Designer Christopher Basin has succeeded in developing a truly unique line of men’s clothing for the GANT Rugger brand through his Unkempt Sprezzatura Fall/Winter 2012 Collection, and while this cooking-phobic inStash writer could never see himself standing in the mirror wearing any of it, that is more a statement on my poor fashion sense than any detriment to Basin, my wife tells me.
These looks are definitely different from anything you’ll get in an American department store with liberal, devil-may-care use of denims, canvas, wool, and flannels for that East Coast restauranteur look that the designer is shooting for. It’s an interesting assortment of work and casual-based clothing that will set you apart from most of your friends. Whether that’s a good thing is for you to decide.
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