If there were three, it would be a trend. So for now, let’s call the two men’s collections available for order directly after the spring shows a trendlet…
Immediately following its June 23rd collection in Milan, Burberry will offer—in-store and online—the outerwear and accessories seen on the runway, with delivery in six to eight weeks.
Meanwhile, beginning July 2 at 6:00 pm sharp, Oki-Ni will offer looks from Thom Browne’s show held just the day before in Paris. These include both the designer’s sporty basics and clutch-pearls showstoppers. Customers will also receive an engraved version of his signature four-bar label.
It’s officially a trend. This morning Mugler announced it would sell a capsule of shirts immediately after its men’s show today (online in France only, UK and US in July). A collab between Nicola Formichetti and Mugler men’s designer Romain Kremer, the shirts range from cotton tees to silk button-downs.