SEPTEMBER 2018



HENRIK VIBSKOV

We sat down for a quick talk with tireless visionairy, artist, musician and designer Henrik Vibskov from his studio in Denmark.

 

What is your favorite way to celebrate?

Seafood and white wine with bubbles together with friends, family and the HV crew - all in one big bowl.

Something you do that you wish more people would do too?

I forget it way too much myself - to do some exercises, and to sing, to do music at least once a day.

Favorite childhood smell?

My dad's tobacco pipe and sweet whiskey blend.

Most unexpected place you’ve seen someone wearing your clothes, or most unexpected person you’ve seen wearing your clothes?

Wasn’t expecting cool music ladies like Erykah Badu, Alicia Keys and Lauryn Hill to wear my stuff.
And wasn’t expecting the president of South Korea to start wearing the pencil sunglasses from Gentle Monster collaboration either.

Is there an ethical way to approach clothing consumption, in your eyes as a designer?

We should probably all be naked, but the mankind has since the beginning been searching for stuff that can make us individuals - show to others what we think through what we wear, what we like.

Also, we need fabric in a functional way to cover us from cold, warm, dust, rain. So, we have to keep delivering stuff and design that can live long for such functional needs.

Something that you tell yourself every day, whether it’s a good or a bad day?

For me it means a lot to be social and talk to someone new every day. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a deep talk.

Does the past or the future inform your work process more?

50% - 50% reflects in my work.

However, I would say more the past than the future - as surreal is good, but unreal isn’t.

Any final morsels of wisdom?

During creation process, when you feel stuck and all seems dark, leading nowhere, you just have to search long enough to find the light. And during this journey you might understand that maybe it wasn’t the planned direction in the first place that lead you to the dark.




UMA WANG F/W18

Described tirelessly as a pioneer among reformative Chinese designers, Uma Wang took this season to deflect thoughts of origin, presenting a collection that radiates a certain peculiarity: garments of an unidentifiable time and source. From airy satin worn under a slubby, antique coat, to glossy cupro spliced into the back panel of a fitted cashmere knit, Wang waxes lyrical about a mystery woman, cloaked in anachronistic fabrics as she steps into a hazy future. Visually and tactilely luxurious, Wang’s creations suggest a focused aimlessness—clothes that diffuse an undeniably romantic moodiness, from wherever you come to wherever you are headed.


MONCLER GENIUS X CRAIG GREEN

Craig Green presents his perspective on Moncler's iconic winter staples through the Genius Project, a rolling release of designer collaborations that follows a major restructure at the house of Moncler. Doing away with the Gamme Rouge and Gamme Bleu lines, Moncler's Remo Ruffini introduces the Genius restructure as a reaction to the changing pace of fashion release and consumption.

Green’s translation of Moncler takes the characteristic quilted puffers and inflates them to a geometric extreme. Near totem-like in nature, the creations are simultaneously weighty and buoyant, allusive to astronautical uniforms. Ballooning limbs are symmetrically constricted by free-hanging tubing, while boxy pillows plate the shoulders and body in abundance, effigies of cosmic armor yet to exist. And as much as the pieces engulf their wearers, there is something very calculated and ever-so-sculptural to be admired about Green’s impudent sensibilities.

AUGUST 2018



TOOGOOD

Toogood draws from their ever-eclectic background and influences for their AW18 offering. Spearheaded by sisters Faye and Erica Toogood, the label continues to maintain its distinct positioning in the fashion sphere by applying an interdisciplinary approach to fashion design, integrating product design, painting, and architectural techniques to a canvas of traditional countryside workwear. The resulting clothing is tangibly organic and thoughtfully sculpted. This season’s collection takes cues from the environment, the weather, and the landscape. Layers of terrain parallel mixed fabrics—felts, waxed cottons, ceramic buttons, boiled wools—as well as distinct shapes—oversized cuts, deep scooping hems, geometric appliqués, and dramatic tapers. Above all, the thread of sustainability ties the collection together, with every garment designed to be worn until threadbare, evolving over time with the wearer.


