Christian L’Enfant Roi‘s preview for his upcoming Autumn/Winter 2013 collection has us all getting in touch with our indigenous side. Drawing profound inspiration from the film ‘Kirikou et la Sociere’ and the preceding work of surrealist painter, Henri Rousseau, each piece seems as though it was derived straight from the safari itself. From the button down shirts and pants to the outerwear, the pattern-work and colors blend into one another almost seamlessly like the stroke of a paintbrush. In relation to tailored clothing, which can often come off as stiff, the predominant crux here is that this assortment was designed to be pragmatic with unrestricted functionality. Specially chosen fabrics allow its wearers to remain savvy without discomfort. The texture and depth in this collection really synthesize art and fashion beautifully.