Monsieur T. 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

With a name like Monsieur T. there are some obvious French influences at work for the Portland based brand. With inspirations derived from the brands roots growing up skating and snowboarding in France, the collection looks to talented artists as part of their seasonal offerings. Look for their 2008 spring/summer collection to hit stores starting next month.

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With a name like Monsieur T. there are some obvious French influences at work for the Portland based brand. With inspirations derived from the brands roots growing up skating and snowboarding in France, the collection looks to talented artists as part of their seasonal offerings. Look for their 2008 spring/summer collection to hit stores starting next month.

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