Monday, April 12, 2010

Menswear: Mjolk Fall/Winter 2010

Living & working in New York city, we are often blessed with inspiration as New York ladies know how turn heads with their inventive sense of high & low dressing, however the city's men, mainly the hipsters who tend to pay attention to their attire, seem to be stuck in a perpetual rut. A typical uniform consists of facial hair, thick black glasses or Wayferers, a trilby, a buffalo plaid button-down, skinny jeans and high-tops or military boots, and we've had enough to say the least... Get your man to say au revoir to the typical, bye to the sporty/preppy 80's redux, bye to the severity brought on by Dior Homme and hello to the wonderful hybrid of norms that makes Mjolk's Fall 2010 collection so quietly strong. It's a bit preppy, a bit nostalgic of the 40's, a bit dandy, and a bit sporty with just the right amount of playfulness brought on by variations in proportion. There's nothing awkward, or too forward thinking, everything is simply dead-on in it's simplicity & ease.

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