RICHARD QUINN

Richard Quinn showcases printed bodysuits, gloved tops, an abundance of florals, and plisséd dresses as part of his AW18 offering. The first-ever recipient of Her Majesty's British Design Award, Quinn's runway presentation was attended and praised by the Queen of England. With no lack of bright colors and botanical influences, this rising designer demonstrates his mastery of color and pattern combinations, assisted by a collaboration with legendary English print maker, Liberty London.

Richard Quinn FW18 Patchwork Floral Jumpsuit - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Polkadot Long Dress - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Floral Neck Top - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Pleated Assemblage Dress - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Floral Jumpsuit - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Assemblage Floral Gown - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Editorial - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Floral Dress - Hlorenzo


JULY 2018

Now online and in-store, London based designer Martine Rose fuses 90's based grundge and club styles on distorted silhouettes for FW18.


FIRST ARRIVALS: NAMILIA FW18

Our first arrivals from Berlin based designers Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl's 'NAMILIA' for FW18. Lenticular PVC tops & cropped body suits are thematically applied to moto-inspired silhouette's, and a collaboration with boutique salon Isla Berlin.

Namilia FW18 Nan Li Emilia Pfohl Cropped Raglan Cone Top - Hlorenzo

SEPTEMBER 2018



HENRIK VIBSKOV

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

We sat down for a quick talk with tireless visionairy, artist, musician and designer Henrik Vibskov from his studio in Denmark.

 

What is your favorite way to celebrate?

Seafood and white wine with bubbles together with friends, family and the HV crew - all in one big bowl.

Something you do that you wish more people would do too?

I forget it way too much myself - to do some exercises, and to sing, to do music at least once a day.

Favorite childhood smell?

My dad's tobacco pipe and sweet whiskey blend.

Most unexpected place you’ve seen someone wearing your clothes, or most unexpected person you’ve seen wearing your clothes?

Wasn’t expecting cool music ladies like Erykah Badu, Alicia Keys and Lauryn Hill to wear my stuff.
And wasn’t expecting the president of South Korea to start wearing the pencil sunglasses from Gentle Monster collaboration either.

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Is there an ethical way to approach clothing consumption, in your eyes as a designer?

We should probably all be naked, but the mankind has since the beginning been searching for stuff that can make us individuals - show to others what we think through what we wear, what we like.

Also, we need fabric in a functional way to cover us from cold, warm, dust, rain. So, we have to keep delivering stuff and design that can live long for such functional needs.

Something that you tell yourself every day, whether it’s a good or a bad day?

For me it means a lot to be social and talk to someone new every day. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a deep talk.

Does the past or the future inform your work process more?

50% - 50% reflects in my work.

However, I would say more the past than the future - as surreal is good, but unreal isn’t.

Any final morsels of wisdom?

During creation process, when you feel stuck and all seems dark, leading nowhere, you just have to search long enough to find the light. And during this journey you might understand that maybe it wasn’t the planned direction in the first place that lead you to the dark.



DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

UMA WANG F/W18

Described tirelessly as a pioneer among reformative Chinese designers, Uma Wang took this season to deflect thoughts of origin, presenting a collection that radiates a certain peculiarity: garments of an unidentifiable time and source. From airy satin worn under a slubby, antique coat, to glossy cupro spliced into the back panel of a fitted cashmere knit, Wang waxes lyrical about a mystery woman, cloaked in anachronistic fabrics as she steps into a hazy future. Visually and tactilely luxurious, Wang’s creations suggest a focused aimlessness—clothes that diffuse an undeniably romantic moodiness, from wherever you come to wherever you are headed.


MONCLER GENIUS X CRAIG GREEN

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Craig Green presents his perspective on Moncler's iconic winter staples through the Genius Project, a rolling release of designer collaborations that follows a major restructure at the house of Moncler. Doing away with the Gamme Rouge and Gamme Bleu lines, Moncler's Remo Ruffini introduces the Genius restructure as a reaction to the changing pace of fashion release and consumption.

Green’s translation of Moncler takes the characteristic quilted puffers and inflates them to a geometric extreme. Near totem-like in nature, the creations are simultaneously weighty and buoyant, allusive to astronautical uniforms. Ballooning limbs are symmetrically constricted by free-hanging tubing, while boxy pillows plate the shoulders and body in abundance. And as much as the pieces engulf their wearers, there is something very calculated and ever-so-sculptural to be admired about Green’s impudent sensibilities.


