Hardip Manku (above, left) has got to be one of the most enigmatic dudes in fashion. He’s a psychologist (says his degree from McGill) a fashion designer for his label, Plain Jane Homme, and has a personality that matches up to his rather enormous stature. Manku and his business partner, Zoum, began their line by selling tee shirts out of the trunk of a car seven years ago. Their calling card? A seemingly suggestive, blacked out logo of a female with her undergarments around her ankles. Hooked yet? We asked Manku a few more questions and he provided answers nearly as colorful as his Spring 2012 collection.
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