Lynn was taking a break in the glorious sunshine outside of Central Saint Martins where he ’s studying knitwear design. He uses a mix of clay and pearls to create contrasting raw and delicate elements in his designs and the results are beautiful textural pieces. We are coveting a piece from his first collection. Lynn is from Burma and told us that he LOVES animal print. He’s inspired by Maison Lemarié, founded in 1880, they specialised in feather and flower creations, with a specialist area in dressmaking, producing pleats, ruffles and elaborate handcrafted details for the prestigious fashion houses like Chanel. When it comes to style, Lynn likes to channel Brad Pitt ’s character Tyler Durden from the film Fight Club. Tyler said, “we are all consumers, we’re a by-product of a lifestyle obsession." We wonder if Lynn would agree. Even if we are all consumers, some things, like Lynn’s knitwear, are worth obsessing about. There seems to be a theme of delicate meets power through Lynn's work and the film style he aspires to... @L.L.yaung
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Lucía’s style and character stood out from the crowd at the entrance of Parque del Retiro. She's a unique character with style and personality who lives between London and Madrid. She’s inspired by vintage fashion from the 70s and the best story we heard from this lovely lady is yet to come; she has vivid memories of her early childhood in London where she never looked for clothes but rather clothes found her! We are now truly inspired and are going to try and practice this new form of style hypnosis. Lucía is enchanted by street markets both in London and Madrid where she likes to get lost and visually stimulated. Since she’s not working anymore she’s taken on a few hobbies which include writing and illustrating her own stories. We can already picture the magic. And to finish Lucía's story she’s got more magic to share: five pet chameleons!
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Martina and Davide moved from Italy to London three years ago. Even amongst the floral intensity of Columbia Road flower market, they were hard to miss in their mix of patterns and textures. They may not be natives, but it didn't take them long to get the East London look, especially in that Ganni coat! Martina told us that she works for Selfridges in their e-commerce department, and Davide is an engineer. But they also design and create some of their clothes telling us, 'we believe that fashion is a way to express ones' individuality, we love hunting for fabrics, in particular from homeware stores and we love to think that we are the only ones wearing the pieces we created!' Edward de Bono said, 'creativity involves breaking out of established patterns to look at things differently', and yet, Martina and Davide express their creativity by being in them! @martonaghia
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Bushwick is a box of surprises. As we walked around the neighbourhood we met Leo Gugu, a Bostonian now adopted by New York. He was enjoying his day off and doing some shopping. Leo runs a fashion boutique in the Lower East Side called 'House of La Rue' where he sells menswear, drag queen costumes and a large array of very-special-things. We can imagine, because he’s a very special cat with a swinging attitude, indeed. He loves Bushwick because it houses "so many artsy people and everyone has such a unique and distinct style" he said. He defines his own style as a bit thrifty but well put together. We think his style is an extension of his feline personality, @gugueyes
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Lynn was taking a break in the glorious sunshine outside of Central Saint Martins where he ’s studying knitwear design. He uses a mix of clay and pearls to create contrasting raw and delicate elements in his designs and the results are beautiful textural pieces. We are coveting a piece from his first collection. Lynn is from Burma and told us that he LOVES animal print. He’s inspired by Maison Lemarié, founded in 1880, they specialised in feather and flower creations, with a specialist area in dressmaking, producing pleats, ruffles and elaborate handcrafted details for the prestigious fashion houses like Chanel. When it comes to style, Lynn likes to channel Brad Pitt ’s character Tyler Durden from the film Fight Club. Tyler said, “we are all consumers, we’re a by-product of a lifestyle obsession." We wonder if Lynn would agree. Even if we are all consumers, some things, like Lynn’s knitwear, are worth obsessing about. There seems to be a theme of delicate meets power through Lynn's work and the film style he aspires to... @L.L.yaung
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Bushwick is a box of surprises. As we walked around the neighbourhood we met Leo Gugu, a Bostonian now adopted by New York. He was enjoying his day off and doing some shopping. Leo runs a fashion boutique in the Lower East Side called 'House of La Rue' where he sells menswear, drag queen costumes and a large array of very-special-things. We can imagine, because he’s a very special cat with a swinging attitude, indeed. He loves Bushwick because it houses "so many artsy people and everyone has such a unique and distinct style" he said. He defines his own style as a bit thrifty but well put together. We think his style is an extension of his feline personality, @gugueyes
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Martina and Davide moved from Italy to London three years ago. Even amongst the floral intensity of Columbia Road flower market, they were hard to miss in their mix of patterns and textures. They may not be natives, but it didn't take them long to get the East London look, especially in that Ganni coat! Martina told us that she works for Selfridges in their e-commerce department, and Davide is an engineer. But they also design and create some of their clothes telling us, 'we believe that fashion is a way to express ones' individuality, we love hunting for fabrics, in particular from homeware stores and we love to think that we are the only ones wearing the pieces we created!' Edward de Bono said, 'creativity involves breaking out of established patterns to look at things differently', and yet, Martina and Davide express their creativity by being in them! @martonaghia
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Michael was born in Belfast but we could have sworn he came out of the lens of Scorsese’s 'Goodfellas'. We can see him cruising down the Lower East Side in the 70s instead of today’s East London streets, where he actually lives. He’s currently finishing up his advertising studies, working at a PR firm while part-timing at Lush. Michael can you please get casted soon, we want to see you in the big screen! @michaelall5
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Lucía’s style and character stood out from the crowd at the entrance of Parque del Retiro. She's a unique character with style and personality who lives between London and Madrid. She’s inspired by vintage fashion from the 70s and the best story we heard from this lovely lady is yet to come; she has vivid memories of her early childhood in London where she never looked for clothes but rather clothes found her! We are now truly inspired and are going to try and practice this new form of style hypnosis. Lucía is enchanted by street markets both in London and Madrid where she likes to get lost and visually stimulated. Since she’s not working anymore she’s taken on a few hobbies which include writing and illustrating her own stories. We can already picture the magic. And to finish Lucía's story she’s got more magic to share: five pet chameleons!
