30 April 2013

MAY-MEN FASHION | Milan Vukmirovic; Fashion Icon and more

A picture of Milan and his photography for D&G (Model: Noah Mills)

Since I am born in May I would like to dedicate this month for Men Fashion, my favorite fashion right after everything street and unwearable! I'll start with one of our favorite chic men, Amal introduced Milan Vukmirovic to me 2 years ago and since then I've been hooked, waiting for his street style during fashion weeks as he never fails to impress. His simple yet chic unpredictable match and mixes make his style easy to pull off yet hard to think up on your own..

Milan's Street Fashion

Now in case you were wondering who is Milan Vukmirovic and what does he do, get ready to read the most impressive fashion resume right after Karl Lagerfeld and Tom Ford...

Milan's Street Fashion

Milan Vukmirovic is a Fashion Icon, fashion photographer, designer, stylist, buyer, creative director, and an editor for major fashion houses, ad campaigns, and French magazines, need names?  Gucci, Jil Sander, Trussardi 1911, Jardin des Modes, L’Officiel Homm these are just some places where Vukmirovic worked brilliantly. 

Milan's Street Fashion

A side from his work in the fashion media  and fashion houses Millan was able to build a reputation for being the most successful founder of concept stores around the world. Some capital cities had a glimpse of his magic and artistic vision, starting with Paris where he made his first and most known concept shop "Colette" just at the age of 26, following that he made another hit concept store in 2009, Miami's favorite; The Webster Miami,  and finally My Boon in Seoul, Korea a store which he call's the best gift shop ever! and emphasize this concept the guests for the grand opening were from the top of the media and music industry in Korea.

My Boon grand opening (Big Bang's members Taeyoung and GD with Milan Vukmirovic)

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