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Pazuki and Gentlemans Style March 06 2014, 0 Comments
One of our long time Pazuki fans Neil Rivers contacted Pazuki saying he might have an exciting venture for us, knowing Pazuki used to create a selection of menswear and men's accessories... A company that wants to specialise in 'Gentlemans Style'. So we rushed around, grouping together current prints from the latest SS14 and the upcoming AW14 collections that we thought were the most suitable. Along with a selection of photographs of our current and future stock on men and some 'ways to wear' fashion boards.
All set up and ready for the Gentleman's Style meeting
Thursday morning came and we had the pleasure of meeting Max and Ryan from the upcoming online lifestyle and fashion concept Gentlemans Style. They were full of fantastic ideas on how to expand the ever growing collection of Pazuki clothing and cater it towards men. We were extremely excited about some of the ideas instantly and are itching to get designing and producing as soon as we can (waistcoats, ties, shirts, pocket squares) some of the other ideas we are still slightly sceptical about... But we could be proven wrong (Pazuki onesie... hmmm). We can't wait to get working with them to make it all happen!
Max and Ryan looking through photographs and our SS14 scarves
Here at Pazuki we had been toying with the thought of adding a menswear line to Pazuki once again for some time (as many of our scarves are worn and enjoyed by men - why not have a clothing collection too?). We now have an excuse to make this become a reality.
A snippet of 'City Soup' one of our SS14 scarves ... were thinking Printed shirt?!
Ryan taught us the proper way to test a scarf is to gave it a sniff, we're not sold on that one :)
Once Ryan had finished sniffing our scarves, we gave them all a tour of Pazuki HQ...
Pookie, Max, Neil and Ryan in the Pazuki Studio discussing possible print designs
It was a very productive and inspiring morning, the Gentlemans Style team are full of fantastic ideas and we can't wait to spend some more time with them.