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French Truckers fashion blog digs the best of men’s fashion on a daily basis. Whether it is about timeless like the lastest trends, affordable like high-end fashion, we broach the subject under different forms: selected items, looks, fashion advices, tests , trend analysis, new collections, reports, brands histories and a huge shopping guide with more than 1300 brands with their stockists.

Beach Towels

le Friday 08 August 2008byTony the “Cement maker“

The season for lazy afternoons on the beach has arrived. Whether the time on the towel is used to recover from the night before or to relax after a bitterly-disputed beach volleyball match, your towel should no longer have a giant portrait of Droopy in swimming trunks. The choice of beach towel(s) is difficult as… Read more

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Paul Frank Flip-flops

le Wednesday 06 August 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

Flip-flops are the essential accessory for holidays. These are from Paul Frank, with his famous ape, Julius. I’ll take the occasion to tell you that you can see all our holiday selections by clicking on the tag beach.

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Von Zipper Stache Sunglasses

le Tuesday 29 July 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

Let’s break out the sunglasses again, this time with a pair from Von Zipper. Founded in 1999 in California, VZ specializes in extreme sports eyewear, such as snowboarding masks. My favorite: the Stache in red, white and blue! They do the same style in 4 other colours: black, white, red and tortoiseshell. The frame is… Read more

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Sweetman patent leather belt

le Friday 04 July 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

Mike Sweetman is a Parisian designer which I had mentioned last year in an interview (in French). He has since opened a new shop at 24 Boulevard Raspail, dedicated to shoes, bags, jewellery and accessories. In his accessories range he usually has some stylish belts including a few snakeskin ones. But today I’m looking at… Read more

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Vinylize Sunglasses

le Monday 30 June 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

So today we’re back to sunglasses with Tipton Eyeworks and their Vinylize glasses. An idea launched by Hungarian designers Zach and Zoltan Tipton, these sunglasses are made from old vinyl records. Originally launched in the USA, the collection arrived in France in 2005. It was an extremely exclusive release, to say the least. I love… Read more

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WeMoto t-shirts

le Monday 16 June 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

Founded in 2003 by Stefan, Gregor and Patrick, WeMoto is not the t-shirt subsidiary of Motorola, but a German streetwear label worthy of being more well-known. You know, our German friends don’t just make great cars but they also do great fashion, the t-shirts they sell are really unusual and have fun motifs. More subtle… Read more

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Double-breasted A.P.C pea coat

le Saturday 07 June 2008byTony the “Cement maker“

The early spring often brings about a frantic rush for a jacket to warm up the cold Parisian mornings. As I’m always short on time, I have a method of searching in concentric circles. Let me explain: you start off in the shops closest to your home and progressively widen your search as your despair… Read more

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Second selection: steel watches

le Thursday 05 June 2008byJunior the “conker”

I know that you’re going to say that watches with metal straps are commonplace. Well, I hope you will agree that some of the watches I will show you in the follow-up to this article are a little out of the ordinary! So let’s see them. From left to right: Paul Smith “PS20”: Sky €575… Read more

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Bérengère Claire checked shirts

le Monday 02 June 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

The name probably won’t mean much to you, and that’s not surprising, because before becoming an independent stylist, Bérengère Claire, from Lorraine, worked in TV and cinema. She decided to embark on a solo adventure during a year spent in New York. She created her first collection, drawing inspiration from her surroundings and the eclectic… Read more

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Beryll Sunglasses

le Monday 26 May 2008byJoe the "tire-remover"

Beryll was founded in 1998 in Austria. Sigmar Berg, its creator, trained as an architect. He is now based in Santa Monica. In his approach to design, he attaches great importance to matching glasses with the shape of the face, and the choice of materials. The sunglasses are handmade in Italy. You can identify them… Read more

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