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FW13 Recap Roundup: All the Fashion That's Fit to Wear


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Recap Roundup: All the Fashion That’s Fit to Wear

In case you missed some of the fashion from Florence over the past several weeks, here’s a quick recap with links of the interviews and coverage for some of what you’ll be seeing on the street and in the stores later this year. Join the discussion!

Barena: Great fabrics, unique colors, and a great silhouette for casual, relaxed Venetian menswear. One of my favorites of the season.

Florentino: Etro meets Junya at a much lower pricepoint, direct from Spain. An excellent choice for those who want a wide range of styles and choices with decent quality that won't require a second mortgage.

A(LeFrude)e: Rei Kawakubo goes to Belgium in the old days of Viktor & Rolf. Wearable, relatively slim, and accessible pricing makes this brand one of my favorites of the many Japanese designers presented.

Abboud: It’s back! Interesting line of modern, minimal classics to take us back to the future. Think Jil Sander, CoSTUME NATIONAL, and Menichetti back in the days when Prada was still made in Italy.

La Comedie Humaine: Unique, high quality French brand channeling 19th century literature with an eye to contemporary tailoring. Also a great line of accessories like bags and printed silk scarves.

Artisanal Japanese: Lots of unique brands from H*Katsukawa shoes to Kaoru Kaneko bags and slip-ons. A little bit of everything for a wide range of tastes and pricepoints.



H*Katsukawa from Tokyo (From Artisanal Japanese Thread)

La Comedie Humaine:
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