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Week in Review: Moschino, Saint Laurent, Banana Republic + More

Week in Review: Will Chalker for Banana Republic, David Cronenberg for Saint Laurent Director’s Cut campaign, and Stefano Marshall for Moschino.

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Week in Review: Will Chalker for Banana Republic, David Cronenberg for Saint Laurent Director’s Cut campaign, and Stefano Marshall for Moschino.

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Week in Review: Will Chalker for Banana Republic, David Cronenberg for Saint Laurent Director’s Cut campaign, and Stefano Marshall for Moschino.

Moschino showcases a mix of its resort and spring 2023 menswear with the help of Italian model Stefano Marshall. Fashion brand Saint Laurent delivers a powerful new campaign featuring directors Abel FerraraDavid CronenbergJim Jarmusch, and Pedro Almodóvar. Then, Banana Republic is back for a new season, and denim and indigo are on the style agenda.

Revisit the Roaring Twenties with us and find the prevailing men’s fashion trends that are still relevant today. Massimo Dutti reaches a new “Altitude” with its latest men’s editorial featuring winter style and model Lucas El Bali. Spanish brand Zara also offers layered cold-weather style, serving a chic excursion to Paris.

Bright colors, bold prints, and sartorial fashions take the spotlight for Dolce & Gabbana’s introduction to spring. For January, J.Crew revisits classic styles for an effortless wardrobe update. Finally, Wouter Peelen and Oliver Cheshire connect with Brunello Cucinelli to showcase its spring-summer 2023 collection.