With his experience as the creative director of the urban boutique http://boylstontradingco.com/”>Boylston Trading Co and his production of “http://butchersblocktv.com/”>The Butcher’s Block” style shows, http://butchersblocktv.com/”>Frank “the Butcher” Rivera has more than enough fashion sense to school the scruffy.
Here, in his second collection of his line http://alwaysbau.com/”>Business As Usual (http://alwaysbau.com/” target=”_blank”>BAU), Rivera revisits his scholastic concept on a set of gray, black, white tops and matching headgear. The familiar, mischievous BAU mascot graces our sights again on hats as well as on t-shirts, and the classic logo reappears on elongated hoodies and sweaters in noticeable gold or white lettering. Boasting more stretch than last season’s 100% cotton apparel, the pieces composed of French Terry in this collection are arguably more adaptive for the athletically inclined. But stepping up the bar for style innovation has never been a challenge for Rivera’s fashion sense: The http://alwaysbau.com/” target=”_blank”>BAU Fall/Winter 2013 Collection Lookbook is just business as usual.