I don’t want to forget the men in some of our weirdest fashions. Men in skirts, men in pastels, men in geometric designs, men in Face Hoodies? Mohawks are making a comeback and Canes. What do you think? Which is the wierdest? Let us know and any eyewear suggestions?
1.) Luis Manteiga geometrically challenged futuristic look. This is a tough one. We chose Jonathan Paul , wrap shades with side windows. This way, you can secretly watch peoples expressions when they see this garb.
2.) Thom Browne- Face Hoodies, mixed matched clothes and mohawks and skirts. Nice abs, Obviously no eyewear needed.
3.) Built likc a Brick…? A couple of chimneys? This reminds me a little of Dick VanDyke singing Chimney, in Mary Poppins. John Paul Gaultier and Moschino. Only a fairly simple frame for here, way too much going on! Our pick- Legre
4.) Court Jester? Riffing on Reffing? Moncler Gamme Bleu. Only Red or yellow will do. Our pick is OGI
5.) I love Walter Van Beirendonck. Aqua, Yellow, orange, pinks and blue. But we decided this needs a wackier touch. Our pick Colab
6.) California Designer Rick Owens Monastic Look. Future priests? With this look, nothing else will do except Eyes Of Faith
7.) Givenchy Skirts. I am thinking a nice green frame in a oblong shape to add just a traditional masculine touch. Our pick Modern Optical
8.) Walter Van Beirendonck Mens Fall Winter 2012. I would describe this as a Phantom of The Opera goes Mod! More Face Hoodies and Canes. Again, no need for eyewear.
9.) Bernard Willhelm Fall Winter 2012. Can’t tell if it is all about farmers or skaters? With that in mind, we think Switch Vision might be perfect, that way they can get all types of lenses to decide if they are painting, skating, or just being cool.
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