‘Twas the season to indulge, friends, but henceforth ‘tis the season to atone. Throughout the month of January, we’ll be bringing you all sorts of Wellness Realness—information and inspiration you can use to get out of lax mode and into good-for-you mode. Or, at least, stop eating cookies for lunch and skipping your morning run.
Image by Chris Cantino
We go hard on the elliptical machine to their DJ mixes and feel all emotional while playing their pop/hip-hop/dance album “Push Thru.” But at this moment, we mostly respect the hell out of the guys in the duo Magic Fades–Portland, Oregon, musician-athletes Mike Grabarek and Jeremy Scott–for their success as curators of Health Goth, the influential Facebook page that in 2014 propelled them to recent meetings as consultants with Adidas.
They’ve done it all with some in-house digital design (in partnership with Chris Cantino and Jan-Peter Gieseking) but mostly just their own taste and the belief that they know what’s dope, and a lot of passion for sneakers like the Nic Galway-designed Adidas Tubulars and these wet-looking Air Maxes. On the phone, Grabarek and Scott talked to us about their partnership with Adidas, fit-for-life attitudes and how Health Goth represents an attack on Portland’s dream of the 1890s.
See the shows and street style of Paris Fashion Week through the masterful photographic lens of Joshua Woods. Keep reading for the full gallery—including an up-close look at collections by Paul Smith, Rick Owens, and AMI Alexandre Mattiussi—and if you missed them, catch up on Josh’s photo journals from London and Milan.
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Spring is here—and as much as we can appreciate bold color, we know it’s not for everyone. No one understands this better than Rick Owens, the reigning king of avant-garde, neo-ninja streetwear.
We took a trunk-full of his Spring 2013 collection for a test drive through our favorite Seattle neighborhoods, and found out that—despite their somber palette—these pieces are fully warm-weather-compatible. (Think butter-soft lambskin bombers, a feather-weight windbreaker and sweaters in airy Italian wool.)
When the rest of the world is in full bloom, what better way to differentiate yourself than donning all black? (Short of taking Owens’ own advice and shaving off your eyebrows—see rule #1.)
Rick Owens ‘Mollino’ Lambskin Leather Jacket
and ‘Island’ Hooded Merino Wool Sweater
Left: Rick Owens ‘Island’ Crewneck Merino Wool Sweater
Rick Owens ‘Mollino’ Bomber Jacket and Elastic-Waist Drop-Crotch Pants
Rick Owens ‘Sternberg’ Lambskin Leather Bomber Jacket
and ‘Perfecto’ Lambskin Leather Biker Jacket
Rick Owens ‘Perfecto’ Lambskin Leather Biker Jacket,
‘Island’ Merino Wool Cardigan and Elastic-Waist Drop-Crotch Pants
SHOP ALL: RICK OWENS | DESIGNER COLLECTIONS
[Photography: Robin Stein. Styling: Ashley Helvey. Model: Gus Drake.]
The second day of men’s shows in Paris was packed with too many insane moments to summarize—but we’ll do our best. Here are the highlights from our Men’s Fashion Director, who caught every minute up-close and in-person.
Dries Van Noten
“An extraordinary collection of the most considered fashion of the season.
Electrified Paris last night.”
“An elegant collection that woke up the senses.”
“Unexpected proportions made this collection a standout.”
“Bold black and white.”
“Clean and polished.”
“Smart new look this season.”
3.1 Phillip Lim
“Easy summer clothes.”
Quotes by Tommy Fazio, Nordstrom Men’s Fashion Director.
In case you missed it, check out Tommy’s runway highlights from Paris Day One, plus exclusive iPhone shots from his favorite show so far.
[Photos courtesy of Style.com.]