Kim Jones continues his round the World voyage for Louis Vuitton with his latest collection of Jaipur inspired zig-zag print silk scarves, monogram totes, tanned deer doctor bags, and Indian sundials. Go here for more.
A private museum designed by Frank Gehry will house 11 galleries showcasing LVMH’s corporate art collection. Set to open on October 27th, the Paris-situated landmark is estimated to have cost almost $140 million. Read more on LVMH’s biggest architectural undertaking here.
Mark McNairy and Woolrich Woolen Mills visit Jurassic Park for their Spring/Summer 2015 lookbook. See the full collection here.
Eat Dust combine the grit of a serviceman with the elegance of a gentleman to create Fall/Winter 2014 collection that is built to last and bound to impress. The military cuts and colors offer a tough yet dapper look that one could wear both casually and formally. View this style and the rest here.
The iconic G9 Harrington in royal blue. England’s Baracuta offer a first look at Ivory Label for Spring/Summer 2015 and you can view the reworked classic silhouettes here.
Ace Hotel and leather goods expert Hender Scheme collaborate on a pair handmade beige slippers. Read more here.
For London Collections: Men, TOPMAN Design present their Spring/Summer 2015 collection entitled SEVENTIESNINETIES. The show, as evident by its name, is inspired by the 1970s and ’90s– two decades that are arguably the most fashion-eccentric. View more of the psychedelic and glam clubbing clothing here.
New Balance and Ebbets Field offer July 4th exclusives for J.Crew. The patriotic red,white and blue leather strap cap and 998 sneakers are available for pre-sale on June 14th and officially launch June 18th. Visit here to get the details on the products and their expected release.
David Beckham adds a touch of his innovative style to Belstaff’s luxury moto classics. See more of the Summer 2014 collaboration here.
Denim and vintage enthusiast rejoice as Atelier de l’Armée unveil their Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook. Inspired by the Middle East and the blue hue of the ocean, the lookbook features head-to-toe denim outfits perfect for the warm weather. View more of the beach-friendly outfits here.
Chrome’s newest artist to join their Yalta LTD Artist series is Japan-based “live painter” NOA. NOA uses music to inspire the strokes in his graffiti-like abstract rendition of a black fog on a Chrome Yalta Rolltop bag. View him in action here.
Los Angeles-based artist Jen Stark cuts and assembles paper to design cosmic bursts of color and texture. View more of her amazing work here.
The Alfred Hitchcock Tee from the screen printed icon series by Simple People and Kapok. View the other recognizable icons reduced to playful abstractions here.
Watch John Farnworth show off his moves with the new Paul Smith limited edition leather printed football here.
Wooyoungmi’s brand Solid Homme release their Spring/Summer 2014 collection. View the textural patterns and vibrant colors in classic silhouettes here.