We stroll through the foggy streets of November, with an editorial with a strong English accent, inspired by the interwar period, the steam of the salons and the scoundrels of the old neighborhoods.
Bathrobe and Pyjamas: PAUL HARNDEN, Hat: KIJIMA TAKAYUKI, Boots: MARSELL, Umbrella : ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
The Asian motifs of a By Walid jacket meet those of a Christopher Nemeth shirt, like a distant dream, at the crossroads of a clandestine Shanghai, under British protectorate, and the romantic wanderings of Wong Kar Wai, circa In the mood for love.
Jacket: BY WALID, Jacket and pants: CEDRIC JACQUEMYN, Shirt: CHRISTOPHER NEMETH, Hat: KIJIMA TAKAYUKI, Boots: MARSELL
Shirt : CHRISTOPHER NEMETH, Pants : GEOFFREY B. SMALL, Hat : JUNYA WATANABE
Two eras, two worlds, between which the timeless creations of Yamamoto, Paul Harnden or Geoffrey B. Small, play their role of link.
Shirt and pants: YOHJI YAMAMOTO, Hat: KIJIMA TAKAYUKI
Shoes often reveal the hidden nature of an individual. Lonely poet, rogue, dandy, all three at once perhaps? And if Marsell and Guidi boots speak volumes, Elena Dawson and Dries Van Noten coats, or even an Alexander McQueen umbrella, know how to maintain the aura of mystery that adorns a silhouette.
Coat and pants: ELENA DAWSON, Vest: DRIES VAN NOTEN, Shirt: YOHJI YAMAMOTO, Boots: GUIDI
Like a flight, no, a dash forward, on the fringe, far from everything, out of time.
Coat : DRIES VAN NOTEN, Shirt and pants : YOHJI YAMAMOTO, Hat : KIJIMA TAKAYUKI
Photographer : Bruno Rizzato
MakeUp: Sefedine Allaoua
Model : Bilal (@Rockmen)