CULT Fashion: KILTS
CULT Fashion: Dior Homme Campaign film feat Robert Pattinson
CULT Fashion: Justin Timberlake & N’SYNC reunite at the 2013 VMA’s
Styled by my good friend Joseph Turla in Neil Barrett & Alejandro Ingelmo
CULT Fashion: Tibetan ‘gangsters’
Watching a BBC documentary ‘Wild China’ I was struck by the style of the Tibetan men filmed who harvest and trade in ‘summer grass’. Drawing from varying era’s and also retaining elements of traditional Tibetan dress it is a uniquely stylish look.
Photo from Flickr by Smoky Joe , .
CULT Fashion: Diesel Reboot
DYLAN FORSKET for Nicola Formichetti’s Tumblr cast DIESEL REBOOT campaign Photo by INEZ AND VINOODH.
CULT Fashion: Most Wanted, these Jean//phillip skirt trousers
CULT Style: A Noughties hip-hop streetwear retrospective as seen through the modelling career of one Channing Tatum.
CULT Fashion: Plain White Shirt
Man or woman, a wardrobe staple will always be the plain white shirt, it’s the grown up version of James Deans plain white tee. Timeless.
For an affordable option Lands End, currently riding the ‘American Made’ heritage brand nostalgia wave, have just launched a new ‘Made To Work’ range of shirts, classic styles in new fits;
CULT Fashion: THOM KROM
Berlin, Berlin, crazy, sexy and cool, and no, we are not just talking about the nightlife, this fascinating city is also home to some of the brightest stars in contemporary, avant garde fashion. Chasseur, ever at the forefront, regularly has a man on the ground in Berlin, and most recently catching our eye is designer Thom Krom. Thom Krom who set up his own label in 2009, designs everyday menswear and womenswear staples with a minimalist avant garde bent, and also focuses on taking an eco-fashion approach in manufacturing terms. The concept is utilitarian minimalism, clothes that borrow from the work wardrobe and are given a signature post modern twist through details such as outside seams and asymmetrical designs….
Read my full review and see more images on http://chasseurmagazine.com/2013/08/04/introducing-thom-krom/