"The Emergent Voyager" is a response to the actualities of contemporary life.The speed of passing hours has been radically reconfigured by digitalization. The inconvience of time’s passing hours have been permanently altered.The previous impossibility of instantaneous communication and information acquisition is now a relied-upon actuality. BEAU HOMME interprets these developments in a collection reconfigured for the accelerated rate of the everyday.

An Unencountered Embrace S/S 16

"An Unencountered Embrace" advocates for the expansion of acceptance. The cultivation of a collective humanity is reliant on moving beyond a disengaged, passive acceptance of others and progressing towards a genuine embrace of the "other." Swerving pattern lines and merging halves entwine and embrace in an expression of human connectedness. Indications of human interconnection are further represented by the reoccurring motif of athletes in a huddled formation. This "Embrace" motif achieves a duality of meaning. The figure appears as a flower in full-bloom from a distance; it is only on closer inspection the cluster of interlocked human bodies becomes visibly evident. Mankind's monumental accomplishments and nature's majesty are dependent on the diverse, combined strengths of individualized roles and functions. Through the embodiment of unity, the collection glorifies the merging of bodies and of the glorious resulting potentialities.

Inevitable Heroes Forgive A/W 15

"Inevitable Heroes Forgive" is an appeal for the release of pain and misgivings. There exists a continual opportunity either to enlarge the heart in the practice of compassion or to debilitate emotional growth by clinging to what is already gone. Yesteryears sorrow must be relinquished to make way for the magnificence of the everyday. This sentiment is represented by a textile print of an eyeball re-imagined as a hot air balloon. Floating upward, the depicted balloon carries a tender heart away to a divine oblivion, a place where all resentments expire. Armbands, a symbol of mourning, acknowledge injuries incurred and are an invocation of emotional release. The collection is a reminder of the importance of forgiveness, both in oneself and others.

Meta-morphosis S/S 15

Meta-Metamorphosis” re-imagines the fixed, immutable object as an actively transforming entity. Morphing, flowing, and evolving form is examined and interpreted through fabric. A sculptural fluidity is achieved through inventive pattern cutting techniques. A waistcoat flips up upon itself to form a blazer. Trouser pleats are reconfigured into twisted contours. The hand-drawn and hand-painted textile prints further serve to convey the extraordinary actualities afforded by change. The collection is an embrace of dynamic evolutions possible in both nature and in the individual.

Fourth Dimension of Thought A/W 14

"Fourth Dimension of Thought" is a tribute to the awesome potential of human thought. As the momentum of the human experience accelerates exponentially due to technological developments, purposeful and contemplative thought is compromised. This collection addresses these developments by celebrating the virtue of thought, in both garment construction and textile design. The forms and fabrications of the clothes explore the literal and conceptual functioning of thought. The melding of handcrafted crochet with cutting-edge spacer textiles creates abstracted representations of the firing brain and of thought itself. Illustrated textile designs poetically glorify acts of graceful defiance and commemorate the power of face-to-face interaction.

Modernist Anarchy S/S 14

"Modernist Anarchy" is informed by the work and legacy of architects Eero Saarinen (1910-1961) and Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012). Through their groundbreaking work, radical functionalism and the emotional coolness of Modernism are fused together with sensuality. Man's impulsion for beauty and variation is sated by creations, which deviate from the reductive notions of form. Curvaceous and lyrical forms enrich the landscape by abandoning the prevailing authoritarian structure of public buildings. The collection echoes the intentions of both men by re-contextualizing traditional garment construction. Lapels extend into sweeping structural forms, sleeves fold over themselves to form collars, and swathes of fabric extend from trouser pockets.

The founders of BEAU HOMME, George Bunker and Justin Mansfield, met one another in the workrooms of the London College of Fashion. Since their initial meeting, the pair has worked in tandem to investigate garment construction and to establish a distinctive, contemporary menswear aesthetic. The two entered the fashion domain in a circuitous manner. George, a dual American/British citizen, graduated from New York City's School of the Visual Arts with a painting specialization before going on to exhibit in group shows and to work in the art department of several fashion publications, which led to his securing the role of Gallery Director.

On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, Justin pursued his undergraduate studies at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, where he specialized in Graphic Art and Design. He went on to train as a bespoke tailor and later served as the long-term studio/production manager for a luxury fashion house. BEAU HOMME is a London based brand, which re-imagines conventional menswear standards. Dynamic forms are explored by merging together tailoring, sportswear and print. In the reconstruction of the expected, BEAU HOMME offers a broadened scope of personal expression.


Les créateurs de Beau Homme, George Bunker et Justin Mansfield, se sont rencontrés dans les ateliers du College of fashion de Londres. Depuis leur première rencontre, le duo n'a cessé de travailler de concert : ils ont effectué des recherches sur la fabrication des vêtements et sur la création d'une ligne pour hommes originale, contemporaine et esthétique. Les deux jeunes gens sont entrés dans le domaine de la mode de manière indirecte. George, un citoyen anglo-américain, a obtenu un diplôme de l'Ecole d'Arts Visuels de New-York avec une spécialisation en peinture avant de se produire dans des expositions et travailler dans le département art de plusieurs publications de mode,l'amenant à tenir le rôle de directeur de Galerie d'Art.

De l'autre côté de l'Océan Atlantique, Justin a poursuivi le premier cycle de ses études à Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, où il s'est spécialisé dans l'art graphique et le design. Il travailla ensuite comme tailleur à façon puis plus tard servit longtemps de directeur de studio/production pour une grande maison de couture. Beau Homme est une marque basée à Londres, qui re-imagine les standards conventionnels des lignes pour homme. Des formes dynamiques sont explorées en faisant fusionner coupe,vêtement de sports et impression. En réinventant ( refabriquant) l'attente , Beau Homme offre une plus grande place à l'expression personnelle.


BEAU HOMME(ボウ•オメ)の創設者、バンカー•ジョージとマンフィールド•ジャスティンはロンドンカレッジオブファッションの作業室で出会いました。 最初の対面以来、特徴的で現代的なメンズウェアの美観を確立するために二人で並走してやってきました。しかし、二人の経歴はファッションとは離れていました。 ジョージはアメリカとイギリスの二重国籍で、ニューヨークのビジュアルアートで絵画を先攻しました。後、グループショーに出展し、いくつかのファション紙のアート部で働いた経験はその後、ギャラリーディレクターとしての役割を果たして行きました。 その頃、大西洋の反対側、ロンドンではジャスティンがセントラルセイントマーティンズ美術大学でグラフィックアートとデザインを先攻し、卒業後はオーダーメイドのテーラーとして訓練を重ね、長期に渡り、高級ファッションハウスのプロダクションマネージャーを務めていました。 BEAU HOMMEは従来のメンズウェアを再想像するロンドンベースのブランドです。奇抜なフォルムがテーラー、スポーツウェア、プリントと、幅広い分野を駆け巡り、幅広い分野で個人表現のお手伝いを提供いたします。











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