Saturday, 10 March 2012

Boy on Film



Studying is only a small slice of what University is all about. For those of you who don’t know, whilst you’re in such an establishment, you will also be expected to fulfill certain briefs and projects. 

As of late, a Ms. Delia Barrett and myself were given the task of producing a plausible Fashion Editorial for any given magazine of our choice.
Menswear was instantly favoured by both parties, namely for its growing economy (remember Mr.Porter people? but also because of a mutual, personal longing to experiment in the relatively unknown. We aren’t boys after all. 
Dazed & Confused magazine was later agreed upon, given its cool and casual edge. We reveled in the ideals of contrasting its unique feel with on-trend styling, which echoed the current white and soft tailored trends.
-and so, without further ado and quite simply, for your delight and pleasure . .




Spectacles are courtesy of Delia, by Asos. The classic Bow Tie is Balmain and the statement white shirt is T.M.Lewin. Silk Handkerchief is by John Lewis.







These timeless boots belong to our model, Bobi. From Jones Bootmakers




This shirt belongs to me, It was bought from Zara. The trousers are new look and the workman's watch is Longines. 


The tailored garments, boots and specs all have something rather ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’ about them. 

-A great film, I might add.

The real reason why this shoot is such a success, is largely down to our god-willing model, Bobi. It’s such a pleasure to work with someone so professional. Honestly, If we said jump, he would promptly ask ‘how high?’
Bobi must also take credit for those smashing pair of boots. Boys, you should be taking notes. 
 -Just think laced, chelsea boots and you’re half way there. 


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