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The Impossible Task

The Breakfast Show // Community// Explore Switzerland// Science & Technology// Health// General // By Tay Kinnear // Feb. 18, 2019

Ka/Noa Menswear take on the impossible task of making Mark look smart.

 

Ka/Noa Menswear, an Italian-made clothing store, took on the impossible task of making-over Mark Butcher. From scruffy jeans and a t-shirt to chic fashionista, Ka/Noa worked wonders on Mark and we have the whole transformation for you to feast your eyes on. 

As Mark walked into the Lausanne store, Ka/Noa owner Bruno Grande knew that he had his work cut out for him. 

 

 

But with a beautiful range of high quality italian-made clothing, the impossible quickly became possible. The concept of Ka/Noa Menswear is that all items of clothing 'go' with one another; any trousers can be worn with any of the t-shirts and shirts, which in turn can be worn with any of the jackets and jumpers. The panic of matching your outfit well has been eradicated with their range of stylish items that all fit wonderfully together. 

 

 

As Bruno styled Mark, we stood on the sidelines giving moral support and watching the transformation. 

Here are a few of our favourite looks:

 

 

(Mark was just as shocked as we were at how smart he looked!)

 

 

And if you're wondering if Ka/Noa could make Mark's favourite look of jeans and a t-shirt look smart... 

 

 

Here's our resounding favourite outfit:

 

 

Incredible. 

Watch the makeover video for a real flavour of the Ka/Noa store:

 

 

With many thanks to Ka/Noa Italia Menswear for their makeover expertise. For your own wardrobe transformation, head to their Lausanne store or browse their website. Find Ka/Noa on facebook and follow them on instagram at @kanoaitalia.

 

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