6 posts tagged street style
Style Hunt - Shoreditch Street Style
Do you like African prints and mixing high and low fashion like a pro? Style Hunt scours the globe to hunt down the best street style of everyday people in some of our favorite cities. In Shoreditch, London, we learn to weather a hangover in style, accessorize for the Congo, and opine about the ills of skinny jeans.
Style Hunt - Paris Fashion Week
Style Hunt revisits Paris Fashion Week where we talk to a mix of creatives and fashion insiders including stylists Vivianna Volpicella and Elisa Nalin, style blogger Claire Sulmers, and chef and host Rachel Khoo about their personal style. Style Hunt is a new video series kicking off with a special look at Fashion Week around the world. Stay tuned for our regular programming where we travel the world to look at the street style of everyday people in different cities.
Created by Metro International’s style director Kenya Hunt, presented by ModMods.com.
Watch Style Hunt’s New York Fashion Week here: http://bit.ly/XDdsJB
Style Hunt - London Fashion Week Revisited
Style Hunt revisits London Fashion Week where we talk to a mix of creatives and fashion insiders including designer Christopher Raeburn, photographer Michelle Bobb-Parris and stylist Luella Lane about their personal style. Created by Metro International’s style director Kenya Hunt, presented by ModMods.com. Watch more OTHERS in Style Hunt’s New York Fashion Week here: http://bit.ly/XDdsJB
Style Hunt - New York Fashion Week
Style Hunt meets New York fashion personalities like Garance Doré, Street Peeper’s Phil Oh, CR Fashion Book’s Shiona Turini, Glamour Magazine’s Rajni Jacques and more outside of New York Fashion Week’s various venues including Lincoln Center and MILK Studios. Created by the Metro International’s style director Kenya Hunt. Presented by ModMods.com, i am OTHER, and Metro International. For more global street style, visit ModMods.com.
OTHERS by Hypebeast - Mixing Up Styles with DJ Daruma of Crepeman
Tokyo’s DJ Daruma began rising in Tokyo’s hip-hop scene at age 15 as and teamed a dancer crew in the Digital Junkies crew. After taking an interest in house electronic music, he translated elements of the two musical genres into a Japanese fashion brand Roc Star before finally developing his defining brand Crepeman, a brand devoted to creating designs “for tomorrow.”
OTHERS by Hypebeast - Poggy of United Arrows & Sons
Designer Kogi Motofumi aka “Poggy” shares his ethos and inspiration behind the casual sub-line UNITED ARROWS & SONS, his recipe for mixing streetwear with high-end fashion, and his affinity for the suit. Having been at the forefront of the various transitions in Japanese fashion and the street culture scene, Poggy’s eclectic sense of style has never led him astray.