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APC Shirt

le Wednesday 24 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

It has been a long time since we have not talked about A.P.C. And you havee probably already checked the whole new collection out. Just let me have a word about this shirt, which is one of my favourite piece from their autumn-winter 2010 collection. You may object it is another check shirt among millions…. Read more

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Natural Selection Denim

le Tuesday 23 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

As any denim lover, I’m not indeferent to any new brand I find out about. Few weeks ago, Coggles has released Natural Selection, an English jeansmaker established since 2009. Beau-ti-ful ! How to describe these slimfitted jeans? Two words: neat and minimalistic while featuring little details strenghtening their style : a discret tag on the… Read more

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Iro Leather Jacket

le Sunday 21 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Iro was created in 2004 by two brothers. They were only creating clothes for womens till last summer. But the first “official” mensline is coming this season. It goes from casual-smart to dandy rock and features couple of beautiful pieces. This leather jacket have some epaulets and two flats pockets, being halfway between a biker… Read more

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Paul Smith Beanie

le Thursday 18 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

A short time ago, I was telling you about Paul Smith Scarves, here is the matching beanie. My speech hasn’t changed at all, I still like the piece’s colors. I promise I won’t write anything about the gloves, if they nevertheless exist (though I’m pretty sure they do!).

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Boxfresh Jacket

le Thursday 18 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Some of you may still have the chance to enjoy a warm weather even at mid November. In that case, you could certainly wear this Jacket which Boxfresh calls “Baseball jacket”. It’s probably due to its Varsity look, and because of its lightness, reason why I’m talking about mid season. The patches are giving some… Read more

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Our Legacy Tartan Shirt

le Thursday 18 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

A lovely tartan shirt from a brand I’m particularly fond of : Our Legacy. What’s usually an excentric pattern becomes sober through a tasteful choice of color. The shirt is plaid cotton made, and I’m adding it at the top of my shopping list. £129 from my-Wardrobe

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Folk x Edwin Jeans

le Wednesday 17 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Put together Edwin, a top quality renowned jeansmaker, and Folk, a fashionable brand, and you’ve got an incredibly appealing pair of jeans. It’s actually picking up what both brands are good at, in order to satisfy jeans lovers demands. And they really manage to “do the job” well. £139 from Kiosk78

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Jeans

le Monday 15 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Here is a slim fitted pair of jeans from Marc by Marc Jacobs collection. Denim here is soberly washed in a light blue color, and it changes from usual unwearable-full-of-details jeans. $190 from Ssense

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Paul Smith Peacoat

le Sunday 14 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

I found this Paul Smith peacoat on sale rummaging on e-shops. It is wool made which guarantees a certain quality and sturdyness. A classic design is what we can expect from such a peacoat, at a pinch, the only original thing here is the buttons. A great occasion to get a top quality piece fot… Read more

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Norse Projects Jeans

le Friday 12 November 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Norse projects has recently released its first jeans collection. You’ve got the choice between three fits : straight (the One), slim (the Two) and tapered (the Three). You’re seeing the “Two” above,m atter of tastes :). All three have basically the same design with a Norse Project pin on the back pocket. They’re in 13.5oz… Read more

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