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Long derided for flashiness or faded grunge, Los Angeles and a new generation of designers are bringing a new brand of chic to American menswear. It's only the second edition of New York Men's Fashion Week, which ended Thursday. These new looks owe much to the mild Los Angeles climate, according to observers, but also exude a "California cool" lifestyle that meets the expectations of an evermore demanding clientele."There's something going on with menswear," said Chris Stamp, artistic director of Stampd, which he founded in Los Angeles in 2011 . In 2015, he was named one of the top menswear designers by men's fashion magazine GQ. Designers who have held shows in Los Angeles include Burberry and Tom Ford in 2015 and Louis Vuitton with its 2016 cruise collection.
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