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“To gain universal recognition for American menswear fashion designers” – One dedicated goal of the 5th major installment of Men’s Fashion Week that will launch in LA on June 2013 as it kicks off LA fashion week.

Menswear isn’t just about the sharp suits and fancy cuff-links  It is also about each garment’s tailoring history. Whether these are made by big brands or by a humble homeboy with a sewing machine; Bespoke or Ready-t0-Wear; each has a story to tell. As the designers turn imagination into creation, brands are born.  This is where MFW comes in, to showcase and support their collections. Whether it’s a 25th anniversary line or a debut line.

Men’s style has evolved through the years while this industry kept it’s focus on women. Menswear subtly changed and improved and became bolder. Couture designers who usually make women’s clothes are now venturing into menswear. The attention these passionate designers on how men should look is the strength of Men’s Fashion Week. A few months ago the British Council debut their first MFW. Check our aftermath trends post here. In October, America has launched its own through Men’s Fashion Week Los Angeles.

With their signature red bow-tie, MFWLA are making on impact on west-coast Men’s style and maybe soon, globally.

It’s not just for the fashion savvy men.
It’s for everyone.
Imagine the Possibilities

 

Learn more at www.mensfwla.com

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Images used are from MensFashionWeekLA Facebook