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Myar Men's Fall 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

Myar Men’s Fall 2019

Andrea Rosso focused on giving a second life to jacket linings this season.

clock January 20, 2019Jennifer Weil

MYAR Men's Spring 2019

Fashion Show Reviews

Myar Men’s Spring 2019

Andrea Rosso’s army uniform upcycling label focused on the color khaki this season.

clock June 26, 2018Jennifer Weil

Myar Men's Fall 2018

Fashion Show Reviews

MYAR Men’s Fall 2018

Andrea Rosso revisits a martial past for a collection of serialized one-of-a-kind garments.

clock January 22, 2018Lily Templeton

Myar Men’s Spring 2018

Fashion Show Reviews

Myar Men’s Spring 2018

For its second official collection, the label presented a compelling new range of reworked military garments for the urban wardrobe.

clock June 17, 2017Katya Foreman

Myar Fall 2017

Mens Fashion

Myar Men’s Fall 2017

The inspiration was military but Andrea Rosso said he had “no intention to glorify the war.”

clock January 17, 2017Luisa Zargani

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