RED STREET BLK – IS THE GENDERLESS CROSSING POINT BETWEEN MEN’S AND WOMEN’S STREETWEAR; SPOTLIGHTING URBAN FASHIONS MADE FOR THE CITY SIDEWALK, WITH EMERGING TRENDS FOUND ACROSS THE GLOBAL CATWALK.
What is it called, when a piece of art is made up of sticking various different materials together, such as photographs and pieces of fabric onto a different backing? Well, the tactical combination of such mediums, is literally the textbook definition of a “collage”.
A few design houses had a similar idea in mind for Fall/Winter 2018: composing garments, by framing overlaying images on one another, in order to create various surface esthetics. Take a look below, at how each of these seven brands that iTEM chose for this rend, incorporated this particular design theme into their most current streetwear collections:
YOHJI YAMAMOTO FALL/WINTER 2018:
FAUSTO PUGLISI FALL/WINTER 2018:
LACOSTE FALL/WINTER 2018:
ASTRID ANDERSEN FALL/WINTER 2018:
R13 FALL/WINTER 2018:
VETEMENTS FALL/WINTER 2018:
GANNI FALL/WINTER 2018:
Tyler J. Drinnen, is the Founder and Editor in Chief of iTEM MAGAZINE. His primary goal as a Fashion Creative, is to document fashion history in the streetwear and art sector.
From the lens of an abstract visual content producer, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies from Sonoma State University; where he wrote a weekly Opinion Column for The Star, dabbled with his own radio podcast format, titled Saturday Nite Scandal, and helped to create one of the first Professional Student Lead PR Firms in the USA.
From there on, he continued his work by interning with Sonoma Discoveries Magazine and then shortly after wrote and interned for Fashion School Daily, where he solidified his love for feature writing and working with emerging talents from around the world.
In December of 2016, he received an Honorary Master of Arts in Fashion Journalism from the Academy of Art University – And what an achievement that was, to be the first in his program to have graduated a full semester early – Bringing him to four design oriented degrees in a short five and a half years, nothing will stop him from bringing art of the few, to the eyes of many.
He has worked in the fashion industry for just over a decade, from commercial retail visual management to corporate level ghost writing and consulting. Now, in this exact moment, T.J.D. takes his life public with the independent urban California lifestyle based fashion movement, iTEM MAGAZINE: A Platform For Rising Artists.