Check out the super chic Fall/Winter 2011 collection from menswear designer Mujda.
Having bathed in style since his early years, Mujda is an unwavering jet-setter. No longer content with the sole function of distributing other designers’ fashion through his Ibiza or Bordeaux boutiques, he has conceived his own menswear collection for the second season, promoting a delicate and eclectic elegance.
Defining Mujda‘s function in the world of fashion, one could easily call him a Jack-of-all-trades, or a one-man-band. More drawn to style than to styling and knowing all the secrets of the trade, Mujda sufficiently masters the spells of the industry to propose his eponymous menswear collection, in which he gathers an assortedly elegant, innovatively precious chic for men.
Check out Mujda‘s full Fall/Winter 2011 collection after the click.
Another Cruise 2012 line that we think rocks. Marc by Marc Jacobs collection for Cruise 2012 is sporty, tailored and all around cool, although we’re still not quite sure when the Cruise season is exactly or who buys from it. We love the tie dyed pieces — although now that the dark, messy tie dye technique has trickled up to Marc Jacobs we’re certain of its imminent death in cooler, indie lines — the high waisted pants and the splashes of color.
Check out the full Marc by Marc Jacobs Cruise 2012 collection after the click.
We were just about to have bag withdrawals, but during a bit of online eTail therapy found this Black Crinkled Aluminum Holdall Bag from one of our favorite lines — A Brand Apart — that made us have faith that there must be a (fashion) God out there somewhere. Check it out and get yours from Luisa Via Roma’s eShop.
Another Japanese menswear line — this time it’s the Fall/Winter 2011 collection from Suzuki Takayuki, whose collection we love. It’s got that slouchy, but tailored, crumpled hobo look to it that only the Japanese can do like this.
Check out the full Fall/Winter 2011 collection after the click. For more information and images, check out Takayuki’s official brand site.