Shot by the train tracks as an editorial moving forward.
Steady. Not too old-fashioned, not too new. All pieces are from the last 20 years of fashion. Some were menswear, some womenswear.
Today they are all worn by guys and girls. Why do we try to categorize in masculine/feminine or modern/old if it only depends on your interpretation?
Where are the tracks?
Where are the lines?
Where are the tracks, dear?
Where is the time?
coat: Hennes Vintage, suit pants: Vintage, scarf: Acne, hoodie: Nike, necklace with flask: self-made, sneakers: converse,
sunglasses & socks: model’s own
– at the cinema. She could be part of a French film – at least at first sight.
Her walk, her cigarettes, the stripy top – oh sweet chérie. A closer look reveals the truth tough:
Scandinavian edge & vintage menswear fooling the eyes. Quel trompe-l’œil!
No snapback or base cap but a peaked cap with ear plops in fake fur: vintage, stripy Top: Acne, some guy’s training pants radically cut: Nike, sandals: Nicholas Kirkwood, Rings from H&M and the bazaars of Istanbul accompanied by a self-made necklace/bag of a yoga drinking bottle to keep hydrated while the film marathon of Stockholm International Film Festival taking place in the last few weeks.
Don’t trust your eyes. There is always more to it. So look again.
You wanne get in my pants, Mister?
– there is still room for you, no worries!
Already in previous collections Maison Martin Margiela showed off with some criss cross baggy pants. Last November they relaunched the style in their H&M cooperation to give more people access to this stunning classic, in which you could easily fit layers of tights or even a second body to keep warm. As Stockholm is getting cold again, it is time to dig out our MMM oversize Jeans and get cosy Antwerp-style!
How fashionable is it to dig out a ‘high street remake of an old classic’ one winter later? – Perfectly fine but if it seems too boring just change the way of wearing it this winter. SlashMuse decided if we slasheurs can be anything we want, so can these pants, here worn by R as a jumpsuit…