"Toronto boutique Nomad celebrates a decade of curating quality menswear with the release of its capsule collection. The range features three long shirts by Robert Geller, hooded shirts from Gitman Vintage, a bomber from CMMN SWDN, and an M-51 fishtail from wings+horns."
(Zarah Cheng - Hypebeast)
"Resellers hoping to make a quick buck began putting clothes on EBay immediately, with some auctions starting at $1,000 or higher. Meanwhile, angry shoppers flocked to H&M’s Facebook page to voice their discontent, sharing stories of the hours they’d spent trying to nab an item, only to come up empty-handed."
(Kim Bhasin - Bloomberg)
"What's next? 'I always considered OFF-WHITE as a lifestyle brand and these are its infant years. Men's was an obvious starting point, then women's gave me the freedom to design fully, and then furniture - that's what's next because it goes back to my original passion for 'design' design and objects, shapes and form. I'm working towards a gallery show of furniture in late 2016, early 2017 - another platform of creativity to showcase my ideas.'"
(Steve Salter - i-D)
"Fashion became pop. And I don't know if one should be ashamed or not to admit that maybe it was nicer when it was more elitist."
(Cathy Horyn - Business of Fashion)
"What hung in the closets of Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe — the woman who served as Marcel Proust’s inspiration for the Duchess of Guermantes in his novel “In Search of Lost Time;” lived through the Belle Époque and the Roaring Twenties, and was the leader of Paris’ social swirl for half a century? The first exhibition dedicated to her wardrobe, called “La Mode Retrouvée” (or “Rediscovered Fashion”), is set to open at the Palais Galliera here on Saturday."
(Laure Guilbault - WWD)