AUGUST 2018



TOOGOOD

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Toogood draws from their ever-eclectic background and influences for their AW18 offering. Spearheaded by sisters Faye and Erica Toogood, the label continues to maintain its distinct positioning in the fashion sphere by applying an interdisciplinary approach to fashion design, integrating product design, painting, and architectural techniques to a canvas of traditional countryside workwear. The resulting clothing is tangibly organic and thoughtfully sculpted. This season’s collection takes cues from the environment, the weather, and the landscape. Layers of terrain parallel mixed fabrics—felts, waxed cottons, ceramic buttons, boiled wools—as well as distinct shapes—oversized cuts, deep scooping hems, geometric appliqués, and dramatic tapers. Above all, the thread of sustainability ties the collection together, with every garment designed to be worn until threadbare, evolving over time with the wearer.


DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Richard Quinn showcases printed bodysuits, gloved tops, an abundance of florals, and plisséd dresses as part of his AW18 offering. The first-ever recipient of Her Majesty's British Design Award, Quinn's runway presentation was attended and praised by the Queen of England. With no lack of bright colors and botanical influences, this rising designer demonstrates his mastery of color and pattern combinations, assisted by a collaboration with legendary English print maker, Liberty London.

Richard Quinn FW18 Patchwork Floral Jumpsuit - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Polkadot Long Dress - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Floral Neck Top - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Pleated Assemblage Dress - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Floral Jumpsuit - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Assemblage Floral Gown - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Editorial - Hlorenzo
Richard Quinn FW18 Floral Dress - Hlorenzo


DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Raf Simons touches on the timeless themes of youth and drug culture for his AW18 collection. A juxtaposition of chunky knits and oversized graphics creates a dynamic balance that can be found throughout Simons' design history. This collection is the designer's third and final runway presentation to be hosted at New York Fashion Week.

Raf Simons FW18 collection LSD X XTC Turtleneck - Hlorenzo Front
Raf Simons FW18 Space Bracelet Raf Simons Jewelry - Hlorenzo Front
Raf Simons FW18 logo - Hlorenzo Front
Raf Simons FW18
Raf Simons FW18 Oversized Denim Shirt - Hlorenzo
Raf Simons Blue Blue Denim Shirt - Hlorenzo
Raf Simons FW18
Raf Simons FW18 - Hlorenzo

JULY 2018


Y/PROJECT FALL-WINTER 2018

Glen Martins FW2018 Y/Project sees the brands use of doubled-up garments in two-tone tees and intarsia-knit pullovers accented by tiered and layered denim. Styling customization is central to the ethos of Glen Martin's tenure at the helm of the late Yohan Sefaty's Y/Project, with each piece offering multiple ways to wear.  

Y/Project FW18 Draped Layered Sweater - Hlorenzo

Comme des Garcons Parfums FW18 Odeur 71 - Hlorenzo
Comme des Garcons Blue Encens Perfume FW18 - Hlorenzo
Comme des Garcons Eau de Toilette 3 FW18 - Hlorenzo
Comme des Garcons Eau de Toilette Odeur 53 FW18 - Hlorenzo
Comme des Garcons Perfume FW18 - Hlorenzo
Comme des Garcons Monocle Scent Two : Laurel FW18 - Hlorenzo

Doublet FW18 Strangest Comfort Masuyuki Ino - Hlorenzo

MASAYUKI INO: STRANGEST COMFORT

Masuyuki Ino's Doublet secured 2018's LVMH Prize for Young Designer by utilizing progressive technicality applied to ecclectic Japanese street-wear. Our FW18 selection includes elevated material processing and manufacturing, including exclusive Akoyama denim with a Jacquard selvage, ultra-wide corduroy, and lenticular textiles (garments that change pattern/prints depending on the perspective they are viewed at - in this case accessories that display the words "NO IMAGE" that dissapears as the perspective changes, and a prints that morph between cheetah/denim/plaid). Also prevalent is Ino's master use of intarsia knitting, hand painting, layered free-hand embroidery and the brands now iconic "packaged" garments, all applied thoughtfully to oversized silhouettes.

