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Kanye West @ Paris Fashion Week

It’s no lie, I love me a little Kanye. He may come off as an asshole, but to me, Kanye is an idol - he does what he does and he does it well without giving a care in the world what the rest of the world thinks of him and his family. He has conquered the music, design and fashion world and in my opinion, his legacy will live on. 

Paris fashion week saw Kanye come out in full blaze of glory status along side Kim and North. His picks all have a similar theme - high fashion street style. The layering he uses is a great mix of amazing coats with sweat shirts and tees. Mixed in with a pair of sneakers or boots and a ripped pair of denim jeans and he’s set. 

Keep an eye out for Kanye - his eccentric-ness allows him to be individual, new and ever changing.  

Ne.Sense release their 2014 Lookbook called “Outkast” to celebrate the opening of its first store in Taipei on October 11. Its concept was based off its pop-up stores and showroom, it will stock exclusive brands including Chapter, Cmmn Swdn, ETQ and more. 
Its Fall/Winter 2014 campaign is shot in a white sand desert, utilising their unique style within an ever present street and high fashion industry. 

From our perspective, apparel is not just composed of fabrics and textiles. Apparel is a language and a medium that further advances us to communicate to you. The core reason of Ne.Sense’s existence is to persist on high-quality garments, and to become the honest storytellers of all these authentic brands’ history and concepts. By doing so, we believe that we can help broaden your perspective to better understand the current and upcoming trends. Hopefully, you can come to a conclusion that sense can be educated and not be purely bought through money. It can only be developed by how you choose to live a quality life. Therefore, we aim to influence Taiwan’s emerging market by bringing the team’s international perspective and originality back.

Ne.Sense release their 2014 Lookbook called “Outkast” to celebrate the opening of its first store in Taipei on October 11. Its concept was based off its pop-up stores and showroom, it will stock exclusive brands including Chapter, Cmmn Swdn, ETQ and more. 

Its Fall/Winter 2014 campaign is shot in a white sand desert, utilising their unique style within an ever present street and high fashion industry. 

From our perspective, apparel is not just composed of fabrics and textiles. Apparel is a language and a medium that further advances us to communicate to you. The core reason of Ne.Sense’s existence is to persist on high-quality garments, and to become the honest storytellers of all these authentic brands’ history and concepts. By doing so, we believe that we can help broaden your perspective to better understand the current and upcoming trends. Hopefully, you can come to a conclusion that sense can be educated and not be purely bought through money. It can only be developed by how you choose to live a quality life. Therefore, we aim to influence Taiwan’s emerging market by bringing the team’s international perspective and originality back.

To recap on London Fashion week, GQ sat down with Street Style photographer, Andreea Bodgan, to reflect on her shots from London Fashion week and to follow up on commentary on the abundance of navies and blues that saw the city cover. From street looks to suit styling, navy was the in colour. 

Q:What defines London style?AB:Many of the men I photograph like to wear items from independent designers or bespoke pieces because these give a greater sense of individuality. I believe it is the need for self-expression and the confidence to be different that make men’s style unique in London.
Q:What are some London-based trends you’ve seen men adopt lately?AB:For a while the cuts were getting smarter, but this season the men are adopting more of a casual approach to tailoring. The suits are more comfortable to wear, made from lighter fabrics with slightly slouchier proportions. Blue seemed to be the color of choice, from pastels to darker hues. Pinstripes and checkered patterns are definitely here to stay, and the accessory of the season was the hat.
Q:Who are some British style icons that influence the way men dress?AB:Those who strive to create their own style identity can rarely name style icons.
Q: What city do you consider to be the most stylish and why?AB:Paris, because the people dress as the city looks: glamorous and chic.
Q:What is your trick to capturing the perfect street style image?AB:Get accustomed to the surroundings before the frenzy begins (especially during fashion weeks). This might sound like a strange thing to say because it has nothing to do with fashion, but when I am photographing, I place an emphasis on the background and the way my subject relates to it’s surroundings. A well-balanced look and a good symmetric composition is what I find pleasing to shoot.

Source: GQ.com

To recap on London Fashion week, GQ sat down with Street Style photographer, Andreea Bodgan, to reflect on her shots from London Fashion week and to follow up on commentary on the abundance of navies and blues that saw the city cover. From street looks to suit styling, navy was the in colour. 

Q:What defines London style?
AB:Many of the men I photograph like to wear items from independent designers or bespoke pieces because these give a greater sense of individuality. I believe it is the need for self-expression and the confidence to be different that make men’s style unique in London.

Q:What are some London-based trends you’ve seen men adopt lately?
AB:For a while the cuts were getting smarter, but this season the men are adopting more of a casual approach to tailoring. The suits are more comfortable to wear, made from lighter fabrics with slightly slouchier proportions. Blue seemed to be the color of choice, from pastels to darker hues. Pinstripes and checkered patterns are definitely here to stay, and the accessory of the season was the hat.

Q:Who are some British style icons that influence the way men dress?
AB:Those who strive to create their own style identity can rarely name style icons.

Q: What city do you consider to be the most stylish and why?
AB:Paris, because the people dress as the city looks: glamorous and chic.

Q:What is your trick to capturing the perfect street style image?
AB:Get accustomed to the surroundings before the frenzy begins (especially during fashion weeks). This might sound like a strange thing to say because it has nothing to do with fashion, but when I am photographing, I place an emphasis on the background and the way my subject relates to it’s surroundings. A well-balanced look and a good symmetric composition is what I find pleasing to shoot.

Source: GQ.com

The new street style suit? The loosened focus is now present on the streets of NYC following the wrap up of fashion week. The list of best-dressed men left their dapper 3 piece suit styling to favour a refined, easy, light and equally fashionable suit. From T-Shirts, layered with shirt jackets, bombers to even denim shirts all put over trim trousers. It’s all ended with a pair of crispy sneakers and some accessories to boot - watches, wristbands, the simple things. Classy but not overdone - hardly simple yet not busy.  
Photo: Tommy Ton @ NYFW

The new street style suit? The loosened focus is now present on the streets of NYC following the wrap up of fashion week. The list of best-dressed men left their dapper 3 piece suit styling to favour a refined, easy, light and equally fashionable suit. From T-Shirts, layered with shirt jackets, bombers to even denim shirts all put over trim trousers. It’s all ended with a pair of crispy sneakers and some accessories to boot - watches, wristbands, the simple things. Classy but not overdone - hardly simple yet not busy.  

Photo: Tommy Ton @ NYFW