Since 2010 Michael Bastian has been working together with big brand GANT introducing awesome selections that have even now extended into women's wear. Born in 1965 Michael Gant went throughout numerous other job roles ahead of launching his first selection in 2006. He formerly proved helpful for Polo Rob Lauren as well as Tiffany and Co gradually becoming a men's fashion director for Bergdorf Goodman. Gant however has its roots way before even Bastian was given birth to, beginning in excellent tops all the way back in 1941. All through the 60’s Gant organized popularity in the shirt department, becoming a well known international brand.


The amount of stress that both brands must feel while working together must be tremendous, as after all how can two fashion masterminds mixed get it wrong? The S/S 12 selection does the whole thing but get it wrong, presenting clean shades and components of style from both designers indicates that it is a outstanding selection for the young stylish crowd. The selection is a welcome conflict of Hawaii meets hippy satisfies United states traditional and is an surge of shade and style.
“It’s about what you can throw in your bag for a summer weekend and just go” – Michael Bastian


Implementing vivid bursts of yellow, turquoise and green makes this ready to wear line ideal for the several weeks ahead as it progressively gets warmer. The collections take on the on-trend Rugby shirt is outstanding with its deconstructed collar and is a great boost to anyone's wardrobe as a traditional item. The messy easy wearing in strategy that the selection has indicates it’s ideal for anyone who does not want to try too hard to dress well but still come across the part. In general the collection is fun and it is the little information like the take print that help it to be one of the smaller serious selections, and surely not is this a bad thing. Interesting partnerships can occasionally be a minor anti-climax though with what this one has provided so far there is no room for frustration as of yet.

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