Prints Run Amok in New 0 Moncler Richard Quinn Collection

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The next stop on the Moncler Genius World Tour is presented by London-born designer Richard Quinn. The latest rendition of the “one house, different voices” philosophy, Quinn brings his typically bold and fearless design language to another unstoppable Moncler Genius collection.

Manifested in bright and unapologetic patterns, Quinn’s silhouettes reference the elegance of ‘50s and ‘60s couture. When combined with Moncler’s typically functional apparel and accessories, the result is visually striking and deliberately kitsch.

The antithesis of the minimalist style heralded by Apple and Scandinavian brands, the collection represents maximalism from head-to-toe and is made to be worn in a mix and match manner that relishes a clash of prints.

Signature design cues include puffy duvet across everything from opera coats to thing-high boots, jewels on sleeves, clasps, and buttons, and bold lettering spelling out Moncler.

The Moncler Genius World Tour takes the Moncler Genius project to new heights, giving each designer collaboration its own dedicated launch event in a unique city. As someone smart once said, “brands are the new bands,” and Moncler is giving each collection its own one-off tour date.

The 0 Moncler Richard Quinn collection is available now online, at Moncler boutiques, and select wholesalers worldwide.

The logos of all 11 Democratic presidential candidates, ranked

We asked the cofounders of the Center for American Politics and Design to critique the best and worst branding of this crowded Democratic field.

Tonight’s Democratic debate will feature a whopping 11 different candidates, all vying to be the Democratic nominee for president in 2020. There are already plenty of breakdowns on their policies. But what’s been missing from the conversation, in our humble opinion, is a superficial—perhaps even petty—breakdown of their branding. Which of the candidates has the best logo? And which has the worst?

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DOOR Oozes Timeless Cool in SS20 Lookbook

DOOR SS 20 Lookbook

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DOOR has unveiled its “STILL” collection for SS20 with a range of clothes that stand the test of time. The New York City-based brand’s suits, button-downs, and trousers come in unexpected fabrics, like light- and medium-weight cotton, with subtle details, breathing life into long-established staples of menswear. The three buttons on the back of the jacket instantly catch you eye and add some ~flair~ to the classic piece.

All of the garms are cut oversized and a versatile enough to fit into your everyday wardrobe. That roomy fit also make them easy to layer, allowing you to rock them all year round.

Head to DOOR’s Instagram for more information, and look out for the new collection in select stores.

Kiko Kostadinov’s New ASICS Collaboration, Captured by Fumiko Imano

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Fumiko Imano, the Japanese photographer known for her off-kilter self-portraits featuring her fictional twin, has shot a series of images for Kiko Kostadinov’s new collaboration with ASICS – revealed today, exclusively on AnOthermag.com. It marks the brand’s first womenswear collaboration – Kiko Kostadinov womenswear was launched last year,hellip;

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Kiko Kostadinov’s New ASICS Collaboration, Captured by Fumiko Imano

ASICS x Kiko Kostadinov Gessirit Sneaker Fumiko Imano

Fumiko Imano, the Japanese photographer known for her off-kilter self-portraits featuring her fictional twin, has shot a series of images for Kiko Kostadinov’s new collaboration with ASICS – revealed today, exclusively on AnOthermag.com. It marks the brand’s first womenswear collaboration – Kiko Kostadinov womenswear was launched last year,hellip;

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