That is one sharp little jacket. *I just had to tell you that my mom was looking up your book to buy for my birthday. The only thing on the Amazon search was the Bespoke Edition. She about had a heart attack! Thank goodness we found the regular one!
His look is on point. small blazer, crew neck T, Dark jeans. The necklaces are hot (many kids have a 50/50 view of religion and protect) cool rings, and I think I see a pocket sq peeking out of his jacket pocket. The hair pulls it all together. Young, Gifted and Cool. Androgyny is wear a lot of young super fashionable men start.
The world can be a fashionable place, look closer!
Very well done. I just think it's amusing that any look consisting of short hair, a blazer, t-shirt and jeans can ever be called androgynous when historically all are decidedly part of a man's uniform. It would be androgynous if he was a girl, but as it is I see a well-dressed, confident young man with perhaps an unusual taste for jewelry.
For some, being cool is a learned art. For others, it is a natural gift. It would be an interesting exercise indeed, were it possible, to see what this boy will be like as a young man in about 10 years. That he is already able to do so much with relatively little is commendable. By the way, am I the only one who noticed that he has a pistol dangling around his neck between the two crosses? If this is intentional, then surely his sense of irony is demonstrative of an uncommon maturity, or at the least, a keen sense of how to manipulate symbols for maximum effect. That, or as my British relatives would more likely say, "Too clever by half."
the choice of necklace is unfortunate. what looks to be a cross, a gun and a hand of fatima? i guess he can be forgiven at his age in not knowing what direction to choose. also, the proper age to wear topman clothes.
this is young style done right. all these piece could be found at any general store yet by adding the tight blazer and the jewelry, which but the way is a cross, a gun and a buddhist hand and seriously if you folks think he is conflicted or even observate christian or jew, you don't know fashion at all.
the look is simple but genius…i had to study this several times to determine male/female. settled on male… only because of the hands. the haircut is phenomenal. the last necklace looks a lot like vintage Trifari.
I was wondering if anyone might think that, rather than him just randomly throwing on these necklaces that are bothering people so, perhaps he was trying to make a statement with them? As in 'here, start at top and read down'. And what a statement that is, yes?
He is obviously very smart, very beautiful, and very willing to push boundaries and make strong statements.
Although he's cute, I'm not really a fan of the fashion. It's like he tried to recreate the vintage Mod look using clothes from H&M – with his single perfectly placed badge and his evenly distributed necklaces. For the type of look he's going for, I think something just that little bit more disheveled and haphazard would have been good.
I love how some people get all worked up about the "abstraction" of symbolic meaning of icons in fashion…and then go on and talk about the "Hindu Hand." Come on. As young as this boy is, style-wise he knows what he's doing.
People are commenting that he's borrowing old styles and wearing cheap clothes, give him some credit! He's probably under 16, which means he's just experimenting and copying is part of that, and part of being young. And I bet we all remember what it was like to try to dress well on a saturday job budget!
increased awareness in fashion from so early is to be noticed and congradulated for! he's indeed a melange of classy, cute and sexy, trapped between a boy and a man! i like!!! also the chains are so… manoush!
Very boy/girl stylish. Bowie for the next generation. Loads of this look in London at the minute for boys/girls and those who are generally lithe enough to carry it off. Those of us who are more curvy have to combine the ultra masculine stylised tailoring with ultra feminine boho notes. Another wave of the New Romantic in any case.