Hi everyone! It’s been quite a while since my last post. I’ve been very busy with a slew of projects that unfortunately this had to be put on the back burner for the time being. I’m excited to continue sharing my thoughts, ambitions, and random musings with all of you.
With that said I’m proud to present this preview of a collaborative shoot with my friend the talented Jeffrey Baum, Fading In The Wait. I’m absolutely enamored with the images we produced. Stay tuned for the full story, coming soon!
To view some of Jeffrey’s stunning work go to www.jeffreybaum.net
The latest from new wave online magazine The Ones 2 Watch is an editorial that combines all that is fashion and pop art alike to create a visual orgasm. This is what modern day art is truly all about. Here are a few of the images from the spread.
To view the full editorial go to The Ones 2 Watch website.
Photography: Lukasz Zietek
Styling: Magda Bryk
Model: Filip Jankowski @ AMQ
Graphics: Agnieszka Zuzanna Gasior
Articulate bow ties, dramatic layered lapels, intense graphic prints all tied in with harsh yet sophisticated hair styles gives us the essence of what it means to be tailored and bold. Full of identity and charisma this editorial from Issue #7, Fade To Grey by The Ones 2 Watch is nothing less than true fashion inspiration. Here are some of my favorite images from the spread:
Images from theones2watch.com
Photography: Isa Jacob
Styling: My Ringsted
Hair: Mette Thorsgaard
Makeup: Zenia Jaeger
Models: Andreas, Esben, Martin, Peter Beyer, Sylvester Henriksen, & Theo
Designers from all over the world have launched collections that have cleverly erased the line between genders. And though androgyny is nothing new, the idea of it becoming the signature style of the 21st century and perhaps for many years to come certainly is.
Among the designers that have experimented with this idea of a genderless fashion is Rad Hourani. He blatantly shoved his unisex collection RAD by Rad Hourani in our faces and we loved it. His minimal aesthetic is perfect. With oversized deconstructed jackets, roomy yet brief shorts, a few simple tees, and skin-tight leather applique trousers Hourani gives us garments that can be worn by anyone at anytime during any season.
Overall the idea that fashion has taken such liberating steps is great. And if at one point it was taboo for women to wear mens clothing and vice versa now its simply fashionable, so we better get used to it.
Here are some of my favorite looks from the Rad by Rad Hourani A/W 2010 collection:
Images from radhourani.com
Models: Yuusuke Hirose, Riku Ootomo, Takeshi Uematsu, Kentaro Sawano
Photography: Koichiro Doi
For the full editorial go here
Taking the military trend to it’s extreme. Try it in neon, casual, or preppy.
Images: From Jak & Jil Blog