I have always admired Jone Nielsen’s aesthetic. Perhaps it’s his allure as a designer that gives him that edge to combine urbanity with classic nature. Or it’s the simple fact that he is a man in touch with his persona and suits it exactly right. Nonetheless, it’s Jone’s mix and match that not only make him worth snapping, but also put him on a one to watch radar.
Damir Doma’s aesthetics always inspire me. Something about those silhouettes catering to masculinity with a hint of an androgynous nature in their cut seems both modern and poetic. That’s why I always like to see men in Damir. Caught Alexander Lindseth, a design student at TEKO in Copenhagen. In all black, Alexander was walking proof of the idea of everlasting and a new sense of classical masculinity.
With the obvious trend of rhinestones and beads into fashion, it’s refreshing to see twists into a different perspective. Vika Gazinskaya in her own designs, proves just that. With a soft jade threaded into a pattern and into her sweatshirt through large beads, Vika not only accents her best colors, but regresses into an effortless 90s period, making her just that, effortless.
There is something about Doina Ciobanu I just can’t put my finger on. From her luscious hair, to her utter pay to detail, she always looks right on point. Flaunting her designs from time to time, she is one of those girls that really knows her body and knows how to pull it off. A definite whole package.