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Menswear Fall-Winter 2013-14 (Mens Fashion Week - London, Milan, Paris)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by GoldenTribe, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Senior member

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    Siki Im looking very cool, I like the apron/vest thing. Snowman could probably make it work.
     


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    Siki Im:

    The aprons are actually rather brilliant I think. It is a simple piece that can subtly add to or even transform an outfit through color, texture, as well as silhouette (different / layered lengths and hems is something that Siki plays with a lot). I particularly like the reversible shearling version. Looks really cool worn under coats and / or knitwear.

    The knitwear is nice this season as well.
     


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    all footwear in the show is Guidi, by the way

    this is also one of my favorite looks. the top with the textured wool body and smooth cotton sleeves is really simple and really awesome. i love the belted harem pants too, but the drop crotch is so extreme that I don't know that I'd wear it. still, makes me want to tailor the legs of my damir pants so they fit more like this

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    this is another fave. the coat is cool, but it's 10x cooler only done up only at the neck like this and then left open. (the leather jackets were styled the same way). you can also see the shearling vest peaking out.

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