Good Eats.

30 Apr

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As a kid I was deadly afraid of carrots. No matter how many times my mom cooked them or hid them in my lunch or told me how “good” they were for me I just couldn’t eat them. I figured if she’s fat then how healthy are carrots really?

Cut to today, I’m a vegetarian and carrots are a part of my diet, same for “prints.”

I HATE PRINTS! Well I thought I did.

I always thought prints were unflattering, redundant and can be dated and borderline tacky. Today I no longer think prints are confusing and overbearing. Progressively I am seeing designers come up with innovated, keen and sensational ways of delivering prints down the runway.

One trend this season for men is printed/graphic suits.

A few posts back I mention that I am trying to get into suits. While aimlessly scrolling on Facebook I ran across Guadalajara, Mexico based menswear designer Paulo Succar.

The 24 year old’s exciting graphic illustrations for his ss/13 collection “Obscure Biology” a mix of Gothic with astronomical illustrations is perfectly paired. I found this collection very modern yet polished, I adore the 50’s silhouette. The skinny-suit with the tapered legs and high hems isn’t bulky but form fitting and lithe. I applaud Paulo’s take on today’s suit particularly how he made it youthful and edgy.

Paulo Succar’s lively graphic suits can be incorporate it into your wardrobe with other pieces. I would suggest adjusting the jacket’s waistline.

Check out Paulo Succar’s collection on Facebook.
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