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Tweet Paris, June 30, 2012 – It’s not so much that I hate camouflage print, it’s just that it has become so played out over the past few seasons. Didn’t a handful of menswear designers do this to death already? Perhaps it’s menswear’s answer to the oh so Jerseylicious leopard print? I applaud efforts to rework […]
Tweet The craziest couture show of the week? That’s what the Huffington Post called Iris van Herpen’s Fall/Winter 2011 Couture Collection (video). With only five new pieces, van Herpen’s ‘retrospective’ début on the Paris Couture Schedule was the 27-year-old’s brazen attempt to wake the fashion’s illuminati up to the genius of her collective work-to-date. In […]
TweetSandals have been around forever. Technically the first real shoe, ancient Egyptians made them from palm leaves and papyrus, the Greeks made from willow leaves and twigs, and the Japanese from pieces of fabric and rice straw. These archaic sandals sound significantly less comfortable than the cheap and cheerful Havaianas everyone’s been wearing for better […]
TweetBack in January, I had posted a list of It’s All Style To Me Essentials for Spring/Summer 2011. Subsequent Men’s SS11 trend posts have gone over the Belted Trench Coat, Braided and Roped Belts, the Über Statement Sports Coat, and The White Suit. While contemplating the popularity of men’s coloured trousers and the widespread use of […]
TweetThey are bold, they are in-your-face, and they are definitely not for everyone. I’m not talking about plaid, check, gingham, or tweed sports coats. In an effort to bring man one step closer to becoming a peacock, vibrant pattern-drenched fabric befitting of your grandmother’s finest curtains have been fashioned once again into sports coats. Tom […]