan)
British model John Halls gets it right in white for this Details editorial, photographed by Robbie Fimmano. Halls is represented by Re:Quest.
Lanvin play with the classics in this Fall/Winter 2014 collection, adding their own contemporary slant for a younger audience. Slim tailoring in shine fabrics, knitwear in mixed yarns and added PVC panels, plaid in pullover tops rather than shirts, bright derby shoes with sneaker alternatives, all presented in a sharply styled lookbook. (By Lena Dystant)
Photographer Christoph Musiol
Model Carlos Ferra
More Summertime styles from the folks at BEAMS. This time things get a little more casual than the previous Ivy inspired offering. Youth at the forefront as always, the retailer takes on skate, ’90s references as well as the usual ’50s vibes; plenty of socks and sandals, slogan sweatshirts, bucket hats, lightweight pullover anoraks, madras, wide stripe tees and seersucker. Head to the gallery for more. (By Lena Dystant)
Pre-Fall 2014 time as the seasons race on. Louis Vuitton put together a selection of the usual luxury menswear. Slim-fit suits, fur hood parkas, super-soft leathers, lightweight knitwear as well as LV monogram luggage, fancy-man clutch bags and a Vuitton take on the crepe sole Wallabee. (Lena Dystant)
Soulland design a small collection for 420, 2014 playfully and appropriately entitled, “sWEEDen.” The capsule collection “calls for long nights, bonfires, skinny-dipping, strawberries, and weed” of course. sWEEDen is lighthearted and light-weight, with easy fabrics like sweats in soft water color prints. The Swedish flag, wooden cabins, Soulland’s ribbon and the leaf are applied to shirts, pants and shorts in childlike paintings done by hand. Shop the collection when it becomes available this Sunday, April 13. (By Elaine YJ Lee)
Diego Miguel strips for Details Magazine April 2014 issue in this Trunk Show editorial. Photographed by Doug Inglish.
The modern day prep brand Velour by Nostalgi shows us what they have in store for the coming season. The brand is known for their chinos and other strong takes on must-have items for a man’s closet. Their latest campaign features sun-beached tones mixed with stronger hues, and details such as embroidery and all-over prints.
One of the showcase pieces from the line is the new blazer, to be worn solo or with the matching suit shorts. This collection captures the way to maintain sophistication in the warmer weather. tTake a look at our gallery for the full collection, and head to the brand’s website for more details. (By Luke Allard)
Ferragamo x O’Pry–The star of Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring/summer 2014 advertising campaign, American model Sean O’Pry was on hand to co-host the Italian label’s cocktail party to celebrate the opening of its new ready to wear boutique at Saks Fifth Avenue. Wearing looks from the current spring collection, Sean was joined by fellow models Alex Lundqvist, Ryan Kennedy, Garrett Neff, Michael Lange and Diego Miguel.
Pharrell x Adidas Originals–It’s good to be Pharrell Williams. On the heels of collaborations with Comme des Garcons, UNIQLO and G-Star Raw, the Happy singer has connected withAdidas, partnering for an Adidas Originals collection, which will be released this summer. Pharrell’s summer collection will the be the first of many with Adidas Originals. Owning his own textile company, Willaims’ Bionic Yarn will be used for some of the upcoming products. Talking about the new collaboration, Pharrell shared, “Working with an iconic brand like adidas is such an incredible opportunity. From the classic track suit, to growing up in Virginia wearing Stan Smiths, adidas has been a staple in my life. Their pieces are timeless. This is an exciting partnership for both me and for Bionic Yarn.”