Landlord

Landlord Men's Fall 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

Landlord Men’s Fall 2019

Ryohei Kawanishi fully embraced prep, but without losing sight of Landlord’s DNA.

clock February 7, 2019Aria Hughes

Landlord Men's Spring 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

Landlord Men’s Spring 2019

Ryohei Kawanishi drew from Windows 95 for this collection.

clock July 10, 2018Aria Hughes

Landlord Men's Fall 2018

Fashion Show Reviews

Landlord Men’s Fall 2018

Ryohei Kawanishi freshened up punk with Tartan plaid anoraks, corduroy suits in bright colors, angora, color-blocked sweaters and knits styled with rhinestone bras.

clock February 7, 2018Aria Hughes

Landlord Men's Spring 2018

Mens Fashion

Landlord Men’s Spring 2018

The line showed many reggae influences.

clock July 12, 2017Aria Hughes

Landlord Men’s Fall 2017

Fashion Show Reviews

Landlord Men’s Fall 2017

For its third season, Landlord turned to Nineties hip-hop artists and streetwear for inspiration.

clock February 2, 2017Frederick Marfil

Landlord Men's RTW Spring 2017

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Landlord Men’s RTW Spring 2017

Landlord breathed new life into the everyday working man uniform in its spring collection.

clock July 14, 2016Frederick Marfil

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