Ami Debuts This Fall

A new French menswear line is debuting this fall - Ami (which means “friend” in French). It’s designed by Alexandre Mattiussi, who at 31 years-old already has an incredible resume. He’s worked his way through Dior Homme’s 30 Avenue Montaigne label, Givenchy, and Marc Jacobs. Now he’s doing his own label, and the coming Fall 2011 collection looks pretty damn good. The line feels like a slightly younger, dressed down version of elegance. If you click through to their website, you get to see a short video they made, which I think shows off the clothes quite well. There are cable-knit sweaters, cord trousers, camel trenches, and wool polo-necks. Colors tend to be earthy and muted - browns, sands, grays, etc. It’s obviously for a slightly younger market, but I think it looks like a great Fall collection for men in their mid-20s to early-30s. 

The line is sold at pop ups in France, but will also be available at Barney’s and Mr. Porter. I can’t wait to check it out. 



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    I would wear all of these
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    some suits that look appealing, professional...definitely NOT boring.
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