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Foo, NYR, woe, Vox - This is how you monetize your Esquire BDRM success

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Presented without comment 

 

http://store.thestyleblogger.com/

 

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As you probably know from reading thestyleblogger.com, I love tailored wear and I've been a client of Michael Andrews Bespoke for some time.

So I teamed up with Michael to design their first ever ready-to-wear collection, which will be sold, in limited quantity, exclusively in thestyleblogger.com online shop.

I wanted this collection to cater to men like me, who enjoy wearing suits not because they have to, but because they wantto.

Therefore, each piece in this collection is designed so that it can be easily "dressed-up" or "dressed-down". Think updated slim fit, high armholes, soft shoulders, textured fabrics, unlined jackets, flat front pants, etc. 

I also styled the lookbook accordingly, showing each piece worn casually and formally.  

The first collection, Spring/Summer 2011, is a very limited run - so be ready to act fast!

Yours in style,

Dan Trepanier, aka "SB"

post #2 of 27
"The first collection, Spring/Summer 2011, is a very limited run - so be ready to act fast!"

haha..........like people are going to clamor to buy this stuff.

Never even heard of this guy, but props to him for flipping nothing into something.

Interesting how people get gassed so easily........
post #3 of 27
Is this Dan's member name? If so, GREAT post with Nick Wooster today. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Good luck with the new line.
post #4 of 27
MA "Bespoke" Ready To Wear? facepalm.gif
post #5 of 27
The colors aren't bad. I don't care for the cut. Still I wish him the best.
Edited by RSS - 7/27/11 at 4:31am
post #6 of 27
To my eye those "M.A.B. / by Dan Trepanier" (interior) tags are beyond ugly.
post #7 of 27
The world needs a Trépanier clothing collection like it needs a hole in the head.
post #8 of 27
So, this is vox's real face? He looks younger than expected.

http://store.thestyleblogger.com/product_images/f/482/1DSC_1551__83343_zoom.jpg
post #9 of 27
Yes, thats him.
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The world needs a Trépanier clothing collection like it needs a hole in the head.

nice! biggrin.gif
post #11 of 27
Honestly guys, come on. This stuff is better looking than 99% of RTW at that price point.

You guys really can act like a bunch of bitchy teenage girls sometimes.
post #12 of 27
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

Presented without comment 

 

http://store.thestyleblogger.com/

 

tumblr-ljtkmxcasw1qisbq9o1-400.jpg

 

 

As you probably know from reading thestyleblogger.com, I love tailored wear and I've been a client of Michael Andrews Bespoke for some time.

So I teamed up with Michael to design their first ever ready-to-wear collection, which will be sold, in limited quantity, exclusively in thestyleblogger.com online shop.

I wanted this collection to cater to men like me, who enjoy wearing suits not because they have to, but because they wantto.

Therefore, each piece in this collection is designed so that it can be easily "dressed-up" or "dressed-down". Think updated slim fit, high armholes, soft shoulders, textured fabrics, unlined jackets, flat front pants, etc. 

I also styled the lookbook accordingly, showing each piece worn casually and formally.  

The first collection, Spring/Summer 2011, is a very limited run - so be ready to act fast!

Yours in style,

Dan Trepanier, aka "SB"


some of these look great: details on construction? thx
post #13 of 27
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Originally Posted by Lounge Lizard View Post

MA "Bespoke" Ready To Wear? facepalm.gif
Oswald Boateng has Bespoke Couture ... which is neither. It does bother me when terms are used incorrectly ... even more so when done intentionally and including the word bespoke.

As to the line of tailored clothing, if that is his dream, I hope he suceeds.
Edited by RSS - 7/27/11 at 7:55am
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You must have stepped on some toes or something, considering the sour comments. Otherwise I can't understand why someone would bother write such vicious stuff about someone who's only crime seems to be having designed his own RTW line.
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