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Marked by a clean and well-fitting collection of button-downs, denim, hoodies and henleys, Post'age presented casual menswear with unexpected pocket detailing—aslant on cargo pants, or marsupial-like on the front of button-downs. We couldn't decide if we were partial to it or if the placement was just a little odd, as our feelings vacillated depending on the model. But the pockets weren't on every look and we did note a number of pieces you'd be happy to see on the males in your life, and possibly the females too. A female model was sent down the runway in a crisp white shirt and nothing else—a rather flattering version of boyfriend dressing which was enthusiastically received.
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