 

Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket Corduroy Trouser Strangest Comfort - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Strangest Comfort Scarf Corduroy Jacket - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket Strangest Comfort - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Layered Leopard
Doublet FW18 Porter et Properte´ Lacquered Shirt - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Porter et Properte´ Lacquered Shirt - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Gradient Raglan Trench Coat - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18
Doublet FW18 Leopard Faux Fur Coat Leopard Print - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Gradient Raglan Trench Coat Graphic Tank - Hlorenzo

 

" BLACKMERLE [blăk-mûrl] noun. - A dark coated dog with irregular streaks and speckles.

H. Lorenzo presents BLACKMERLE - Founded by Vancouver & Seoul based Korean designer Terry Shin, BLACKMERLE emphasizes subverting styling que's from major houses back into the hands of the wearer. Multi-faceted zippers, detachable pockets, sleeves and collars form a modular range of garments with an almost unlimited amount of styling combinations. Adhering to the manifesto "More is More" each design element is carefully preordained from the use of painted and torched TYVEK materials, double woven custom "digital camo" textiles and the application of complex repurposed utility clasps.

 

Blackmerle FW18 Houndstooth Check Blazer Leather Utility Trouser Torched Brim Cap - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Brim Cap Houndstooth Check - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Utility Pile Coat Torched Brim Cap - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle Torched Brim Cap - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Herness - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Waxed Cotton Trouser - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Waxed Cotton Trouser - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Brim Cap - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Hooded Camouflage Shirt Swiss Crossbag - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 Hooded Camouflage Shirt Swiss Crossbag - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle FW18 - Hlorenzo
Blackmerle Fw18 TYVEK® Parachute Trouser - Hlorenzo

MARTINE ROSE

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

For FW18, Martine Rose returns to her past in celebration of ten years of design work. Pulling from various seasons of her archive, the designer combines dancehall culture, rave glam, and timeless British punk spirit into a collection that, despite being a retrospective, is still fresh as ever.





MASAYUKI INO: STRANGEST COMFORT

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Masuyuki Ino's Doublet secured 2018's LVMH Prize for Young Designer by utilizing progressive technicality applied to ecclectic Japanese street-wear. Our FW18 selection includes elevated material processing and manufacturing, including exclusive Akoyama denim with custom Jacquard selvage edge, ultra-wide, rew hemmed corduroy, and lenticular textiles (fabrics that change pattern/prints depending on the perspective they are viewed at - in this case accessories that display the words "NO IMAGE" that fades away as the perspective changes, and prints that morph between cheetah/denim/plaid). Also prevalent is Ino's master use of intarsia knitting, hand painting, layered free-hand embroidery and the brands now iconic "packaged" garments, all applied thoughtfully to oversized silhouettes.

 

 

Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket Corduroy Trouser Strangest Comfort - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Leopard Faux Fur Coat Leopard Print - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Strangest Comfort Scarf Corduroy Jacket - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket Strangest Comfort - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Porter et Properte´ Lacquered Shirt - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Porter et Properte´ Lacquered Shirt - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Layered Leopard
Doublet FW18 Leopard Faux Fur Coat Denim Jacket Raglan Trench Coat - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Gradient Raglan Trench Coat - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18 Gradient Raglan Trench Coat Graphic Tank - Hlorenzo
Doublet FW18
Doublet FW18 Corduroy Jacket Corduroy Trouser - Hlorenzo

BLACKMERLE

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

"BLACKMERLE [blăk-mûrl] noun. - A dark coated dog with irregular streaks and speckles.

H. Lorenzo presents BLACKMERLE - Founded by Vancouver based Korean designer Terry Shin, BLACKMERLE emphasizes subverting styling que's from major houses back into the hands of the wearer. Multi-faceted zippers, detachable pockets, sleeves and collars form a modular range of garments with an almost unlimited amount of styling combinations. Adhering to the manifesto "More is More" each design element is carefully preordained from the use of painted and torched TYVEK materials, double woven custom "digital camo" textiles and the application of complex repurposed utility clasps.


JUNE 2018



KANGHYUK: INNOVATIVE MATERIAL REPURPOSING

FW18 Arrivals from Kanghyuk Choi sees the application of the Korean designers thematic nylon ACRS fabric -pulled from the aftermath of vehicular wreckage- in structural outerwear ranging from anoraks to down puffer jackets. View our full selection from Kanghyuk here .

