LUDOVIC DE SAINT SERNIN
Ludovic's campaigns and runway shows, applying the ’90s supermodel era to men’s clothing, have positioned the Parisian clothing line as one of the raciest menswear brands on the market. The brand’s sexiness relies on a careful game of Tom Ford -at-Gucci-era hide-and-seek — balancing exactly how much to give away and how much to hide.
SIBERIA HILLS - FW20 ''Siberiaism, by The Spiritual Children''
Siberia Hills was founded by Daf Orlovsky. When Orlovsky met Kanye West as a high school student, it gave him confidence to pursue fashion in a way he previously didn’t think was possible. After dropping out of Parsons Design School, Orlovsky traveled the world, taking in inspiration for his brand. Siberia Hills came onto the scene with items featuring popular anime characters from Sailor Moon but has since changed his aesthetic every season.
ANDREA YA'AQOV | THE ESSENTIAL
Italian brand Andrea Ya’aqov loves contrasts, the unexpected, the essential.
His collections can be defined as urban and futuristic , specially in the choice of ever contrasting materials and treatments that tell of his love for the opposite, linear against irregular geometry, white vs. black.
Unstitched edges, overlapping cuts, glossy-matte contrast and minimalist colors highlight the character of each garment designed by Ya’aqov.