In Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2011 Menswear Collection we've spotted that Marc and Paul's focus comes mostly on casual chic outfits with a profession allure attached to every single item, where comfortable clothes bring a new sense of street style inspired presentation. Check out next this fabulous collection!

One of the greatest fashion houses that have developed in time and had taken themselves to extremes by making a huge evolution into fashion world, is without a doubt the luxurious label, Louis Vuitton. Whether we're talking about celebrities or regular people, Vuitton comes as a top favorite brand for everyone, because their designs are not only extremely fashionable but perfectly made and are life long lasting items. They may be pretty expensive for regular people, but we say the price is worth it because the quality is what matters.

From clothing wear to footwear, handbags, sunglasses, watches, jewels, the Louis Vuitton fashion label has them all, world wide selling into local boutiques or high-end department stores.

The Italian unique street style seems to be an inspiration for Marc Jacobs and Paul Helbers, who put a major accent on comfortable looks with a touch of well-thought messiness attached to these outfits, interesting details and new coming fashion trends for this Spring 2011 season in menswear.

By using diverse details and shapes to these outfits, the collection comes with a new style for this new season, where the professional typical style is reinvented through new trends that take the lead this spring.

The main trends for the Spring/Summer 2011 season in men's fashion are: rough leather sandals, loose shirts, baggy pants, maxi business-travel bags, see-through shirts, sporty shorts, tattoo body details, leather blazers with casual clothes, abstract printed shirts and pants, plain sweaters, short jackets, white summer pants, Oxford shoes, short denim jeans, one-shoulder messenger bags, classy business suits and sequin details on blazers.

Images via Style.com

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