Ahead of London's Men's Fashion Week, CALM Ambassador RKZ asks faces from across the fashion industry why dressing good can make you feel good.
From the early days of London Collections: Men to now, the menswear scene in London has exploded into a flurry of street style and catwalk photographers, models and media running around like headless chickens, trying to cover and covet all of the latest trends. It’s also the first event in a roller coaster month around Europe, which will take the majority of the industry folk from London to Florence to Milan to Paris. Safe to say, it can be a bit of a whirlwind—mostly for good reasons; occasionally for bad.
Earlier in January, CALM collaborated with Topman on The Common Room for LFWM’s first foray into East London, taking over Labour & Wait and in turn giving the fashion industry a much-needed place of solace. Having visited it between shows, it made me realise just how important respite is when you’re on-the-go. But that’s just it. How do you successfully implement good habits that prioritise mental and physical well-being in an industry that is constantly switched on, and constantly has the world’s collective eyes on it?