Vancouver Fashion Week FW 2017. Day 4

March 24, 2017  21:16  |  Fashion

Thursday evening presented numerous men’s collections shifting from street grunge to oversized statement pieces at Chinese Cultural Center.

Vancouver Fashion Week FW 2017 - SwO magazine

Photos by Arun Nevader

BLACKMERLE – VANCOUVER 

Terry Shin, the face and creative director behind BLACKMERLE, opened day four of VFW with slicked down models in dystopian street wear. Based in Seoul and Vancouver, Shin has created a paradox of military grunge and street clothes, focusing on powerful silhouettes, chain accents and a dark pallet. Overly large shoes, gelled hair and highlighted skin completed the apocalyptic meets high fashion street wear.

TSUNG YU CHAN - SwO magazine

 TSUNG YU CHAN

TSUNG YU CHAN – TAIWAN  

Taking cues from construction uniforms and nineties pop-grunge, Chan’s Fall/Winter 2017 line is dark, moody, and relaxed. This seasons collection is a compilation of high turtlenecks, oversized sweaters and eclectic details that cause a statement. Details like electrical tape arm bands and reflective cross body stripes add a nouveau grunge flair to the street style aesthetic.

Gabbie Sarenas - SwO magazine

Vancouver Fashion Week FW 2017

GABBIE SARENAS – PHILIPPINES 

Gabbie Sarenas creations are not only beautiful, they are one of a kind and inherit her cultural practices. Romantic details and elaborate pieces. Sarenas’ fall/winter 2017 line features lush linens and refreshingly clean lines.

Stefano Giammattei - SwO magazine

Stefano Giammattei - SwO magazine

STEFANO GIAMMATTEI – GUATEMALA  

Stefano Giammattei’s career began at the age of sixteen. His passion and love for fashion started with his inspiration that included the “unique components of the Guatemalan individual.” His collection features structured jackets and printed trousers. These classic designs are given a new twist with unexpected details like asymmetrically cut vests and jackets.


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