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February 18, 2011

Fall Favorites Part II

Gant by Michael Bastian
the most amazing red feather belt
worn with a quilted down jacket done in translucent nylon. I love the touch of the white and spotted feathers that made for a rather “real” print.
Antonio Azzuolo
Big white fur scarves are a little more casual than fur collars and possibly twice as warm.
Steven Alan
bright orange leather gloves that I wish they had styled on a guy
deep red corduroy tiered-skirt suit
Rad by Rad Hourani
men in tights: my favorite piece out of the unisex collection, the short black flappy jacket
Siki IM
so wrong it’s right: a 3/4 sleeved black wool wrap kimono jumpsuit that I didn’t think I’d ever need but now yearn for more than ever
backstage access to Siki IM pre-show
What were your favorites among the Fall 2011 shows at New York fashion week?

5 Comments

  • Harry Hilders
    February 18th, 2011 at 7:35 am

    Is anybody seriously going to wear that red feather belt? Looks like pubic hair …

  • Izzy
    February 18th, 2011 at 12:03 pm

    Harry: I beg to differ. Perhaps pubic hair of the most glorious phoenix-peacock cross breed!

  • Brandon
    February 21st, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    I LOVE YOUR RESPONSE IZZ! Fuck Yeah! I'm so glad you caught a smiling model at that infernal Azzuolo collection. They needed to loosen up! And we both want the same Rad jacket too :/ we could go twosies on it and share it half the week?

  • Fashion Philosopher
    February 25th, 2011 at 9:42 pm

    I love Siki IM. They are not very known in Europe really goregeous stuff, also nice pics of this designer on http://www.sonnyphotos.typepad.com. Your comment regards the feather belt is very amusing. The Fashion Philospher

  • Tom Foolry
    July 27th, 2011 at 11:42 am

    Eh, I can't say I like these styles that much, but then again, I guess I shouldn't be the one reading a men fashion blog… I'm too casual for this kind of stuff, I suppose


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