CULT Fashion: Fear of God Los Angeles
Los Angeles, City of Angels and former fashion wasteland is now one of the industries most buzzed about cities with a rash of labels and designers bringing the word ‘style’ back to the West Coast. Joining established celebrity favourites such as Skingraft and Kill City, is Fear of God Los Angeles, a brand who like the aforementioned, specialise in that urban dystopian ‘street or neo Goth’ look that is becoming synonymous with Angelino style in the 21st Century. Somewhat incongruously given their own 90’s style origins, it is the world and stars of hip hop who have taken this look as their own. Fear of God, who have been spotted on the likes of Chris Brown, Kanye West and style icon of the moment A$AP Rocky, create fashion forward clothing that retains that laissez faire look of your typical LA surfers, skaters and burnt outs, updated through fashion forward design and a grunge aesthetic.
My full article and lookbook on Chasseur Magazine; http://chasseurmagazine.com/2013/05/26/fear-of-god-2013-summer-collection/
CULT Fashion: Vintage Sailor suits.
CULT Fashion: London Streetstyle x Streetart
Shameless self promotion. Myself in an image from a series taken for Chasseur Magazine in a shoot directed by myself that showcases London street style against a back drop of amazing street art along Brick Lane.
.(weaing TOMS, Marc Jacobs, All Saints, 411 Berlin & Cheap Monday)
Read my article and see all the looks here;
CULT Fashion: Versus Versace by JW Anderson
It’s a little bit punk, a little bit mod combined expertly with Versace‘s Italian va va voom as JW Anderson injects some British cool into Versus Versace. A shrewd move by the company as Italian fashion of late has been losing more and more ground to the resurgent London scene, Anderson’s appointment at Versus will ensure the brand stays relevant whilst also increasing it’s chances of revival to perhaps on a par with the heady Versace days of the Nineties…
See the collection and read my full articles on Chasseur Magazine digital;
CULT Fashion. The new VERSUS Collection
CULT Fashion: DRESSADDICT BY ARTEM & VICTOR
“DressAddict by Artem & Victor is a Kiev label who not only showcase this new found freedom in menswear(they also produce womenswear) by focusing, as the name suggests, on monastic, androgynous clothing that borrows heavily from the traditional gender opposing wardrobe, but also testify to the current rise in Eastern Europe and Russia of high end avant garde and fashion forward designers who are creating some of the most exciting clothing on the market….”
Read my full article on Chasseur Magazine; http://chasseurmagazine.com/2013/04/08/introducing-dressaddict-by-artem-victor/b
CULT Fashion: Marilyn Manson by Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Paris
Full line-up of the celebrity campaign can be seen on VFILES ; https://www.vfiles.com/vfiles/11964
CULT Fashion: What I Wore, London Fashion Week.
I rarely do these posts but this outfit is one of my favorite combos;
Nylon bomber jacket: Sandro
Black ‘dementor’ hooded jersey: Topman AAA
White draped double front top: Unconditional
Boots: All Saints
Leather backpack: Topman
Leather ‘Restraint Cuffs’ Dr Robert by Lee Miller
CULT Fashion: Chasseur Magazine: Utopia, The Creative Issue
From the whimsical fashion stories of British designer David Longshaw to the colorful ‘reality’ of Israeli illustrator Asaf Hanuka and the out-worldly photo manipulations of Canadian photographer Joel Robison, the new issue of CHASSEUR is filled with tales of great talent and inspiration, similar to what one would expect from a modern day ‘Utopia’. Other talented individuals include German painter Eckart Hahn, New York artist and costume designer Erik Bergrin, young music artists Gemini and Mekele, edgy British designer Rachel Freire, illustrators Julia Sarda and Jordan Wester, Greek photographer Demetrios Drystellas , Isa and Fani of Crazy White Bitches and jewelry designer duo Smith/Grey. Utopia also features the work of photographers Joey Leo, Danielle Klopper, Vic Lentaigne and Kent Andreasen
This might just be our best issue yet and the over 100,000 readers of Issues 1 & 2 can’t be wrong. Stunning fashion editorials, topless guys, topless girls, art, more art and music (plus you can read my interview with Vogue Italia’s resident cartoonist/fashion designer David Longshaw, and my Pop Art/Andy Warhol article) !!