Ami Fall/Winter 2012 Menswear Collection

Alexendre Mettusi or ‘Ami’ has revealed his fall/winter 2o12 menswear collection. That collection can’t be described by anything except; the most stunning & classy, yet simplest menswear collection that you can see that season. Ami hasn’t gone so far from his previously revealed menswear collections, since Ami has been known by his admiration in mixing simplicity with classiness & elegance. Briefly, the new fall/winter fashion trends presented by Ami can be considered as a continuity to his last menswear collections!! I think that now it’s time to reveal some of those trendy cloth pieces made by Ami and maybe take a look on their colors too! Ami has presented the following fashion trends; the chunky knit sweaters, suit jackets, tweed jackets & coats. Besides the last mentioned items, Ami fall/winter 2012 menswear collection has also included suits which have been presented in a very elegant, yet simple way. When you take a look at those last mentioned items or on the whole collection, you can see that Ami has used a combination of manly, yet warm colors like; brown, Beige, Oil color, dark blue and grey.. You may also see some of the pieces presented by Ami being grafted by faded floral prints just to add some natural touches. Anyway, I think that Ami has succeeded in presenting a very fashionable, yet simple fall/winter 2012 menswear collection. Why?! How come you ask that?! All of Ami fall/winter 2012 men’s fashion trends are very warmy and tremendously suitable for both of the cold seasons.. Thus, if you’re a man with a simple and classy fashion sense, you’ll naturally be directed to wear any of those fabulous and fashionable clothing pieces presented in Ami fall/winter 2012 menswear collection. So, enjoy having a classy look in the 2012 fall & winter seasons!

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