MEN #25


The men collections details in the biggest existing size

The term ‘hemline index’ was coined by American economist George Taylor in 1926 to describe the way that skirt hemlines moved up and down according to economic trends, so shorter in boom time and longer during a downturn. It’s a theory that could be applied to various periods of history, such as the mini-skirt in the sixties and the long hippy skirts worn by the flower children in the ’70s. But why does the theory apply solely to womenswear and not to menswear too? The latest menswear shows celebrated not only floor-skimming trouser legs but also a broader oversized and hyper-protective fashion with very little bare skin exposed…..