Seijo Imazaki by Isauro Cairo for Simons Spring 2011 Campaign

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Published April 16, 2011

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Simon Says–Montreal-based store Simons enlists Seijo Imazaki for their spring 2011 campaign photographed by Isauro Cairo. Offering a range of fine sportswear, smart suiting and bold prints, stylist Michael Macko highlights the best of the season from the likes of Dsquared², Comme des Garçons, Christopher Kane and Givenchy.

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