For my first look I decided to play it safe. I went for the slick Matthew Miller KVADRAT over coat and a Matthew Miller shirt with a patch and I threw on some black jeans from River Island and Chelsea boots from Aldo.
I got to say, I am a major Matthew Miller fan! His designs are so simplistic, yet very creative and fashion forward. The design of the coat, the colour and the texture of it is what drew me to this impeccably designed overcoat! The Durden overcoat is made from Danish fabric produced by innovators Kvadrat. The textured greys and blues of the dissolved structure in the weave create beautiful irregular patterns across the surface of this classic silhouette.
For Timi’s second look He went for another dope KTZ Alex Pixel Toweling Sweatshirt that’s a bit reminiscent of a rubix cube with its coloured square designs! I absolutely love how he threw on the Stockholm Yellow raincoat from Stutterheim! The Stockholm raincoat quotes Alexander Stutterheim’s grandfather’s original raincoat. The coat has snap closures, drawstrings and exemplifies both versatility and durability in its updated design. Using the finest craftsmanship, materials and details, their raincoats have undergone severe testing in horrible conditions both at sea and in the city. What more would you want in a rain coat? The raincoat made the jumper pop out even more without over powering the whole look! Timi’s outfit was all about those vivid colours and the whole thing works SO well!!
I’m going to be doing another collab soon with Nowhere, so keep an eye out on my Instagram and Facebook. In the mean time go check out the new stock that the cool peeps at Nowhere have in their store on Aungier Street.
Take a peek at the rest of the pics from the shoot below..
Photos by the talented Kooqy
Thanks for dropping by again guys