Design Space Magazine – FALL 2013

repairedFor more than 7 years, readers have turned to Design Space for creative inspiration, coverage of the burgeoning design world, and profiles of groundbreaking designers and provocative projects reshaping the creative landscape. With our recent collaboration with lifestyles publication TRANZ!T, we continue identifying undiscovered talent—from furniture makers to fashion designers—Our new mission acts as a cultural barometer of global style in all its forms. Based in Chicago, Design Space is constantly expanding its ability to identify, celebrate, and support ideas that connect the present with the future. Design Space is the definitive lifestyles source for engaging, curated content covering all that’s inventive and compelling in global contemporary design. – 09.15.13 Release date.

Givenchy Star-Embellished Printed Cotton T-Shirt

349604_mrp_in_xlFusing bold American sportswear with heritage paisley, Givenchy‘s star-detail T-shirt is set to continue the brand’s reign when it comes to ever-popular crew-neck styles. This embellished and printed piece boasts a subtle, dark grey front panel and will look excellent with minimalist black jeans or streamlined shorts ($498).

 

A.P.C. Striped Cotton Sweater

349306_mrp_in_xlUnderstated cool and fantastic quality go hand in hand at A.P.C., as this crew neck sweater shows. Striped with ecru and navy bands, this piece is superbly soft and lightweight thanks to the fine Italian-spun cotton yarns ($237).

 

Lanvin Spring 2013 Menswear

00030fullscreen 00090fullscreen 00280fullscreen 00350fullscreenLanvin‘s men’s show today marked a first for the label: the first time the clothes had been shown on an elevated catwalk, because, said Alber Elbaz, “It’s time to elevate fashion.” But Lanvin has always made time for that, which was clearer in this collection than ever before. From beginning to end, it had a relentless drive, defined by the tension between fashionable opposites: classic versus high-tech, linear versus rounded, detail versus no detail. And, although the presentation was staged with boyish models who were manorexic to the point of parental concern, the collection itself was actually infused with a more generous spirit than has ever been manifest in Lanvin menswear.