FEATURING: Kanghyuk FW2018

INNOVATIVE MATERIAL REPURPOSING

FW18 Arrivals from Kanghyuk Choi sees the application of the Korean designers thematic nylon ACRS fabric -pulled from the aftermath of vehicular wreckage- in structural outerwear ranging from anoraks to down puffer jackets. View our full selection from Kanghyuk here .

Kanghyuk FW18 Astronaut Jacket Airbag Detachable Gloves - Hlorenzo
Kanghyuk FW18 250G Cropped Goose Down Parka - Hlorenzo

COMME DES GARCONS x NIKE

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

Comme Des Garcons continues their partnership with Nike with their deconstructed boxing inspired "Machomai" boot in 3 colorways for FW18.

 

 

 


DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

LVMH prize winner Marine Serre presents SS18 "Radical Call For Love". Hailing from Paris and a graduate of La Cambre Mode, Serre's innagural collection seeks to blend contempory and sartorial tailoring while ignoring conventional definitions of material applications to explore an undefined niche in aesthetics.

Marine Serre SS18 Collection Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Jeweled Knit Headband SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moon Boots SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Hybrid Apron Dress SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moire Jacket SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moon Jumpsuit SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Leather Bustier Shirt SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre SS18 Collection Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Hybrid Ball Dress SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Pleat Dress SS18 - HLNR Hlorenzo


MAY 2018

MENSWEAR MAY 2018

MENSWEAR MAY 2018

Spring-Summer 2018 Menswear assembled after dusk in Koreatown LA showcasing exclusive 1/1 pieces from Japanese label Kidill, New arrivals from A Cold Wall* shipment 2, and elevated staples from Attachment and Craig Green.            

Kidill Hlorenzo Hlnr SS18
Kidill Visor SS18 - Hlorenzo
Kidill Jumpsuit Hlorenzo Hlnr
A Cold Wall* Long Sleeve Polo SS18 - Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Mac Coat SS18 - Hlorenzo
Cottweiler Track Jacket SS18 - Hlorenzo
Cottweiler Track Pant SS18 - Hlorenzo
Facetasm Assemblage Raglan Bomber SS18 - Hlorenzo
Kidill Keyring Cropped Jeans SS18 - Hlorenzo
Craig Green Paneled Pullover SS18 - Hlorenzo
Y/Project Men Corded Jogger SS18 - Hlorenzo
Craig Green Crewneck Sweater  SS18 - Hlorenzo

DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT: MARINE SERRE

LVMH prize winner Marine Serre presents SS18 "Radical Call For Love". Hailing from Paris and a graduate of La Cambre Mode, Serre's innagural collection seeks to blend contempory and sartorial tailoring while ignoring conventional definitions of material applications to explore an undefined niche in aesthetics.

Marine Serre Pleat Dress SS18 - HLNR Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Jeweled Knit Headband SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moire Jacket SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Hybrid Ball Dress SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moon Boots SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Leather Bustier Shirt SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moire Jacket SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Hybrid Apron Dress SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre Moon Jumpsuit SS18 - Hlorenzo
Marine Serre SS18 Trompe-L'OŒil Leggings - Hlorenzo

Spring-Summer 2018 Menswear assembled after dusk in Koreatown LA showcasing exclusive 1/1 pieces from Japanese label Kidill, New arrivals from A Cold Wall* shipment 2, and elevated staples from Attachment and Craig Green.    

Kidill Hlorenzo Hlnr SS18
Kidill Visor SS18 - Hlorenzo
Kidill Jumpsuit Hlorenzo Hlnr
A Cold Wall* Long Sleeve Polo SS18 - Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Mac Coat SS18 - Hlorenzo
Cottweiler Track Jacket SS18 - Hlorenzo
Cottweiler Track Pant SS18 - Hlorenzo
Facetasm Assemblage Raglan Bomber SS18 - Hlorenzo
Kidill Keyring Cropped Jeans SS18 - Hlorenzo
Craig Green Paneled Pullover SS18 - Hlorenzo
Craig Green Crewneck Sweater  SS18 - Hlorenzo

ARTIST PROFILE: SARAH WILSON

Artist Sarah Wilson welcomes us into her LA Downtown studio wearing Women's ss18 collections. Documenting her body of works consisting of paintings, sculptures, and ceramics, Sarah draws upon both domestic interior settings and personal reference points, often manipulating or subverting familiar spaces and objects in order to propose a psychological landscape.

