The Lacroix Homme Fall/Winter 2012 Collection Makes Church-Ready Looks

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Featuring bold red garments, or ones with red leather details and crucifix-inspired designs, the new Lacroix Homme Fall/Winter 2012 collection deliberately plays on religious themes to create controversy. One sweatshirt from the collection features a large cross design made out of beautifully adorned religious medallions.

The collection does have a fair share of safer pieces; plaid outwear, basic red and blue tops and some modernly tailored black leather coats are all stylishly suitable choices for those who don't want to make any perceived comments on religion. There are also some nifty casual pieces that superbly showcase one of this year's most popular trends, the tribal print, if you are feeling a bit more daring. So whether you like to turn heads with a dramatic look or a more refined one, the Lacroix Homme Fall/Winter 2012 collection will have a piece for you. Stats for Religiously Regal Runways Trending: Older & Mild
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