out-of-the-box, unique, a "left of the spectrum" style that helps establish reference points for mainstream. have to admit though, i don't know if i could concentrate having a conversation with this dude – it's a little much
this guy went to st martins with me. he always puts a lot of effort into his looks and they are always unique, but somehow it doesn't feel natural to me, it doesn't flow within itself and to me, that is the most important ingredient of style…
Is anybody else fascinated by the shape of his head, and the contrast his topknot makes against it. It's so perfectly balanced, it almost doesn't seem like it is his actual hair. not to mention the intricacies of his hair knot. As much as you all may not like the hair, I think he'd look naked without it.
It almost seems to be a defensive look, the way certain butterflies have spots on their wings that make predators mistake them for owls. No one can step up to this man because he momentarily paralyzes the mind with his clever pastiche ensemble, which includes his face itself. If you cover the image from the bow down, you believe it's Amy Winehouse. His Peruvian neck-disc is likely razor-sharp. Also I really like that the Apple earbuds he sports emerge from the spine and not the gut.
each individual accessory makes a statement but comes together nicely. the hairdo admittedly is not the most flattering but kudos for having the creativity and balls to pull this off. he's a daring dreamboat!
oh wow! i used to see this guy in shoreditch/spitalfields area when i lived in london! i remember passing him in a cab and both the driver and i gasped simultaneously as we spotted him! what a look! i have the same african tribal necklace and am now inspired to wear it.
WO – I was sat behind this fella on the bus a few weeks back…his hair is so well put together you can help but take your hat off to him. Love the rest of the look though I must say he should talk a little more quietly on the phone in future! Great pic!
I love this. He's young and manages to be overserious and frivolous at the same time – and it's just a beautiful portrait. The background in this sets everything off, too. It's just a flash in youth, in time. It's great.
In San Francisco, this would be a Burning Man festival look aka dirty hippie(which I don't like). But for some reason, perhaps the way he does his hair or arranges the bandana, that makes this outfit less hippie and more high art/fashion.
I saw this guy in Topshop when I was living in London and working at Erdem over the summer! He fascinated me, he was with his friends looking at all the womens accessories. It was during the LFW celebrations on Oxford Street. He definitely had an aura about him, he was incredible! Couldn't believe it when I saw him on here but not surprised at all.