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We were first blown away by designer Larissa Hadjio a few months back when we featured her whimsical Tonie the shrimp clutch in our holiday gift guide. So when it came to our attention that the London-slash-Cali designer was launching a men's/women's ready-to-wear collection Hadjio in SF, we were très intrigued. Take a look at the gallery above to see the results of said curiosity.
Highlights include sleek leather visors, Emperor shirts and utilitarian jumpsuits in whoa! prints. Of her first clothing line, Hadjio says: "It was inspired by French toile tapestry and Winston Churchill's signature Siren Suit, which he would wear to factory visits as well as meetings with state officials."
The modern streetwear marries luxurious fabrics with accessible price points and practical design for everyday wear, she adds. (We give Hadjio bonus points for making everything in America.)
Hipsters rejoice and shop at Hadjio.com.