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Y/Project Men’s Spring 2017

Y/Project Men’s Spring 2017

As androgyny and streetwear are leaving their marks all over fashion right now, Glenn Martens is keeping his finger well on the pulse.

Y/Project RTW Fall 2016

Y/Project RTW Fall 2016

Distorted proportions and gender-bending silhouettes ruled the runway at this spirited show.

Y/Project Men's Fall 2016

Y-Project Men’s RTW Fall 2016

Gothic, techno, punk, streetwear, medieval, lunatic asylum, fetishism were all words brought to mind by the collection from Glenn Martens.

Y-Project RTW Spring 2016

Y/Project RTW Spring 2016

Glenn Martens subverted suit and shirt fabrics, splicing them with rough textural elements for a streetwear edge.

Y/Project Men's RTW Spring 2016

Y/Project 2016 Men’s Spring Collections

Designer Glenn Martens is now fully embracing full gender fluidity.

Y/Project RTW Fall 2015

Y/Project RTW Fall 2015

Glenn Martens’ collection had less of a Goth semblance about it as the designer swerved in several directions.

YProject Mens RTW Fall 2015

Y/Project Men’s RTW Fall 2015

Citing urban lifestyles as his inspiration, Glenn Martens sent out a sharper collection, his third for Y/Project.

Y/Project Men's RTW Spring 2015

Y/Project Men’s RTW Spring 2015

Glenn Martens employed reflective materials on athletic drawstring pants (his signature) and tank tops.

Y/Project Men's RTW Fall 2014

Y/Project Men’s RTW Fall 2014

Glenn Martens’ first collection for Y/Project took the brand’s codes — leather and lots of black — and made them sharper and less gothic.