Thursday, 2 October 2014


 Like I said, they're only threads. But he shure does wear them well.

This fine and dapper looking gent is Toni Tran of Fashitects who we spotted on day 3
of London Fashion Week in September 2014. If ever you were into menswear or of
the thinking that it's boring and lacks the excitement womenswear has, this young
man will easily help persuade you otherwise. Tony makes everyday life for a man,
normally something for so many, a tedious catchup, seam so exciting and fun.
Each day is an adventure and it starts off with some style excursion or exploration.
He's only young. What would he know. He can't cut it. I hear those dark thoughts
a few of you out there may have. Well he does cut it and frequently. If he feels the
need for a suit and what he sees doesn't cut it, Tony gets out the sketch pad, pens
his thoughts, purchases the desired fabrics and cuts it his very self, and puts it all
together thus creating desired look he wanted. Something we believe he does 
rather well.

Tony loves both architecture and fashion and its a harmony and symmetry that
works perfectly in his life hence the name of his website and blog. After all,
good clothing does just grow on trees. The finest of items are just that for good
reason. They are designed. Given life, crafted using the finest of materials,
pushing the boundaries of technique and the manufacturing process itself,
even if done the good old fashion way with needle, thread and scissors.
The end game is to aid self expression of how one feels and yes it can if lucky
be a masterpiece. We've seen Tony wearing a few of those from time to time.

Here, we see Tony wearing a tailored 3 piece Prince of Whales suit with a shirt 
by those two Italian gentlemen known as Dolce & Gabbana.

Lots more street style action to follow.  JSTREETSTYLE

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