The New York Times: Men's Style
via The New York Times
Studio Nicholson, an English brand known for women’s wear, is tackling men’s fashion in a debut collection out this month. The designer Nick Wakeman started Studio Nicholson in 2010 with a line of minimalist essentials for women, inspired in part by Japanese design and architecture. Now Ms. Wakeman is applying her ethos to men's wear, with a range of everyday clothes from oversize coats to peg-legged trousers.
“All the men in my life get dressed in a very specific way,” Ms. Wakeman said. “They have a narrative, a story, a character in their head when putting things together. That’s how I approached the first Studio Nicholson men’s wear collection.”
A particular inspiration, she said, was David Byrne, the former leader of Talking Heads, whom she described as “snake-hipped, romantic and cool.”
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