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Nathan Smith – S/S 2009/10 -

11 July 2009 | 6 Comments

If you are a man, add the voile men’s shirt in say, black to the charcoal pant, ground down with brogues, boat-shoes or whatever takes your fancy and what emerges is an outfit that transits from beach to the office and into the night.

Working in tandem, apart or twisted and scooped into something else, each piece adheres to Smiths’ philosophy: there are no rules. Steal a piece from the other sex? It doesn’t matter. Rip the sleeves off? He’d probably admire your audacity. Even wear the tee dress with nothing at all underneath and he may just appreciate your smile.

Model: Brendan @ Priscilla’s







6 Responses

  1. Nathan Smith Spring 2010 | The Fashionisto Says:

    […] For-Tomorrow, our friends from down under share with us the latest from Nathan Smith.  Simplicity at its best, the young label has moved beyond the basic tee and pair of sweats to encompass a full range that carries with it emotion. Uncomplicated and straight-forward, the collection’s pieces bear a lived-in quality that provides for better adherence to individualistic style, rather than forcing an aesthetic. From slouchy tanks to alluring shawls and tops, the collection is a natural progression of expanding boundaries.  Smith’s man is honest and forthright with a modest sense of style that is always in vogue. Pictures from For-Tomorrow […]

  2. Blake Says:

    very well put together props

  3. Designer rag: Nathan Smith S/S 09-10 « Mens rag Says:

    […] {Mens Rag is sourced from For-Tomorrow} […]

  4. Jimmy Says:

    Those colours are amazing.

  5. Sebastian Says:

    When will this stuff be available and where?

    First image to right with drapey jacket and trousers is my personaly favourite! Great to see a step up in nathan smith

  6. For-Tomorrow Says:

    This stuff will be available next month, stockists not released as yet.

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