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The MenStuff June 2011 hunt starts in a week’s time – Friday June 3rd. There’s a huge amount of hunt gifts on offer from brilliant designers, and you can check it all out on the MenStuff blog. I also recommend joining the InWorld group. Read about that on the blog.

A number of the hunt designers have been good enough to send me their gifts so that I can whet your appetites! First up is .:EMO-tions:. gift by designer Mirja Mills. She is offering this hair in two colorways, one in black and one in blond. Here’s the black one which I like very much – a slightly tousled style that manages to look both smart and casual depending on what you wear with it – therefore nice and versatile. I especially like how the hair is feathered at the edges and the fact that it needed little alteration to fit. Here’s Mirja’s Marketplace store.

The other hunt gift I’m showcasing today is from JfL Men’s wear. Designer Johnfrancis Laville has offered us this wonderful open necked shirt with loosened up tie which accompanies the matching vest and pants. A great style for when you’ve had enough of working and just want to chill out. I have a lot of JfL’s stuff in my inventory and it’s unfailingly smart, well textured and stylish, along the lines of Urban Chic. So I think we’re very fortunate to be getting one of his outfits completely free!  Here’s his Marketplace store.


Written by Moz Loordes

26/05/2011 at 1:10 pm

Posted in Fashion

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