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M & F Girbaud Men Runway Show - New York Fashion Week Spring 2012 NYFW

http://www.FTV.com/videos NEW YORK - Marithe + Francois Girbaud is a French line that is known for its denim. In this case, men's denim from Spring/Summer 2012 was showcased at New York Fashion Week and it was set around a logo that said, "Rebel not Criminal." The collection bordered between casual and tough, with a rebellious attitude. Dwight Howard opened the show and strutted down the runway carrying a globe to represent the generation that is looking to save the planet for the future generation. The men mainly showcased their jeans wearing solid-color shirts or graphic tees. The French brand is eco-friendly and uses no chemical wash technology or water to make their jeans. The show finished with a group finale of people from all four presentations of the denim line.

Appearances: Dwight Howard

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