Your SPORTS & GYM jackets have lives outside the workout place this season. Rains have poured, but your rainy-day look shouldn't.
Derived from the style of shirt of the traditional uniform of rowers in the English town of Henley-on-Thames, HENLEY jackets are collarless, men's casual pullover outerwear characterized by a placket underneath its neckline. Robert Geller's look was the best styled as it was complemented with dark-forest hues and made light by the inner shirt. Moschino's are ideal for the weekend or swift errands. Salvatorre Ferragamo's best suits the active man with a sense of color.
A WINDBREAKER is a light, impermeable jacket or in other words, a thin outer coat designed to resist wind chill and light rain. It is usually of light construction, characteristically made of some type of glossy synthetic material and often incorporating an elastic waistband and zipper. It sometimes includes a detachable hood. Paul Smith's basic casual styling looks practical and still comfortable, while Gucci's modern revision of this coat is both innovative and useful (the mesh insets still breathes air inside).
The 1950s-born LONG or FISHTAIL PARKAwere the most favored by the Mods. Some are named fishtail beacuse of the fact that the coat is longer at the back than it is at the front. Most often, they are in equal lengths. Tim Hamilton's waxed number is a modern update to this Eskimo staple; unusual, "edgy" and still purportful.
Hi! This is Yves Camingue. Clothing designer from Cebu City.
I am currently based in Manila designing for STOKEDINC. In my free time, I'm also accepting various garment orders for my own namesake line.
I was a finalist for PROJECT RUNWAY PHILIPPINES Season 3 last 2012, being eliminated 5th after the Kidswear Challenge.
I'm letting you have an exclusive access of what's it like to be IN the local fashion industry; living and sometimes breaking the rules of it, breathing fashion everyday and dealing with disrespectful novices and respecting seniors. Outfit posts are testaments that every moment in life is an opportunity for fashion. Also included here are photo journals outside my job area: parties & trips, which are chockablock with true friends and experiences that make life a refulgent heaven and truclent hell.
I love the urban sights, marketplaces, flea markets and London pop/rock music, dancehall & reggaeton, as well as New York alternative. These are incorporated in my editorials, creations and more fashion-related endeavors.