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Lindsey came out of Beacon’s Closet in Greenpoint wearing a leopard coat. She is a psychology student fascinated by people, human behaviour and their minds. We could see right away the Leopardess archetype standing fiercely by the shop. And by the way, Beacon’s Closet is one the most popular and coolest second hand shops in New York. Click on the street sign to see for yourself.. @lonewolf666
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Lynn was taking a break in the glorious sunshine outside of Central Saint Martins where he ’s studying knitwear design. He uses a mix of clay and pearls to create contrasting raw and delicate elements in his designs and the results are beautiful textural pieces. We are coveting a piece from his first collection. Lynn is from Burma and told us that he LOVES animal print. He’s inspired by Maison Lemarié, founded in 1880, they specialised in feather and flower creations, with a specialist area in dressmaking, producing pleats, ruffles and elaborate handcrafted details for the prestigious fashion houses like Chanel. When it comes to style, Lynn likes to channel Brad Pitt ’s character Tyler Durden from the film Fight Club. Tyler said, “we are all consumers, we’re a by-product of a lifestyle obsession." We wonder if Lynn would agree. Even if we are all consumers, some things, like Lynn’s knitwear, are worth obsessing about. There seems to be a theme of delicate meets power through Lynn's work and the film style he aspires to... @L.L.yaung
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Lindsey came out of Beacon’s Closet in Greenpoint wearing a leopard coat. She is a psychology student fascinated by people, human behaviour and their minds. We could see right away the Leopardess archetype standing fiercely by the shop. And by the way, Beacon’s Closet is one the most popular and coolest second hand shops in New York. Click on the street sign to see for yourself.. @lonewolf666
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Martina and Davide moved from Italy to London three years ago. Even amongst the floral intensity of Columbia Road flower market, they were hard to miss in their mix of patterns and textures. They may not be natives, but it didn't take them long to get the East London look, especially in that Ganni coat! Martina told us that she works for Selfridges in their e-commerce department, and Davide is an engineer. But they also design and create some of their clothes telling us, 'we believe that fashion is a way to express ones' individuality, we love hunting for fabrics, in particular from homeware stores and we love to think that we are the only ones wearing the pieces we created!' Edward de Bono said, 'creativity involves breaking out of established patterns to look at things differently', and yet, Martina and Davide express their creativity by being in them! @martonaghia
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Kaleem was down on Rivington Street around the Lower East Side when we saw him looking absolutely magnificent. He was wearing the coolest Bermuda Kagol hat mixed with ultra-hip Cazal sunglasses and of course a Supreme bag in hand. He’s from the Bronx and now lives in Brooklyn. Kaleem’s high key splendid, RT!
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Lucía’s style and character stood out from the crowd at the entrance of Parque del Retiro. She's a unique character with style and personality who lives between London and Madrid. She’s inspired by vintage fashion from the 70s and the best story we heard from this lovely lady is yet to come; she has vivid memories of her early childhood in London where she never looked for clothes but rather clothes found her! We are now truly inspired and are going to try and practice this new form of style hypnosis. Lucía is enchanted by street markets both in London and Madrid where she likes to get lost and visually stimulated. Since she’s not working anymore she’s taken on a few hobbies which include writing and illustrating her own stories. We can already picture the magic. And to finish Lucía's story she’s got more magic to share: five pet chameleons!
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Isabel is a jewelry designer and actress living and working in Barcelona. She was walking on her way to a rehearsal for her current theatre piece at Paseo La Gracia when we stopped her for a snap. She loves flea markets, specially the mercadillos in Barcelona. @isabelherrera7
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Bushwick is a box of surprises. As we walked around the neighbourhood we met Leo Gugu, a Bostonian now adopted by New York. He was enjoying his day off and doing some shopping. Leo runs a fashion boutique in the Lower East Side called 'House of La Rue' where he sells menswear, drag queen costumes and a large array of very-special-things. We can imagine, because he’s a very special cat with a swinging attitude, indeed. He loves Bushwick because it houses "so many artsy people and everyone has such a unique and distinct style" he said. He defines his own style as a bit thrifty but well put together. We think his style is an extension of his feline personality, @gugueyes
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Michael was born in Belfast but we could have sworn he came out of the lens of Scorsese’s 'Goodfellas'. We can see him cruising down the Lower East Side in the 70s instead of today’s East London streets, where he actually lives. He’s currently finishing up his advertising studies, working at a PR firm while part-timing at Lush. Michael can you please get casted soon, we want to see you in the big screen! @michaelall5
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