APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

Here’s a look at APRIL77 2008 spring/summer collection for men. A favorite of Japanese fashion magazine HUGE (which hipsters devour these days), we see a classic street style referencing an era likened to that of your parents. It’s true, history does repeat itself, wingtips, Ray Ban frames, vests, biker jackets, and ankles exposed all make a strong combo from the French brand April 77.

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APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

Here’s a look at APRIL77 2008 spring/summer collection for men. A favorite of Japanese fashion magazine HUGE (which hipsters devour these days), we see a classic street style referencing an era likened to that of your parents. It’s true, history does repeat itself, wingtips, Ray Ban frames, vests, biker jackets, and ankles exposed all make a strong combo from the French brand April 77.

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

APRIL77 Men's 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

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