The latest lookbook for the ROARK Spring/Summer 2013 Collection sprouts a new idea of what fashion-forward menswear brands should be. The clothing was designed by the Los Angeles-based fashion collective ROARK, with each piece being a celebration of the individual in order to keep them at the forefront of men's fashion. This modern-age collection mixes the casual with the formal to create a multifunctional wardrobe for the dapper gentleman who appreciates a relaxed fit.
Striving to blend fabrics and shapes, the designers used a multitude of fabric combinations and layering giving the collection depth. From loosely constructed knits, tailored suit jackets to linen pleated shots, the menswear brand uses the right mixture of pieces in order to increase the wearability of its pieces. The ROARK Spring/Summer 2013 Collection proves that the collective has growing capacity.
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