agnès b. Fall/Winter 2012 | Paris Fashion Week
The Taming of the Kid–agnès b. was in fine form this season. Executing a more precise collection than seasons past, commercial intent reigned, dialing down the quirky for a delightful outing with youthful fundamentals. Cleaned up for the season, suiting dressed in plaid and autumn hues provided ...
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Modern kilt + creepers. Yay or Nay? - Page 6
If any of the rabble keep up with mainstream fashion trends, you may know that right now creepers (sometimes called brothel creepers) are HOT! Now, while I probably wouldn't try and match your average pair with a kilt (even a modern one), I came across these black, leather upper, buckled creepers and thought that they might actually work quite well with a modern kilt (think: Utilikilt or similar). What do you think? http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/1082/umc12lblk.jpg
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After a positive response on their first menswear collection, designers Marcel Robin and Alexandre Ruimy have once again infused a new hightened experience. The Fall/Winter 2014 collection introduces a new evolution to the elevate man, producing a wave of elegant utilitarian wear,... »
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