Actually, no, I haven't seen any of their menswear up close, my observations were only made through the pages of glossy mags. I'm sorry, but florals and old taspestry patterns are *not* what I would consider appealing or even remotely appropriate in menswear. I don't care if the clothes were cut and sewn together like a dream, there's no way I'd wrap myself in fabrics that look like they belong in my grandma's living room. Now, I must say, I've also seen a few beautifully masculine, conservative individual pieces from them, but at that price point almost any half-decent label has stuff like that. Plus, the patterned florals really stick out like a gigantic sore thumb. IMHO, of course.