8.26.2012

Perfect 10/10

I promised myself to limit photos on my blog but I want to share with you all the photos from this rad editorial/ lookbook conceptualized by Suphanat Suwansanya . I first encountered this fashion-forward- Thai menswear label "10/10" when my fave men's fashion blogger (and good friend ) JP Singson brought pieces of it from his Bangkok trip. I've been told how the clothing and RTW industry in Bangkok is doing well. 10/10 brings a rather fresh , hi-end approach with a high street sensibility for the irreverent men. I am obsessed with geometric silhouettes, and clever tailoring you know that and everything is a perfect 10. Get in my closet! all of you!


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photos// fashionisto

7 comments:

  1. the structures are incredible! makes me want to wear it too despite it's men collection :P


    Love,
    Pudding Monster

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    1. yes i believe they are unisex in nature as well. yes for gender bending fashion haha

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  2. Thanks for your comment, and wow I love your blog name, it's genius! I actually recall seeing you somewhere, maybe on lookbook? You are a male blogger who takes risks and is not afraid to wear womenswear (whats there to be afraid of right?), the shoes you wore in the last post from Asian Vogue is beyond! I want one too! I got the nina ricci ones but it actually broke... :'( this designer's kinda cool, kind of a rad hourani meets Gareth (the early years) sort of situation, but to be totes honest, I'm a bit worried that this look is a bit 'out-dated', what do you think? most designers who are succeeding the most are trending towards a more "colorful" collection, with texture and cuts with tailored and couture vibes which is why I feel like this Thai designer might need to jazz it up with more color/texture and not ONLY play with panels in order to modernize his collection, but still, there're LOTS of pieces and separates that I would gladly like to own.

    xx nathan.niche
    http://www.the-provoker.com/2012/08/lenfant-terrible.html

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    1. Hi nathan . i hope you are well. yes! he might have chosen neutrals and hints of bronze to condense the color palette of his collection which btw is Transeasonal hehe . So i guess he stopped himself from exploring colors too much . hehe. I have seen pieces from thai designers and most of them opt for monochromatic palette hehe.Nevertheless, im hoping to see colors for his next collection hehe. see u!

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