Palace x Jean-Charles de Castelbajac Collaboration

These are the pieces that we could expected for this collaborative collection, that will be available soon in the market. If I am not mistaken though, these finds will be fully released this coming May 24 2019 which composed some sweatshirts, hoodies and some good graphic short-sleeved that I knew everyone’s here will surely love to have.

This collection has been made by the two great called brands Palace & Jean-Charles de Castelbaja. Though, they aren’t that well known in the main stream fashion as yet. But I do believed that people were staring to recognized their brand through their dope street-wear pieces that are truly quirky and unique, most especially their graphic designs.

Look om how great these short-sleeves here? they are too fine and you can even pair them up in either on your pants or shorts for this summer season. Thus, if you were on lookout for an awesome top to pull off this season? hence, why not grabbing any of these button-down here?

Details:

Releasing Date: May 24 2019

Price Ranges: Not Stated Yet, Better check each’s brand website for further details about it

Availability: Can be purchase online and in any physical stores near your area

‘SIZE’ Shows 15th Anniversary Capsule Collection

You know me, I am the basic guy, hence whenever I saw any pieces from these brands or labels that has any basic or simply tee being releases, I really see to it to include them up here as they are speaking to my own fashion style and statements. And today, let me share with you this one brand here called’SIZE’ which releases their latest capsule collection as part of their brand’s 15th anniversary.

I know most of you wont be appreciate these finds from the latest collection. But if you do like streetwear and the one gives comfortable on this humid season? then, these pieces were too perfect for you to pull off.

This collection will be available to get this coming 17th of May in your nearest SIZE stores and to ts affiliated mortars stores as well in some online stores. Go check your area for these pieces.

HUF Summer 2019 Collection

One of you favorite brands today called HUF has now releases their latest collection of pieces for their summer collection 2019. These pieces, to be honest, were too dope and fine as they are too basic and simply and yet you can bring the chic vibes are you wear any of these pieces, from this HUF Summer Collection 2019.

I liked these pieces more than to others now. Because each pieces and the way the styled them for this lookbook really speaks to my style hence I cant help myself just to commend this brand and looking forward to buy off at least 3 pieces from them once they are being available in the market soon.

Further Details and Availability?

I think as for this moment, this collection is now being out in the market, all you have to do is to check the main brand site for further details but if you were asking for the pricing ranges? no worries, these finds were too reasonable and inexpensive. In fact, you can have the tee for 12 USD and other finds will cost you up to 120 USD at least.

Fun Fact: This collection is inspired with summer beach vibes unlike with other brands wherein they’ll sticking in playing colors with their summer collections most of the time.

Adidas X Raf Simons’ RS Ozweego

We all know that adidas is mainly a brand for sports finds and same. Hence, if you are looking for the best outdoor outfit or a gym or sports outfit to make. I think, this brand, adidas, could offer you a wide selections of a great finds to have, of course for both men and women. That is why I am kinda pleased to know that the brand, Adidas, is now having a collaboration with Raf Simons to create the stunning “RS Ozweego” that will be available soon in the market.

To be honest, these shoes for this collaboration were too futuristic when it comes to there designs. Because of the metallic accentual to it which is too way better than to the other same shoes that are being out from the other brands and labels. This line comes with different colors that would cater in any genders and as I’ve heard, these shoes will be available this coming 24th of May which I know most of you will excited about, right? so what are you waiting for? for marked your calendar and visit any Adidas stores in the date of released for you to pick up your very own Adidas X Raf Simons’ RS Ozweego.

What does the future of tailoring look like?

These days, a man’s wardrobe is incomplete without a three-piece suit. It is said that the suit that we all know and love today started in the early 1800s by a gentleman called Beau Brummell. He replaced long-tailed coats and silk stockings with the classic suit jacket accompanied by full-length trousers and it all went from there. But as we’re faced with new challenges (such as the lengthy daily commute) and as we strive to cut out time consuming activities (ironing a suit can be draining), what does the future look like for our tailoring? 

Advancements we’ve seen so far

One innovation that has been rolled out across many clothing manufacturers is temperature adjusting materials. In many cases, this works by controlling the body heat of the wearer. Researchers across the US developed clothing that changes how much radiation escapes from the shirt and how easily air can circulate around the body. Although heat controlling technology in clothing is not new, it is only in recent years that it has made its way into wearable clothing when it was once reserved for those in space. This sort of technology not only improves comfort levels for the wearer but can potentially have knock on positive effects on the environment. Air conditioning (AC) accounts for an outstanding 13% of energy used in the US. If our shirts become temperature regulated, then it is possible we will be in lower need of constant AC — reducing our carbon footprint so we all benefit!

Another development in material technology is non-iron fabrics. Enjoy an extra 10 minutes in bed as you pull your work shirt out of the dryer and put it on straight away — wrinkle free and no need to haul out the ironing board. The technology behind the non-iron shirt includes a process that strengthens the fabric, preventing the molecules from moving as much and increasing its resistance to creasing.

It’s important that a suit gives us the flexibility to move freely. Especially when you’re sitting in the same place for a prolonged period of time, such as at the desk, on your way to work or at a fancy dinner. This is where the latest mechanical stretch technology comes in to play. This sort of technology works with the materials of the suit to improve its flexibility. Some suit jackets and shirts achieve this stretch through incorporating a small percentage of elastane in the fabric and this is enough to enhance the comfort of the garment.

Advancements we can expect

An increasing amount of funding is being spent on researching and developing wearable payment gadgets. Of course, we already have the ability to pay contactless with a smart watch or phone but that’s just not enough! MasterCard paired with fashion designer Adam Selman to explore the idea of inserting a microchip into clothing, perhaps in the sleeve of a jacket or into a bag — allowing you to pay for items with even less effort. This concept could have some effect on our tailoring trends as cuff links and pockets could become payment devices!   

We could potentially be closing the door to buying a garment we like in different colours. The research behind it is ever advancing and there are a few ongoing projects developing the idea. One of the projects, explored by scientists at the University of Michigan, is looking at incorporating tiny crystals that react differently depending on the wavelength of light. This affects the crystal’s formation and how they look in terms of colour to others. Other research, carried out in Montreal, is investigating how electricity from human movement can power electric fabric and change its colour. At the moment, the research is a long way off from our high streets, but it is paving the way for colour-changing materials in the future.

Purchasing a three-piece suit can be costly. It is then unsettling when a sleeve is caught on a door handle or on something sharp and the material is damaged. The latest technology in textiles is addressing this issue through the development of self-healing fabric. It works by coating regular fabric in a special solution that, when ripped, is able to melt back together at low temperatures. Other research has founded that E. coli bacteria has self-replicating properties, and this is being explored in order to discover if it can be used to knit broken fabric back together.   

It’s no secret that our wardrobes have advanced over time. Many developments are being made in order to make our lives easier and further enhance our suits to meet our highly digital and busy lifestyles.

Sources

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