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INDULGENCES image lab by marcellas reynolds As we turn our gaze from things summer to the welcome relief of the first breezes of Fall 2011, it’s time to


put away the gingham, white and brights that made Summer 2011 such a stand out. But don’t be alarmed, Fall 2011 is coming on equally strong thanks to the talents of several super talented new designers.


Here are5 WUNDERKIND “new kids on the block” trend setters for Fall 2011 and beyond!


Acne - In the past few seasons Acne has become known for edgy, cool guy looks and the hippest denim. This season they take an emerging trend, the over-sized suit, and make it the coolest new silhouette. Think ‘80s and David Byrne from Talking Heads with a collegiate all-American twist.


Carlos Campos - Carlos Campos is one to watch. This Mexico born and raised graduate of FIT, cut his de- sign teeth while still in school, designing for Broadway plays and even the New York City Ballet—he’s also the 2009 Fashion Group International Rising Star Award winner. Campos blends traditional menswear elements, luxe fabrics and a bold use of color, producing wearable modern classics.


Kris van Assche - The new breed of Belgian de- signer Kris van Assche has come on strong since starting his design studio in ‘05. A graduate of Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts, he trained with YSL & Dior Homme before starting out on his own. His aesthetic? Think black, chic and sleek, like Jil Sander meets Helmut Lang.


Patrik Ervell- Much buzzed about New York-based designer, Patrik Ervell, has become a men’s fashion editor fave. His spare, minimalist designs have a touch of 80s with a laid-back California coolness. For Fall 2011 he mixes shades of grey with a shock of bright blue and tosses in Fall’s best coat, the anorak.


Warriors of Radness (WOR) - Watch out N.Y.! California boy and War- riors of Radness designer Rick Klotz is bringing his distinctly beachy surfer/ Malibu state of mind to the runway. It’s obviously working because none other than GQ Magazine chose WOR as one of 2011’s best new designers. WOR is irreverent, bordering on whimsical but it has a unique point of view. Most importantly it mixes well with others— which is great with Fall 2011’s austere color palette.


60 RAGE monthly | SEPTEMBER 2011


FALL ‘11 - BEST NEW DESIGNERS!


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