[images] More of Rain styling in MCM fashion for Harper’s BAZAAR Men Style Magazine.

Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^

As posted on the official BAZAAR Men’s Style micro-blog on Weibo this past weekend, Rain in MCM’s latest collection, “Flower Boys in Paradise.”

(Cap credit: Cloud USA. Images credit: bazaarmen @weibo)

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~ by Cloud USA on March 3, 2014.

6 Responses to “[images] More of Rain styling in MCM fashion for Harper’s BAZAAR Men Style Magazine.”

  1. You know Terri I wasn’t going to say anything, but I agree, someone made some ugly flower clothes.

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  2. I agree with Terri, those clothes are not for Rain. Rain is too hip, cool and classy to wear some much floral but Rain did his best to make it work.

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  3. I love the one where he’s in shorts!!
    Thank you for sharing!!

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  4. You know? I love Rain wearing anything. But I’m sorry. These clothes are just terrible. There. I had to say it.

    Well, except for the ones with the vest and the mesh-like material that shows a hint of floral. And the white jacket and shorts and metallic backpack. Those are pretty classy.

    Terri :-}

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    • AGREED!

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    • For me I do not think the clothes are terrible as in ugly. When it comes to florals I am extremely picky about the colors and pattern. However, I actually like this floral colors and pattern. I just think not all of the clothes look right on Rain. It just seems like something he would not wear.

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