It was no doubt there was a heightened trend of all-white looks for the Men’s Spring 2013 shows. The cool white statement creates relaxed, sporty silhouettes that are easily translated from the runway to this summer’s parties. Warm up your wardrobe with these three, tonal looks by Timo Weiland, Richard Chai and Robert Geller.Look 1 by Timo Weiland Japanese Cotton Shorts and Classic Button down Look 2 by Richard Chai Cotton Combo Flange Zip Placket Shirt, Crinkled Cotton Oversized Shorts & Sleeveless Zip Front Vest Look 3 by Robert Geller Sepia White Cowboy Denim Jacket, Tencel Pajama Shirt and Fabric Combo Sweatpant
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Tonight, November 8th, the world’s most proper basics brand is debuting a short film. “The Art of Socks” presentation by Etiquette Clothiers will entail a preview of their 2013 collection. The event will take place at Freemans Benchmade Bespoke Studio, in New York City at 6pm.
Maria K. on behalf of Fiftytwo Showroom
Richard Chai’s Spring 2103 runway show took place yesterday, September 6, but his vision began this past March.
Even before his first sketch, the designer had an image for his menswear and Richard Chai Love lines. “Light” – that was the word Chai used to describe his collection. “In the beginning, you have to imagine what your vision will look like,” said Chai.
The designer, depicted below before his runway show, used sheer nylon and printed floral silk throughout his pieces. “There was a winning lightness of spirit to these clothes. They looked fun to wear,” said Maya Singer of Style.com.
Chai’s fashion show, which was held at Lincoln Center yesterday, featured dark denim dresses, cropped halter tops, and flare skirts. His menswear line featured sheer polos and athletic references. “All of it was perfect for the hip urban warrior Chai has always known exactly how to dress,” raved Dhani Mau of Fashionista.com.
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Maria K. on behalf of Fiftytwo Showroom
FiftyTwo Showroom is so excited to announce the addition of the Rodebjer brand to the showroom’s 2013 Spring/Summer lineup!
Carin Rodebjer grew up far from the world of fashion, on the Swedish island of Gotland. A move to the vibrant cultural melting pot of New York City, and a time well spent at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) gave her a new set of eyes in fashion.
Her style was relaxed, effortless, and her talent apparent. Prior to earning her FIT degree Rodebjer began selling her handmade designs in high-end New York shops, giving birth to the Rodebjer brand in 1999. Since its conception Rodebjer has earned much praise, winning the Designer of the Year award by Swedish ELLE and expanding into the American market through a New York based branch of Rodebjer Inc.
Rodebjer’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection brings her distinct silhouettes and combines them with cool summer colors.
Camus shirt and Sinai pant
Maus blouse and Atacama pant
Wahiba Nature Print tank and Atacama Watermelon pant
The Short Sweater and Bardenas shorts
To learn more about Rodebjer, visit http://www.rodebjer.com/
Maria K. on behalf of FiftyTwo Showroom
John Slattery in Etiquette as featured in GQ
What makes Mad Men look so damn good? What begins with a nice slim fitting suit is taken to the next level with classic menswear accessories that complete the look and make a man into a mad man. Ties, pocket squares, and socks add splashes of color that interrupt the darkness of a suit and allow a little more creative expression.
George Lois, the original Mad Man
So when the editors of GQ were putting together a feature on John Slattery, better known as Roger Sterling, they turned to Etiquette socks for that extra pop. Every pair of socks is made in Italy and boasts the best materials and construction for the perfect timeless piece. So next time you want to look like a Mad Men, head over to Scoop and check out the collection.
More Mad Men inspiration by way Neon Mamacita
For any inquiries or appointments, contact Juliana@fiftytwoshowroom.com
Everybody loves surfers’ style. You know, the laid-back, effortlessly cool, I-just-got-off-the-beach look. Robert Geller’s four-piece capsule collection with Fred Segal man channels the west coast chic with a fade-dyed hoodie, denim rider jacket, neon-bright japanese denim, and a reversible printed sleeveless tee. Best of all, this collection would look as good on the streets of New York as it does on the boardwalks of Los Angeles.
Chilly necks, fear not: the scarf trend continues on, and Moio is prepared. Created by French designers, friends, and fashionistas Monia and Ioana, Moio is a unique collection of scarves that combines modern prints with high-end embellishments. The bright colors, fringe details, studding, and eyelets are girly-girl cute with a rock’n’roll edge. The best thing about Moio scarves? Their versatility. Most styles are reversible, so they can be worn and styled for many different looks. Voila! One scarf has become three.
Once merely a winter necessity, scarves have become a fashion staple and wardrobe essential. This easy-to-wear accessory is great for layering, and can change the look of almost any outfit. Not sure how to wear your Moio scarf? Here are some style ideas to get you started: