1.20.2010

SF: "I Usually Take the Ferrari"-Sonny Crockett

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Miami Vice may not be the most serious of television shows, particularly one that would inspire an impeccable men's collection. But, the costume styling behind Michael Mann's television show has culturally been more influential on intelligent fashion since. Fortunately, the same cannot be said about the acting of Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas.

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Bright, pastel henleys and relaxed fit trousers in bright blue and soft peach add a playful and colorful feel.


Tailored suits in light, summer fabrics are paired with casual tartan plaids and comfortable espadrille-like shoes. Together they give every man's inner Miami-undercover cop that casual cool confidence.


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Add sexy, Miami-influenced tunes made by synth masters like Sorcerer, a Corvette with modified Ferrari doors and a slick speed boat for added sex appeal.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

More Scandinavian designers, see if you can carry Whyred.

G-Star is not distinctive anymore (and has its own megastore around the corner)

spacer woman said...

Actually G-Star West Coast is owned by us. You don't like the Dutch?

We like Whyred!

Soon we will be carrying more Scandinavian designers as well as young talent from here in the States:

Acne main collection
New Nudie denim selections
Woolrich Woolen Mills
Rouges Gallery
And we are the only store to offer Bastille exclusive Highland (a young new brand we love that will be carried)

We love Scandinavians!