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Collezioni Sport & Street 81

Bilingual magazine Italian/English. The most complete compendium on modern sportswear and streetwear. Research fashion labels, trend setting brands, the most innovative designers. From street to international catwalks, passing through trade exhibitions, a three monthly which gathers together and previews all the sector trends. 4 issues per year. Il più completo compendio dello sport e dello streetwear contemporanei. Le fashion label di ricerca, i marchi che fanno scuola, i designer più innovativi. Dalle strade alle passerelle internazionali, passando per i saloni specializzati, un trimestrale in grado di raccogliere e anticipare tutte le tendenze del settore. 4 edizioni l’anno.

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2 min
edito reportage

More pages, more than 40 articles, more than 130 brands, more content for an Autumn/ Winter 2016 in the name of keywords like genuineness and authenticity, validity and originality, leitmotifs of the conversation with David Tognetti, the new creative director at Oakley. A need for authenticity and reality that we have tried to capture not only in the three photo shoots, one whose protagonists are some students of the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Milan, the other a set of characters from London and finally the third dedicated to a boxer, as a whispered hint of the forthcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. But also in all the other sections of the magazine, from the Buyer's Guide to the Catwalks, from the Style Musts to the News. Our…

2 min
a new urban fable

Dedicated to the fascination of imperfection, unstable equilibrium, harmonious contrasts, the first Bad Deal collection for A/W 2016 is born from the creative clash between the visionary writer ZOOW 24 and the romantic fairytale writer Martina Rubini, becoming a concrete project in collaboration with the graphic designer Luca Rancy. As in a modern metropolitan fairy tale, the main protagonist of the collection is the street in all its most vivid different manifestations: “at night, in the afternoon, in a corner or a square”. This is how the Bad Deal knits are born, designed, manufactured in Italy, jacquard embroidered, packaged in old hand assembled books. With its own cover, each sweater tells a story and looks with irony to over-sized clothes with fine mate-rial street looks and eccentric prints inspired by…

1 min

“I was inspired by city streets, crashed cars and crushed steel. It’s the shine of high-visibility neon and reflective fabrics in city lights: a modern wardrobe of new casual luxury without formalwear. I wanted something strong and tough - the inspiration originally came from the ‘car crash’ sculptures of John Chamberlain - but made sophisticated and wearable. I think it’s a collection that really reflects the world around me; it’s literally about the street” reveals the hugely talented Christopher Kane about the Autumn/Winter 2016 menswear collection. Hence, oversized baggy silhouettes and relaxed, simplified, boxy volumes for loose pleat-front tailored trousers and soft jersey tracksuit bottoms, elongated sweatshirts, hoodies and jacquard knits. There are also a number of strong technical features such as the use of crushable aluminium and highly reflective…

1 min
casual can be classic

First choice leathers, updated design, fashion details. The Autumn/Winter 2016 collection by Franceschetti marks a stylistic continuum in the centennial history of the brand from Marche, Italy, fuelled by a succession of four generations of entrepreneurs and now operating in many key international markets. Not without unexpected elements, the new dandy is routed towards partially unexplored paths. The typical leather soles, distinctive element of Franceschetti footwear, sit now alongside today's alternatives in rubber or in E.V.A, perfectly matchable to the most casual outfits as well as to less informal occasions. Because the contemporary gentlemen mixes and dares. By adding rubber to a classic English shoe, by combining black and dark brown calfskin to soles made in leather and rubber, by matching faded leathers and technical fabrics. In a friendly meeting…

2 min
modern classics

The story of an icon starts with a love for golf and the desire to expand in the United States of America. The Miller brothers of Baracuta combined the shape of the iconic MA 1 bomber jacket with their own expertise in rainwear and created what soon become an icon by using unique features such as the umbrellashaped back, the dog-ear collar for better neck movement, the raglan sleeve to improve arm movement, the pockets designed to hold golf balls. Much loved by golfers, the G9 soon became a cult item after been worn on and off screen by a certain Mr. Steve McQueen. Strictly Made in England to this day, the jacket was soon adopted as part of the uniform of a number of youth tribes including Mods, Skinheads,…

1 min
forever young

It is a story that constantly re-innovates itself without ever forgetting its origins that ties Tela Genova to the most famous fabric in the world. Born as workwear and developed into a prestigious fabric, denim is a source of constant inspiration for the brand which reinterprets function and aesthetics through innovation and research. For A/W 2016, the brand was carried away by dark canvases with blends of rustic yarns that give a warm look and by expertly washed cotton canvases either with checks, stripes, twills, herringbones. Made according to a know-how comprising of avant-garde and artisanal technology, the collection is characterised by the use of Kuroki, the precious traditionally handmade Japanese fabric, and of the renowned smart label, a real communication tool to recount the vision, style, content of the…