London's "Magic Moment"

Mens Memoirs takes over the streets , shops, underground and nightlife in London for our Magic Moments. We give you "London Style"

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Dunhill F/W 2010-2011

Sharp and tailored, the look at Dunhill was all about wardrobe classics and a good nod to tradition with crests and badges, driving gloves, flannels and tweeds and a varying palette of gray and brown.
Our sources tells us that this collection will be in Dubai soon so visit the nearest Dunhill Store and make sure your Cards are ready.

For more Information visit: Dunhill



New York-based artist fashion impresario CHRISTOPHER LEE SAUVÉ is a momma’s boy. Whether he’s drawing inspiration from punk nuevo Brooklyn street kids, or his idol Andy Warhol, this Canadian-born designer always looks back to his mother for inspiration. “When I was a child, in the early 80’s, she would create her own over-sized, silk-screened, bold-graphic t-shirts,” recalls the artist from his Brooklyn studio, “she would cut and rip the neck and wear them as elegant evening dresses.

It was revolutionary.” Not content to wallow in her shadow, SAUVÉ recently burst onto the cultural landscape with his own line of t-shirts that have become controversial collector’s items after being embraced by THE NEW YORK TIMES, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, VOGUE, ELLE, PAPER MAGAZINE and PEREZ HILTON.

We are lucky to know this young man and we are proud owners of his tee's (as seen below on Mohammed) and we hear stories that he will be working with Dubai based t-shirt label "house of glaMO".

Mohammed in CLS
Mohammed in "Anna Maus" coming out this fall

For more information please logon here CHRISTOPHER LEE SAUVÉ

Dimos Natar

We have recently discovered the Talented and Handsome Fashion Designer Dimos Natar. Born in 1981 in Nicosia Cyprus, Dimos studied at Kingston University in London graduating with a Law Degree. After going back to his home land Cyprus in 2004 he created the brand Natar/Yastrobnik with Tomas Yastrobnik, showcasing in London, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Austria and Cyprus.in various exhibitions and fashion weeks.

In 2009 he created his own label under his name Dimos Natar (his actual name is spelt Demos Nadar), participating with Harper’s Bazaar Fashion week. Knitwear is a strong point in his collections, creating his own fabric and using various handmade techniques.

At Mens Memoire we look forward to see what he has yet to develop as he looks extremely promising. We love his designs entirely and hopefully we will get a chance to get hold of some of his pieces. Keep an eye and ear out for this young man as he has a future in international fashion industry and you will remember and quote us because "We told you so"

For more info go to Dimos Natar

Thierry Lasry Plexiglass !!!

Thierry Lasry teams up with Scandinavian label Acne for their Spring 11 menswear collection giving us the ultimate disco accessory "Mirrored sunglasses in Plexiglass".
We cant wait to get our hands on those sunglasses.

For more Information visit: Thierry Lasry

Geil magazine "Save The Males"

Whatever happened to manly men on the Fashion Show's !!!!
Geil magazine chief editor Daniele Mancinetti and his fashion director Benjamin Armand addresses this case, by naming their upcoming issue "Save the Males".
Daniele explained that real males on catwalks seem to have disappeared, replaced by skinny 'womanized' teenagers carrying handbags and wearing hot pants apart from the classical Armani and Bottega Veneta man, and the beefy statuary boys of Dolce & Gabbana and DSquared2, “real males” seems to be out of fashion, condemned to hard time trying to fit in slim pants or structured jackets."
The models that have been used for this issue are Marcus Andersson, Doug Porter, Ned Shatzer, Chris Mosier and David Axell, photographed and shoot by Idris + Tony.
Watch out for this issue coming out in September 2010.

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