A swedish "fashion-magazine", whose webpage I occasionally visit just did a small special on what they call brouges. Because they're the "best choice for you're lower regions" etc etc other stupid shit.
I'll just translate parts of the comments page for you:
"Brouges? Brogues for fuck's sake."
"Thanks for your response! This discussion has been up before, and we will continue to use the new spelling 'brouges'."
"Are spelling mistakes okay if you do it on purpose?"
"But as we've said, according to us that's how you're supposed to spell it. There, let's leave that discussion."
According to me, suit is actually spelled sewt. Fuck all y'all if you disagree!!! I know this shouldn't bother me, as I know beforehand that the paper's a piece of shit, but come onnnn there has to be limits to the stupidity.
Not sure if this has been posted already but found this on SZ "Alexandre Plokhov, who shuttered his acclaimed New York-based menswear label Cloak a few years ago, will launch a new signature menswear label during Paris men's week this January. Plokhov won the 2005 CFDA Swarovski Perry Ellis Award for Menswear, was the runner-up in the 2004 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award, and was featured in the 2005 fashion documentary Seamless. He shuttered his label in 2006 due to "partnership issues," according to a statement at the time from his publicist." via Racked/WWD and "MEN’S ROOM: Paris is burning on the men’s wear front, with a slew of designers poised to join the next fashion week, from Jan. 20 to 23. Alexandre Plokhov, who shuttered his Cloak label in 2006 and did a three-year stint at Versace, said he plans to launch a signature collection and has rented a Paris gallery to unveil it. Another New York-based designer, Yigal AzrouÃ«l, is angling to show his men’s collection on a Paris runway. European names are also muscling onto the calendar, with iconic Left Bank brand Arnys plotting its first runway outing, and Thierry Mugler presenting the first men’s collection by Romain Kremer under the artistic direction of Nicola Formichetti. Finally, rumor has it Maison Martin Margiela is also mulling its first runway show for its men’s wear." via WWD Also, some Schneider coats were put up on Opening Ceremony. I think someone on here was looking for the Tiga Jacket