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Third Floor New York Fall 2009

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Photographed by Amanda De Simone, Grayson Vaughan brings a quiet confidence to Third Floor New York’s fall look book. The mood created is in tune with the collection’s inspirations of “abstract armory, disobedience within a private academic environment and recurring issues of mental entrapment.” Relying on the use of black, red and white, the collection plays with unfamiliar silhouettes and cuts. Although the collection has its daring elements like skin exposing straps, it remains accessible at the same time by holding firm control of a vision to bring traditional pieces into the modern age with subtle adjustments made to the drape or detailing. Because of this, the collection leaves itself open to both the contemporary man of style and the man who walks on the untamed avant-garde side of fashion – knowing no boundaries.

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Pictures courtesy of Third Floor New York

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2 Comments

  1. mswhitte

    May 26, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    Cedric and Anthony really understand menswear, and they are bringing something new and amazing to the way we see it, feel it, and wear it! We worked on a collab, for the accessories in their look book. i.e., the necklace and pin! LUMINARY x THIRD FLOOR NEW YORK!

    congrats guys!

  2. mswhitte

    May 26, 2009 at 1:08 pm

    Cedric and Anthony really understand menswear, and they are bringing something new and amazing to the way we see it, feel it, and wear it! We worked on a collab, for the accessories in their look book. i.e., the necklace and pin! LUMINARY x THIRD FLOOR NEW YORK!

    congrats guys!

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