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Simply entitled 018 Collection, for Fall 2012 Gustavo Lins proposed a and rigorously composed corpus: a very constructed overcoat cut in double crepe, another sportier version in reversible wool and cotton poplin, and the ampler, 'Blanket" model in cashmere. There is a classical jacket...

Susan Tabak home Susan on her way into the GUSTAVOLINS presentation GUSTAVOLINS is a label created by Gustavo Lins–a Brazilian-born (but now very Parisian) architect-turned-designer. We'd heard good things about the men's collection, which is only one season old, and we made it a point...

Like a great pair of heels, you just can't beat a sharp-looking jacket. Smart, sophisticated and chic all wrapped into one great item of clothing, jackets are great because you can wear them when you want and take them of when you want. Sounds so simple, but I wear a jacket with almost any...

Models danced between rows of records and CDs at Hollywood's landmark Amoeba Music store, dressed in "fur-free fur" or embroidered coats and jackets adorned in cat motifs and leopard and tiger prints. Light dresses bore graphic circles while loose blouses were paired with loose trousers....

Susan Tabak home Brazilian designer Gustavo Lins originally studied to be an architect, but was sidetracked along the way by his love of fabric. Following that instinct, he moved to Paris; promoted his pattern-making skills to designer brands like Jean Paul Gaultier and Kenzo; and, and in...

" Consisting of black leather apparel, military-inspired coats and jackets, denim shirts, and graphic tees, the collection features a full range of street-influenced offerings mixed with Japanese flavor. Inspired by A Tribe Called Quest's 1993 album "Midnight Marauders," the selection aims to...

Everyone knows that fall is the season when you swap sandals for boots, tanks for sweaters and swimsuits for coats and jackets, but why stop with your wardrobe? You only look as good as you feel and the key to feeling great is a good night's sleep. Now before you head to the mattress store...

It's been unseasonably warm in New York City this October — for which I'm actually quite grateful since I abhor the cold — so I've been trying to give my summer-y clothes as much run as I possibly can before the temperatures plummet and it's all about trench coats, motorcycle jackets, fuzzy...

Keeping up with sportswear silhouettes, Gustavo Lins proposed a series of variations that juxtaposed the common aesthetics of menswear. Concerned with the purely practical aspects of clothing, he created his own aesthetic of the minimum, without losing sight of the codes of masculine...