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Buckler by Andrew Buckler Menswear

BUCKLER BY ANDREW BUCKLERFashion Presentation PhotosFall / Winter 2010-2011New York Fashion Week’On the Road’ Collection inspired by Jack Kerouac’s novelLess is more when it comes to this fashion presentation rather than a full-blown runway show. Sometimes it is best to experience the clothing in the setting much like where they will be worn. In this case, a gritty raw space loft in New York’s Chelsea art district.Reworked American 1950′s garments have a very modern and edgy appeal that most men can identify. There are plenty of dense Japanese twill chinos, selvage denim, and flannels shirts with plaids inspired by the artist Jackson Pollack.There is emphasis on drop-crotch pants which looks so right on the models but may be difficult for the average guy to pull off. Don’t fret, there are plenty of other pants options to keep your wardrobe well-stocked next fall.

Published on August 26, 2010

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Runway Reminder- Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 Fashion Show New York Fashion Week

Marc Jacobs fall 2010 Runway Review: Marc Jacobs is back in full form for Fall 2010 making his collection one of the week’s top highlights, if not the best

Published on August 26, 2010

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Agyness Deyn Works East Village Punk Mash-Up Style

“Sneak Peak: The September “New York” issue of V Magazine features supermodel Agyness Deyn looking very downtown. I’m a downtown girl through and through..Self-expression rather than cloned perfection is more my thing and that’s what I love most about living in New York’s East Village.The neighborhood maintains its sense of edgy self-made style and uniqueness. Sure, punk stores on Saint Mark’s Place have been replaced by yogurt shops and dissident rockers gave way to hip Japanese and NYU students, but there’s no doubt that there will be something interesting, insane, or inspiring once you set foot onto the street.There remains a certain grit and vibe left over from the neighborhood’s hardcore rock days of yore. The super-cool John Varvatos store has replaced the legendary punk rock club CBGB’s yet it still honors its music heritage and marries it to modern fashion. And that edgy mix is exactly what this spread is about.”

Published on August 18, 2010

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Glam Punk Street Style- Make It Personal

“The suber fab and very incognito laptop case belonged to equally fab and greatly adorned Kristina “KISS” Gress, an accessories designer and assistant to the shoe designer Ruthie Davis at RADesign.Kristina was more than workin’ the rocker warrior fashion trend that’s so hot right now. Even though many of her accessories are right on trend, I have to say that Kristina’s edgy punked out look seems organic to her personal style rather than the latest fashion affectation.”

Published on August 02, 2010

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American Fashion On View

Must See: American High Style: Fashioning a National Collection at the Brooklyn MuseumHere’s a fashion treat for those of you in the city this holiday weekend or in the next 2 months.The Brooklyn Museum, it’s an incredible museum that’s just a few train stops out of Manhattan, marks its new relationship with the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, with an exhibition of some of the most renowned objects from its esteemed costume collection.The fashion exhibition consists of approximately eighty-five dressed mannequins and a selection of hats, shoes, sketches, and other fashion-related material that will reintroduce the collection, long in storage, to the publicAmerican High Style is organized in groups representing the most important strengths of the collection. Works by the first generation of American women designers such as Bonnie Cashin, Elizabeth Hawes, and Claire McCardell are featured, as well as material created by Charles James, Norman Norell, Gilbert Adrian, and other important American designers. Also included are works by French designers who had an important influence on American women and fashion, such as Charles Frederick Worth, Elsa Schiaparelli, Jeanne Lanvin, Jeanne Paquin, Madeleine Vionnet, and Christian Dior

Published on May 28, 2010

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