Spring 2010 | Claude Grant

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Entitled “Ramblin’ Rose”, Claude Grant’s spring 2010 collection was inspired by the prospects of creating a “street smart androgyny.” Although a menswear line, Grant felt that the collection had a romantic spirit perfect for both genders and decided to reflect that in his look book with the casting of both a male and female model. With this in mind, the collection approaches the season with ease and finesse, opting for light clean pieces. Revolving around a relaxed fit, separates embrace a free spirited nature that is organic and approachable. Rolled shorts of denim feature loose fray, while oversize tanks and shirting options are complete with subtle, but distinct embellishments. And if Grant’s soft laid-back approach is not captivating enough, his spring collection is rounded out by a charming leather jacket, cut short with enlarged lapels. Altogether, Grant offers bespoke garments of integrity that have a certain quality that make the wearer feel at home and always in vogue.

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Pictures courtesy of Claude Grant


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  • http://larapixie.blogspot.com/ Larapixie

    fantastic!love it!

  • http://larapixie.blogspot.com/ Larapixie

    fantastic!love it!

  • Anonymous

    BEAUTIFUL BOY !

  • Anonymous

    BEAUTIFUL BOY !

  • Anonymous

    BEAUTIFUL BOY !

  • Anonymous

    BEAUTIFUL BOY !

  • anonymous

    i hate this collection it looks old
    and the boy is ugly too bad casting claude you should of went more masculine there is mothing feminine about high waisted ugly pants and over priced tshirts

  • anonymous

    i hate this collection it looks old
    and the boy is ugly too bad casting claude you should of went more masculine there is mothing feminine about high waisted ugly pants and over priced tshirts