Posted Nov 10, 2009 in For Him | 1 Comment


Giuliano Fujiwara Men’s RTW Spring 2010 Collection

Although for many of you the weather has been dipping below the freezing point, here in sunny Los Angeles it was five degrees below normal at 80 Fahrenheit.  I have been holding onto these pictures from the Spring/Summer 2010 runways for a couple of months because many of the looks can be worn year-round. These were my top five looks. Each one is so completely different but together would make up my ideal kloset.

Band Of Outsiders

Band Of Outsiders has been one of my favorite new designers. His collection is filled with woven clean-cut shirts. Its kinda  “beachster prep”.

Commes Des Garcons

Commes Des Garcons is one of my favorite designers, as their collections are always so unique. This look may seem a little out there, but the clothes are simple at the same time. I always roll up my pants, and loved the gingham at the bottom of these.


DSquared: As a Canadian, maybe I have a personal bias, for this line. I would toss this entire outfit on to the T (yes, even with the umbrella). It’s nebbish, yet very dapper.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen: I consider this look weekend attire because of the nice, cozy oversized sweatshirt. I doubt I’ll be working on any art projects, but the paint adds a bit of pop and the combat boots complete this look.

Phillip Lim

Phillip Lim: After viewing his first complete men’s collection, I give this look and the rest of the line an A+. They say less is more, and it’s so true. As boring as a sweater and shorts can be, something about this shot makes it super cool.

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  1. Yea it really seems that the baggy chinos are gonna be widespread during the summer!
    My only concern is about the undershorts leggings!
    I loved what Ricardo Tisci did for Givenchy; specially with those combat sandals. But DSquared2?
    Those guys are pathetic! Who likes camping anyway?

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