Alessandra Marchi Shirt Dress SS18 - Hlorenzo
Uma Wang Ballet Shoes SS18 - Hlorenzo
Y's Yohji Yamamoto Women Floral Suit - Hlorenzo
Uma Wang Women Shoes SS18 - Hlorenzo
Undercover Women's Bag - Hlorenzo
Scha Tulle Visor Hat SS18 - Hlorenzo
Litkovskaya Trench Coat SS18 - Hlorenzo
Litkovskaya Coat Detail SS18 - Hlorenzo

ARTIST PROFILE: SARAH WILSON

Artist Sarah Wilson welcomes us into her LA Downtown studio wearing Women's ss18 collections.

 

Documenting her body of works consisting of paintings, sculptures, and ceramics, Sarah draws upon both domestic interior settings and personal reference points, often manipulating or subverting familiar spaces and objects in order to propose a psychological landscape.

Alessandra Marchi Shirt Dress SS18 - Hlorenzo
Uma Wang Ballet Shoes SS18 - Hlorenzo
Y's Yohji Yamamoto Women Floral Suit - Hlorenzo
Uma Wang Women Shoes SS18 - Hlorenzo
Undercover Women's Bag - Hlorenzo
Scha Tulle Visor Hat SS18 - Hlorenzo
Litkovskaya Trench Coat SS18 - Hlorenzo
Litkovskaya Coat Detail SS18 - Hlorenzo
Uma Wang Sillk Dress - Hlorenzo

A Cold Wall* Logo SS18 Hlorenzo

A COLD WALL*

For our second collaboration with Britain’s A Cold Wall*, founder Samuel Ross presented an immersive visual concept involving tension and disruption. Utilizing the 4000 sqft raw space of our soon to be relocated mens store, we enacted Sams vision to host a special presentation of ACW's SS18 collection alongside a book signing of their first publication outlining the brands work thus far, entitled Phase 1 Archives.

A Cold Wall* Installation Hlorenzo Relocated Men Store
A Cold Wall* Installation Los Angeles Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Designer Samuel Ross Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* SS18 Collection Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Hlorenzo Installation

ORIGINAL CONCEPT BY SAMUEL ROSS


HLNR SS18 MENSWEAR CONCEPT

A look into multi-brand menswear aesthetics for SS2018 highlighting tailored silhouettes, tartan and Jacquard suiting, and redefined & refined footwear staples.

Kidill Plaid Suit SS18 - Hlorenzo
Kidill Buckle Stud Belt SS18 - Hlorenzo
Undercover Spiritual Noise Combat Boot SS18 - Hlorenzo
Henrik Vibskov Men Check Suit SS18 - Hlorenzo
Maison Margiela Metallic Bag SS18 - Hlorenzo
Gosha Rubchinskiy x Adidas Copa SS18 - Hlorenzo
Y/Project Collage Belt SS18 Hlorenzo
Y/Project Men Jeans SS18 Namacheko Cropped Jacket  - Hlorenzo

TOUCH FUZZY GET DIZZY

Womens HLNR SS18 collections assembled in 411 studios Downtown LA


For our second collaboration with Britain’s A Cold Wall*, founder Samuel Ross presented an immersive visual concept involving tension and disruption. Utilizing the 4000 sqft raw space of our soon to be relocated mens store, we enacted Sams vision to host a special presentation of ACW's SS18 collection alongside a book signing of their first publication outlining the brands work thus far, entitled Phase 1 Archives.

FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION:

A Cold Wall* Installation Hlorenzo Relocated Men Store
A Cold Wall* Installation Hlorenzo Relocated Men Store
A Cold Wall* Hlorenzo Installation
A Cold Wall* Hlorenzo Installation
A Cold Wall* Designer Samuel Ross Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Installation Los Angeles Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Installation Los Angeles Hlorenzo
A Cold Wall* Installation Los Angeles Hlorenzo

A look into multi-brand menswear aesthetics for SS2018 highlighting tailored silhouettes, tartan and Jacquard suiting, and redefined & refined footwear staples.

