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  1. Nepali at | | Reply

    His manipulation of fabric to create texture is the highlight of the collection. The silhouettes are modern, but not trend setting or fashion forward. In the menswear section, the velvet olive pant and the drapped silk jersey have to be removed, and also the gathered ribbon forming a bow in the silk shirt.

  2. sherry at | | Reply

    the metrosexual look for the men are acceptable but i will never understand borrowing feminine patterns like frills and bows (yup, i’m talking about the shirt in the second last picture).they may represent fashion eccentricity and something designers like to explore but, like i said, don’t like the fine line they draw between men and women’s clothing.

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