Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Cowboy day



It begins with a messenger's shoulder strap, which turns into a belt.




Then skinny jeans and boots. The floral (not discernible) over plaid patterned shirt is a welcome deviation.

Shirt, cK Calvin Klein; vest, Dean & Trent; jeans, Bench; thrifted boots, Timberland; gold wristwatch, Omega Seamaster



Some coffee for inspiration, but in the end, I guess not enough dust, rocks, and gravel to roughen up the outfit.

Street photos by Kyle San Diego




Strangely, that's what bowler hats and animal print shirts accomplish in this editorial shot.

A gauche: manteau-cape en drap de laine, Fendi; pantalon en cuir, Dior Homme; boots, Boris Bidjan Saberi. Au centre: pull en laine imprimée, Rykiel Homme; gilet en coton, Neil Barrett; jean, Dior Homme; boots, Ann Demeulemeester. A droite: blouson en cuir metalassé, Dirk Bikkembergs; chemise en coton impremé, Rykiel Homme; jean, Kitsune; boots, Boris Bidjan Saberi; ceinture, Km*rii; chapeaux, Gaultier(2)

'Guet-apens' from Numéro Homme, Automne-hiver 2008

Par Horst Diekgerdes
Réalisation, Charles Varenne

2 comments:

styleanywhere said...

cool idea to use the bag strap as belt.dean and trent has great clothes from simple ones to edgy clothes. nice menswear blog/diary. finally the comment section for non-blogger users is open.:-)

Miguel Paolo Celestial said...

Hi Onin. Sorry about that. I actually didn't know until Nihaal, a reader from India, pointed it out. Plan to check out more of Dean and Trent's stuff. Thanks!