Luxury Leather Is Back: MCM
MCM, an abbreviation for Mode Creative Munich, has made it's way back in the U.S fashion world again. Priding itself for it's unique craftsmanship, innovative ideas and superior fabrics it almost guarantees, wearing it--you'll be the topic of any fashionable discussion. Popping up on the arm of every trendsetter the brand has earned it's handle as one the hottest luxury good brands. Women and men all over are a part of this repetitive trend!! Its popularity is growing substantially.The vintage luxury brand MCM is making a major comeback in the U.S premium market. During the 1980's, producing 500 different pieces including watches, jewelry, perfume, clothing, luggage and leather goods the brand grew a bevy of attention. Evolving into a global trend. All MCM are handmade only using top materials. The leather work is soft, durable and waterproof. The craftsmanship is modern, young and sporty; built with a fine mastery skills and timeless designs. MCM's logo reflects its rich vintage past. The diamond symbol of the brand defines the value, strength and durability in a uncompromising beauty personalized by a brass plate. So stylish!!!! Any piece of this brand is a classic investment....for him or her.
Currently a fashionistas object of worship! The most popular of the fashion-obsessed is the backpack, fanny pack and the iPad case. Stars like Big Sean, Chris (Breezy) Brown, Selena Gomez, Beyonce, Rick Ross and Justin Bieber....to name a few has been indulging in the trend. Trendsetters all over has been seen rocking MCM. Let's not forget Taz Arnold, who made the brand hot (my opinion and some others may agree) teaming up with them...also seen styling in the vintage luxury from head-to-toe. Arnold has always had a passion for fashion; a style icon.
MCM is a universal standard staple and key to making noise at any fashion event or about town. Men love their backpacks and women love the handbags. Most of the leather goods are very affordable which means coping a piece won't be hard to do. This trend has most definitely been a long time favorite. MCM was hot back when and it's hot now--What more can I say??
Respect my fly,
"It seems we're always in transition and that it's more about TRENDS than it is about what's meaningful."