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Her journey in fashion lead her to Anoushka Scott.
Later on, when Jennifer's and Anoushka's womenswear, Tulle, took off and felt like they were ready to tackle menswear, they hunted high and low through a network of friends for a menswear designer that share their sensible yet cute, vintage aesthetics. They found Leon Shpayer. Even, Jennifer recommended him.
Humorously, Leon called fashion, "It's a teeny world."
In the nineteen years he have been living here, since immigrating from St. Petersburg, Russia, Leon developed a deep appreciation for the East Coast's common sensed utilitarism and the Preppy smartness.
A rainy but romantic Spring trip to Boston inspired Leon's current collection of sporty windbreakers and stylish and sleek zip-up sweaters.
He watched Ivy League couples walking hand-in-hand. The flowers were beginning to bloom after the Spring shower.
A storyline or a concept sprung into his head.
He based his collection on an Ivy League, perhaps a prep school boy. Bored with Boston, he decided to take a trip to Manhattan's Lower East Side for some excitement.
The kid went vintage shopping there in those thrift stores.
He returned home, mixing his vintage military salvage with his more conservative prep school wardrobe.
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Leon's "Preppy Meets Military Punk" earns him a legion of male celebrity followers from "Gossip Girl"s Ed Westwick to Ryan Seacrest.
E! Executive News Editor, Ken Baker, can't help but praise Cloth Logic's classically tailored but ruggedly punk blazer that saves him from looking like a bum.
There's nothing "bummy" about Tulle's pristine womenswear or Cloth Logic's new classic Americana.