hailing from paris, the still good brand obviously draws inspiration from the city's cosmopolitan urban landscape. its new a/w 2013 collection, called repetitions, is a study of sorts of the baroque movement and references french baroque architecture that can be found in abundance in the city of light. the collection's name hints the idea of reworking old basics into new and fresh styles, albeit in the realm of contemporary men's fashion. shown here are three looks that we particularly like. still good's a/w 2013 collection is available at select stores across the planet, including odin [new york], machine a [london], merci [paris], restir [tokyo] and via alley [sydney].