With Spring just around the corner the “rocker” image seems to continue to trend for this season. My picks for this upcoming season focus on functionality and versatility. Both looks are meant to work for every day wear and have a little bit of pop for your nights out. The first outfit features light colours with yellow accents to compliment, while the second outfit gives you that all black look with lots of zippers and a graphic tee inspired by that band merchandise aesthetic.
The DIY design aesthetic is taking the fashion world by storm this season. The trend first emerged in late 2016, rounding out the year with iconic looks like the Himumimdead custom script tee worn by A$ap Rocky during his Money Man short film. This aesthetic has inspired other major brands so far this season.
If you’re looking for the highest quality in leather goods and sneakers this summer than look no further than Tokyo based brand Hender Scheme. Started by founder Ryo Kashiwazaki the brand represents masterful craftsmanship and quality. Hender Scheme has become well known for their homage line, which that reinterprets classic sneaker silhouettes with high quality leather materials in black and nude tones.
Paula Aguirre is photographer based in Argentina, and together with her sister Mariángeles, who’s based in Berlin run tHERAPY recycle and exorcise a sustainable fashion brand. The brand consists of reworked, recycled and upcycled vintage clothing that they acquire while traveling around. They promote ethical and conscious fashion through their DIY project and you can acquire their items through stores, pop ups and flea markets throughout North América and Europe.
January 14, 2015 @ 10:05pm by Nana
“Come in my child. I sense a heavy heart.”   “Sit.”   My nervous hand searched for support as I carefully sat in a plush leather chair in what appeared to be a small cramped room. “You have come to me with a tall order, why have you awoken me from my rest?” “I’ve decided to come to you with this story because I feel that having survived, I owe something to the missing.