For five years, we've lusted after, longed for, and swooned over Patrik Ervell's beautifully cut menswear (and okay, maybe we grew a little bit bitter about it too). But now, at long last, his suiting pieces are accessible to the ladies. That's right. He's offering the female form the same miracle-working, clean-cut tailoring that's been gracing the clean-cut figures of male models for half a decade now. Of course, there are some decidedly girled-up details, too, found in the metallic painted collar of the tuxedo blazer, the navy silk fabric of the otherwise masculine bomber, and the Japenese floral print jeans. Oh, and then there's pleather, an entire flight suit of pleather.
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