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It's a well-known fact that French women have a certain je ne sais quoi that consistently puts their enviable style in the spotlight. But we have to give les hommes some credit, too. And surely, in each Parisian man's bag of sartorial tricks is a trip to Sandro, the ever-so-chic source for all things polished.
This season, stylish men around the world will be happy to find Sandro's recent collaboration with 1970s skateboard photographer Hugh Holland. Holland's images, from his acclaimed book, Locals Only, have been printed on T-shirts to create the perfect summer garment. Three beautiful pieces, a custom skateboard designed by Sandro menswear designer Ilan Chetrite, and a celebratory launch party co-hosted by GQ Magazine make for a serious cool overload.
Click through the slideshow to get a taste of it all.
Photo: Courtesy of Sandro.
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