Lovers & Fuckers | Spring 2010

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Argentinean label Lovers & Fuckers reveal a more provocative side for the spring season. Inspired by a retro image of bikers, the youthful label turns to denim cutoffs, vests and leather for a cheeky spring outing. For their male line, Lovers & Fuckers turn this season’s story over to photographer Basilio Silva, who captures Facundo Sarobe in an anything goes attitude.

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27 Responses to “Lovers & Fuckers | Spring 2010”

  1. A very interesting presentation. I wish I could see more work from designers in Argentina & Brazil, which are often overlooked by the media.

  2. A very interesting presentation. I wish I could see more work from designers in Argentina & Brazil, which are often overlooked by the media.

  3. A very interesting presentation. I wish I could see more work from designers in Argentina & Brazil, which are often overlooked by the media.

  4. Awesome pics by Basi!!
    Yes, you should totally look into the work from people in south america, there is some pretty cool stuff going on here.

    Greetings form Argentina.

  5. Awesome pics by Basi!!
    Yes, you should totally look into the work from people in south america, there is some pretty cool stuff going on here.

    Greetings form Argentina.

  6. Copado

    @Nick: Yeah I second that. Name's in poor taste and the spread is derivative at best. Not to mention the clothes, they're absolutely forgettable. All in all, a real waste of 2 minutes looking at this crap, no one's giving them back to me

  7. Copado

    @Nick: Yeah I second that. Name's in poor taste and the spread is derivative at best. Not to mention the clothes, they're absolutely forgettable. All in all, a real waste of 2 minutes looking at this crap, no one's giving them back to me

  8. really disappointed at the lack of originality coming from my country (Argentina obvs) + what a childish name

  9. really disappointed at the lack of originality coming from my country (Argentina obvs) + what a childish name

  10. Surething

    @Los Natas: Fuck you, this is some cool shit!

  11. Surething

    @Los Natas: Fuck you, this is some cool shit!

  12. Yes, I have seen great things coming from Rio, Saõ Paulo & Buenos-Aires. This is not the best but it's already far better than many things we see around England! The back of the denim jacket reminds me of the collage from the blog "from brazil with love" (frombrazilwithlove.thepop.com/).
    http://davidikus.blogspot.com

  13. Yes, I have seen great things coming from Rio, Saõ Paulo & Buenos-Aires. This is not the best but it's already far better than many things we see around England! The back of the denim jacket reminds me of the collage from the blog "from brazil with love" (frombrazilwithlove.thepop.com/).
    http://davidikus.blogspot.com

  14. there is so much in argentina….gogogo and bring an empty case but not for the traditional leather (which is beautiful) but for all the designers who aren't represented elsewhere

  15. there is so much in argentina….gogogo and bring an empty case but not for the traditional leather (which is beautiful) but for all the designers who aren't represented elsewhere

  16. @ Los Natas: Cambiate el nombre del nick, no te mereces ese nombre.

  17. @ Los Natas: Cambiate el nombre del nick, no te mereces ese nombre.

  18. Argentines always like to complain, the brand offers much more than any independent brand of Buenos Aires, that's a fact.
    Like it or not. For me, it's a very cool indie brand. Keep rockin'

  19. Argentines always like to complain, the brand offers much more than any independent brand of Buenos Aires, that's a fact.
    Like it or not. For me, it's a very cool indie brand. Keep rockin'