Mister 2012 Spring Lookbook

The inspiration for the Mister 2012 spring lookbook was to merge classic pieces with key details in

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The inspiration for the Mister 2012 spring lookbook was to merge classic pieces with key details in order to create a sense of nostalgia that still had a sense of newness to it. The button-ups draw from formal wear ranging from chef’s coats to contrasting collars made to look like bow ties. The entire collection was designed and produced in San Francisco, California and is now available online through Mrsfc.com.

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