The Ruffian Fall 2011 Collection Makes its Debut on the Runway

By: Matt Ho - Published: Feb 14, 2011   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: ruffian & fashionista
Famed designer duo Brian Wolk and Claude Morais aka Ruffian have debuted their Fall 2011 collection on the runway. The clothes have a wonderful classy aesthetic with an androgynous edge due to some of the tuxedo-inspired outfits. The collection also shows off new blazers, skirts, pants and coats with black-and-white flannel patterns.

Check out the brand new Ruffian Fall 2011 collection in the gallery.

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