FEATURING: Kidill / Undercover / Henrik Vibskov / Y/Project / Comme des Garcons


TOUCH FUZZY GET DIZZY

Womens H.L.N.R selection assembled in 411 studios downtown Los Angeles


99%IS Designer Bajowoo Hlorenzo

99%is // INTERVIEW W/ BAJOWOO

The birth of 99%IS- , Where were you and what were you dreaming of?

1. At that time, I was a junior in college. I started 99%IS- as an experience before graduating and getting a job. I met so many people from different cultures while traveling abroad. Wherever I go, I was not lonely. I was happy because of that minors and that subcultures. I was able to get to know the people and the culture – small as 1% everywhere.

You are always with your friends! How does friendship inspire your creative process?

2. I went to my first live club when I was only 12. I met my big brothers there, and they inspired me to design their clothes, posters, and cds. That’s how my friendship started to inspire my works. I could try something new based on their ideas. Like each part of the band members, drummers or guitarlists, need their own outfits for the best performance. I listened to them, and learn to try something real and something new. We live our own lives, although sometimes they look just the same to someone’s eyes. But We respect each other in this individual life.

What’s your favorite cartoon?

3. Dragon Ball, Tomorrow’s Joe, Slam Dunk

What are your favorite punk bands?

4. SKUNXS – The first ever Korean punk band. It started when I was 21. We did the band together for 3 years. I owed them so much, and took me 3 years to pay the dept.

How does punk culture influence 99%IS-?

5. D.I.Y mindset, attitude and behavior for everything.

How does Seoul and Tokyo culture inspire your designs?

6. It’s not about where I am. At least Korea and Japan is the same to me. Now I’m thinking of our contemporary life in this whole asia, and this whole world. We always change because we are alive. And there are always things we want, need, and must do.

What is something you consider a necessity to your happiness?  

7. Health!

99%IS Studded Leather Vest Bondage Joggers Cap  SS18 HLNR Hlorenzo
99%IS Studded Leather Jacket 99%IS' Cap SS18 HLNR Hlorenzo
99%IS Studded Leather Printed Jacket HLNR Hlorenzo
99%IS Studded Leather Printed Jacket & Joggers HLNR Hlorenzo
99%IS Leather Short Exclusive Printed Tee Shirt Hlorenzo
99%IS Mask Exclusive Sunglasses - Hlorenzo
99% Studded Leather Vest 99% Cap SS18 - Hlorenzo
99%IS Green Leather Jacket - HLNR Hlorenzo
99%IS Designer Bajowoo Hlorenzo

99%is INTERVIEW W/ BAJOWOO

The birth of 99%IS- , Where were you and what were you dreaming of?

1. At that time, I was a junior in college. I started 99%IS- as an experience before graduating and getting a job. I met so many people from different cultures while traveling abroad. Wherever I go, I was not lonely. I was happy because of that minors and that subcultures. I was able to get to know the people and the culture – small as 1% everywhere.

You are always with your friends! How does friendship inspire your creative process?

2. I went to my first live club when I was only 12. I met my big brothers there, and they inspired me to design their clothes, posters, and cds. That’s how my friendship started to inspire my works. I could try something new based on their ideas. Like each part of the band members, drummers or guitarlists, need their own outfits for the best performance. I listened to them, and learn to try something real and something new. We live our own lives, although sometimes they look just the same to someone’s eyes. But We respect each other in this individual life.

What’s your favorite cartoon?

3. Dragon Ball, Tomorrow’s Joe, Slam Dunk

What are your favorite punk bands?

4. SKUNXS – The first ever Korean punk band. It started when I was 21. We did the band together for 3 years. I owed them so much, and took me 3 years to pay the dept.

How does punk culture influence 99%IS-?

5. D.I.Y mindset, attitude and behavior for everything.

How does Seoul and Tokyo culture inspire your designs?

6. It’s not about where I am. At least Korea and Japan is the same to me. Now I’m thinking of our contemporary life in this whole asia, and this whole world. We always change because we are alive. And there are always things we want, need, and must do.

What is something you consider a necessity to your happiness

7. Health!

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