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Paris Report: Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2011

June 26, 2010

Every since the days of the leisure suit, men have been trying to find ways to be both stylish and comfortable. Most of the attempts, including the aforementioned poly-blend number, have failed miserably.

Fortunately, Paul Helbers over at Louis Vuitton has made it his mission to create clothes that feel as good as they look. Helbers is the men’s studio director under artistic director Marc Jacobs, which basically means he isn’t top dog at the house, but he’s your guy when it comes to menswear. He does a hell of a lot of work to create functional, modern clothing, and his work is your gain.

Louis Vuitton’s spring collection had the kind of luxurious pieces—lightweight nylon parkas and silk seersucker blazers—that you would buy for vacation but end up wearing all the time.

via Paris Report: Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2011: The Daily Details: Blog: Details.


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