(via v2com.biz) Being a man in the fashion business is like walking on a tightrope when referring to dress code, you can either stay with the traditional conservative suit meets posh sportswear weekend look. or you totally go avant-garde and take the risky androgynous route like I do. Both styles work for those who can assume an identity within them, but sometimes its nice to find a designer who understands the balance between; enter the realm of DUBUC.
Known for being among the most noted Montreal designers, Philippe Dubuc has created a distinct method for creating menswear with a gentleman's edge. Finding that line where design and function are seamlessly intertwined, no one ever questions the look and feel of a DUBUC garment. Traditionally staying within the versatile tones from black, charcoal and occasional earth tones, wardrobe standards are surpassed as tailoring rules with an iron fist.
As the DUBUC man continues his dominance of the urban territory, Fall 2013 "Be A Man" collection chooses a less constricted way of expression as concentration focuses on fabric choice of tailoring to reveal a luxury spirit for the rugged winter terrain. Features include coated fabrics, foam backing, and densely woven materials that give a more graphic undertone to enhance and diversify the solid classics within.
View the images below, and get inspired to "Be A Man".
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