Fashion Designer Lloyd Klein continues to roll out the LKLA sportswear collection with a whole new look for men to bow in Spring 2014. With a focus on soft as skin leathers highlighting sharply tailored blazers and trousers, the collection is destined for those boardroom saavy men who aren't bound by the traditional suit and tie. The designer is excited to bring menswear back into his fashion house after exclusive focus on his couture collections for women in recent years.
The LKLA (Lloyd Klein Los Angeles) collection is derived and inspired by the Los Angeles lifestyle, where the Lloyd Klein fashion house has located for over a decade. Klein's fascination with fashion began in the world of couture Paris in the 90's. At the young age of 23 his appointment as the head designer for Grės, benchmarked a career of milestones that spans a rewarding 20 year career in fashion design in the business of couture and made to measure collections for women. LKLA quietly launched LKLA earlier this year with a capsule women's collection that has provided great interest in expanding the label to include accessories, leather goods, handbags and shoes and now an offering for men. Although BABY LLOYD is a collaboration project that is still being formulated, it is prominent in the designer's creative vision for the future. Key looks from the LKLA collection for Spring 2014 including the recently launched Ivory+Mason x Lloyd Klein eyewear lines, will debut in an ultra-private presentation limited to key fashion press and buyers in Los Angeles in November 2013.
Lloyd Klein has garnered the reputation as one of Hollywood's "go-to" fashion designers with an impressive list of celebrity clients who are the "who's who?" in the film, television, music and entertainment industries. The roster of over 100 "Icons and Ingenues" wearing Lloyd Klein include: Kate Moss, Annalynne McCord, Tyra Banks, Nicki Minaj, Cindy Crawford, Grace Jones, Eva Longoria and the late Whitney Houston among many more.
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