Don’t you just lose your shit over great layering? Great textures…Props to the stylist.
Photographer: Mark Kean
Model: Clement Chabernaud
Style: Way Perry
Lots of things have been going on! I told you the other day I was using all sorts of inspiration for a major project, well here it is! Fashiongrunge has launched it’s first online pop up shop! Featuring pieces from ZalezStudio, Puja Jewelry, Disciples of Vintage, Native Standard, Haus of Love, and PangeabyK ! Zalez has an awesome take on bringing us futuristic space age avante gard while Puja brings us the connection in gender free jewelry, Disciples has all those vintage pieces that will add the perfect touch to everyday garments, and get comfy in Native Standard!
Photographer Lauren Brown captures the holiday spirit mixed with the playful thoughts we all seem to daydream about. Captured in an L.A. apartment the kids of fashiongrunge sure seem to exist on a gritty wavelength.
For the boys, I hand deliver you some of my favorite pieces found exclusive for one month only on fashiongrunge.com
See the Look book in it’s entirety here!
Photography: Lauren M Brown
Models: Teagan Giffin & Chloe Jillings
Stylists: Cody McCook & Becca Ciacchi
Production Assistant: Jacob Valentin
Fashion Assistant: Sean Karimian
Thanks soo much to Zalez Studio, Native Standard, Puja Jewelry, Disciples of Vintage, Haus of Love Vintage, and PangeabyK!!
Gearing up for a major project tomorrow, we find ourselves pulling inspiration for the models based around this spread. I love the grungy, crispy, raunchy yet subtle editorial. I can’t say too much about the inspiration I’ve pulled, but would love to present it to you so that you may take in what you need. Let it in.
Digging deep for some holiday time inspiration and remembering the collections from the Fall/Winter 2012 launches, I found myself diving into plaids, and texture, rough edging and light explanation. The construction in the Thom Browne pieces worn by Cameron for Husk are more than just appetizing. They create a solace found in the bold only by expressing the strength and courage one will need in order to assemble a lot of the collection. Cameron is captured in stunning movement placed between breaking boundaries. I can contemplate the satisfaction from the looks, I can even contemplate the satisfaction of ownership…I look forward to more interesting pieces of art, and will continue to be pleasantly surprised by the MAN-ic culture.
For the pure. For the subtle. For the Vanilla. Vanilla boys who parade in perfect detail. Layering so tailored that the cake doesn’t even need a birthday candle. For the boys who keep it classy. Engineering perfection from the lines that have been present since the beginning of menswear. Blazers, cardigans, cords, oxfords… the staple in the “Vanilla” boys world. Keep in mind, these boys are sweet, put together, and exude a different kind of confidence… however, don’t be fooled by the vanilla look. The vanilla boys may not want you to know that they also carry the world in their palm. They just carry a different type of world. The Vanilla world.
all photos via pinterest