The Oliver Clark NYC Fall/Winter 2012 lookbook provides an unusual take on the display of menswear. The shoe brand has been known to release jaw-dropping footwear lines, many of which have stuck to the basics with classic designs. This showcasing of the brand however mixes things up via the haunting showcasing of headless male models.
Each of the men in this Oliver Clark series is found clad in relaxed apparel. And while the relaxed motif does hold true throughout, each shot demonstrates an alternative take on the look. Pink-tinged and teal blue oxford shirts exhibit a long list of ways in which males may sport brazen looks. This stands in stark contrast to the majority of menswear lookbooks that more often than not feature dark colors and safe cuts.
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