Jian DeLeon

Senior Menswear Editor

Jian DeLeon is the Senior Menswear Editor at WGSN. He reports on trends in men's apparel, streetwear, the evolving young men's market, and more traditional menswear labels and manufacturers. His background includes editorial experience at Complex Media and GQ, and contributing to the book "Contemporary Menswear: A Global Guide to Independent Men's Fashion," published by Thames & Hudson in 2014.

50 posts  |  Last entry Jan 19, 2017


The Best of Milan’s AW17 Menswear Collections

Home to tailoring traditions and storied high-end houses, we rounded up the best of what the Milan men's shows had to offer.

The Best of London Collections: Men

The boys are back in town. We highlight some of our favourite men's catwalk collections from London.

Rochambeau Mixes Wearable Tech With Experiential Retail

The #BornDigital BRIGHT BMBR combines menswear's most popular jacket with a technological twist. The limited-edition garment is also a digital key to exclusive experiences.

#ICYMI Day 2: Everything is Gucci

One's a revitalised Italian fashion house. The other, a venerated Atlanta rapper. Here's why both exemplify the current state of the luxury market.

In the New World Order, Oversized Garments Provide Wearable Solace

In an interconnected world, menswear's embrace of oversized silhouettes and exaggerated volume creates a wearable safe space.

cos mr porter collaboration

What COS x MR PORTER Teaches Us About the Modern Menswear Uniform

COS and MR PORTER's collection of problem-solving garments that make everyday dressing easier speaks to what most men look for when buying clothes.

Peels NYC Mixes Blue Collar Clothes With a Youthful Attitude

Jerry Peel's brand, Peels NYC, channels blue collar garments with an affordable price and authentic workwear appeal.

Raf Simons to Show at New York Fashion Week: Men’s

In a groundbreaking move, the lauded designer will bring a much-needed cultural boost to the New York men's shows.

Rin Tanaka Talks Inspiration NY, Americana, and the Secret to Brand Longevity

The prolific Japanese journalist, photographer, and expert in practically all things vintage menswear talks about the unifying factor that keeps brands relevant for decades—sometimes centuries.

eXkite Turns Kites Into Sustainable Outerwear

Ex-pro kiter Renzo Mancini turns retired kites into extremely weatherproof (and extremely wearable) jackets.

NÁMENK Melds Mexican Handcraft With Street Luxury

The leather handcraft brand from Mexico City street culture veteran Ricardo Campa mixes artisan traditions with modern sensibility.

How YSL used accessories to propel the brand message at PFW S/S17

The logomania footwear and accessories were a key talking point for the Yves Saint Laurent brand at Paris Fashion Week. WGSN reports