This is very androgynous. I love it! I couldn’t figure out if it was a guy or girl at first, but I think the hands give it away. I’m not in love with the outfit, but i think this is a very interesting capture. Great find!
ok sart, help me out here. the inspiration is… here again, it SEEMS that the focus is on his natural physical looks…but you corrected me the last time i observed that; therefore, i am trying to keep an open mind.
His (oversize) long straight hair with a low placed parting is asymmetric because of the fringe is behind the ear. It suits this tall and slim guy great. Not least because of the oversize teeshirt with a knot on one side even that gives him a asymmetric touch. A complete unit, simple and androgyne.
I really like this look. So casual yet entirely calculated, even down to the knot on his shirt. The hair is only a plus. Well done. It takes a sharp eye to recognize the merit of this outfit, I think. I wouldn’t have noticed it if you hadn’t taken this picture.
I think the commenting on this is interesting.. for me as a Swede this is somewhat exciting fashion. american apparell came here only a few years ago and the americans are of course more exotic here than for you americans that have “complained” that this is too much highschool of the 90s. here in sweden nineties are in and americans are exotic, especially 90s americans, grungey stuff i guess. because here all men have skinny jeans and are more into mod and rudeboy-looks.