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20 Apr

Céline Is a Women’s Brand, But That Doesn’t Stop Men From Wearing It

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Like so many fans of fashion, the stylist Megan Bowman Gray has an unabashed love of the French label Céline. “I’ve always felt that Phoebe understands women,” she says, referring to the brand’s designer since 2009, Phoebe Philo. “The fact that she’s a working woman, that she’s a mom — she makes things that make you feel strong and powerful while you’re wearing them,” she says. “She’s on a level all to herself. I’ve been a collector of hers for the last six years. I think she can do no wrong.” Gray’s husband, the film producer Hunter Gray, shares in his wife’s enthusiasm, and has amassed his own haul of choice items from the label, including some outerwear pieces — a...
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11 Jan

Craig Green’s “Real Men”

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It’s difficult to imagine London’s menswear scene without Craig Green; in just a few short years, the designer's eponymous label has emerged as one of the most interesting menswear brands around, and his recent crowning as British menswear designer of the year at The Fashion Awards (as well as taking home last year's BFC/GQ Menswear Fund Prize) proves just how widely his renown has spread. And, for Green, it seems that things can only get better. As part of his A/W17 offering, he is launching a core collection of basics that will appear in shops (especially Bergdorf Goodman and Mr Porter) in April – and it’s a refined collection of wardrobe staples imagined by one of the most inventive designers out there....
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