Christophe Lemaire models his elegant hero after the world of Serguei Parajanvov, accompanied by images of Nicolas de Staëls and John Lury. Championing romance and strength, the wardrobe of Lemaire's man comes together with a completely fleshed out character. From the often soft nature of...

So if you're looking for an edgy look that's vintage yet modern at the same time, Ainsley's got the solution for you. I'd say she's one to look out for during NY Fashion week wouldn't you? Image source: ainsleyny.com Popularity: 1% < ? >

Look out, world... ...big styling ambition is in Dublin, by way of some great experience credentials racked up in New York City for the past few months. It looks like her transatlantic relocation has rubbed her style just the right way. There's a bang of NYC counter-culture institution...

Christophe Lemaire is Ready for his Closeup at Hermes Christophe Lemaire French designer Christophe Lemaire recently told WWD: "I feel a little bit like a wine, actually. For a long time, I was a too-young wine, and I am improving with age." Lemaire was referring to his still fairly new...

PARIS – fluid lines, minimalistic design direction- i've been enormously obsessed with christophe lemaire since he was at lacoste as creative director from 2000-2011. upon leaving lacoste, lemaire is now installed as creative director at hermès, refining the houses aesthetic even further from...

Earlier this year, Uniqlo did every man a solid by coaxing cool French designer Christophe Lemaire in-house as the head of a new line called Uniqlo U. The appointment made nothing if not good business sense for the high street retailer, given that it followed not just one but two sell-out...

Boys, look out for H&M's Burberry Prorsum-style shirt this weekend... I like to frequent the shops, if you didn't know that already, and today in H&M, the Covent Garden store in London, I spotted this rather, erm, loud foil-like blue shirt. It's part of their 'Trend' collection boys, so...

For two of those years it tapped former Lacoste and Hermès artistic director Christophe Lemaire for a capsule collection that expertly paired high street prices with luxury design. After back-to-back successes it made sense for the Japanese retailer to coax the cool French designer in-house...

"In the lead role are pleated, gaucho inspired pants in cotton canvas which sharpen up warm military-inspired pieces (rigorous duffle and wool melton), supple tweed jackets and alpaca knits" Click for images Related posts: " The Cut | Christophe Lemaire Interview " Christophe Lemaire...

to the perfectly tailored pants; i want to congratulate my friends at lemaire for another season of solid execution & further aesthetic confidence. i love labels that stick to their guns & don't feel the need to adhere to whatever everyone else is doing in fashion; which is what i feel from...

 

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