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Robert Graham Reinvents Men’s Closets With Neon Paisley and Fuchsia Baroque Prints

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Robert Graham Reinvents Men's Closets With Neon Paisley and Fuchsia Baroque Prints

Posted: Aug. 23rd, 2013 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment
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Its a rarity when an American brand can make a name for itself without giving into the life-sucking vortex that can be the fashion industry. For a label to take itself less seriously, enjoy life and project that lifestyle onto its consumers, it has to have a concept that reaches past the lush faade of fashion and hit you somewhere between those baby blues and Gucci belt. If the all-encompassing awesomeness of colors and prints dont make you feel the need to rework your entire closet, then nothing will; and you should just stick to khaki slacks and navy blue polosor so says menswear brand

Robert Graham

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Robert Graham Reinvents Men&#8217;s Closets With Neon Paisley and Fuchsia Baroque Prints

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Posted: Aug. 23rd, 2013 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment

robert graham, menswear

Photos Courtesy of Robert Graham

It’s a rarity when an American brand can make a name for itself without giving into the life-sucking vortex that can be the fashion industry. For a label to take itself less seriously, enjoy life and project that lifestyle onto its consumers, it has to have a concept that reaches past the lush façade of fashion and hit you somewhere between those baby blues and Gucci belt. If the all-encompassing awesomeness of colors and prints don’t make you feel the need to rework your entire closet, then nothing will; and you should just stick to khaki slacks and navy blue polos—or so says menswear brand Robert Graham.
You might like : Newcomer Noah Waxman Brings Traditional European Shoemaking Stateside
Related Topics : Menswear, Fashion Designers, Fall, 
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