Korean Fashion Try-On Haul | Seoul Street Style

[Music] hi everyone welcome back to my channel and in today's video I have a fashion haul it's been a while since I filmed one of these but in my vlogs every time I walked into a store or was wearing something so many of you guys are curious about

what I was wearing and what I bought so I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to share some newly discovered brands as well as the try on haul because a lot of you guys seem to enjoy these so yeah let's get started because I do have a

lot of brands that I wanted to talk about we'll start with what I'm wearing and first we have the piece – one shirt PMO is g-dragon's label and I always wanted like a belt or a bucket hat from there but every time I check online it's either sold

out or it is quite pricey but I got this shirt at the looked at Young Plaza on the first floor there are lots of kpop merchandise and there's a yg corner and while I was looking through it at the end of it I saw this shirt by the

cashier and I just has to have it I really like the back of this shirt when I first moved to Seoul I went to g-dragon's exhibition and this was all over I actually have a poster of this so I really like this t-shirt and I am probably gonna

wear it often the second and last thing that I got from PMO is this tote and I really like how extra this is it came in like this I don't know like a sandwich pack but it was a tote and this was in collaboration with Vogue it was

very pricey but I thought this was one of a kind so I had to grab it and I do really like the quality of it and I will probably be wearing this a lot too I just got into tote bags they're super convenient and so much can go

inside so yeah I got this tote bag and it says piece – one book the second brand I wanted to introduce is Issei and Issei translates to second generation I went to the studio and basically I learned that a lot of their pieces are inspired by modern and

traditional Korea and it was so special about architecture it's like that out in the countryside I was like a mix of traditional modern design I bought ec clothes created two and now we're just gonna have a photo shoot all the way Justin just called me Angela get this

view of pucon Han it's so nice photo shoot so I fell in love immediately and when I touched a clothes you can definitely feel the quality so I bought three things from Issei and first is this hat I got the yellow one after trying on all of the

colors and basically Angela Justin and Roy told me that the yellow one looked best and it matched my hair color and I do want to dye my hair so they said that this would probably just look the best I don't normally wear a lot of color but when

it comes to accessories I do like to add a pop of color here and there so I thought this yellow hat was perfect next we have a humble jacket and I really love this piece because I love traditional Korean where I think humbug is beautiful and this jacket

looks very simple but I love the humble details on it and I feel like this will be a great piece for the beginning of fall because now it's just too cold to wear but yeah this is like 50% off when I walked in so I just had to

pick it up the final thing that I picked up is this flannel right here and when you first take a look at it you might be like oh it doesn't really look that special and maybe something that you can just buy at like an urban outfitters but it's

quite heavy it's very warm and again when you wear it you will feel like you're wearing something expensive I really like investing in pieces like this like jackets and flannels because then I don't have to buy like 10 different ones so I'm really excited about this one I

know that I'm gonna wear this a lot during the wintertime because I like to layer and because ICI is unisex i justified the price by thinking to myself that it can wear it too and he wore basically this humble jacket and this flannel to the meet and greet

so yeah we're already starting to share the clothes there but out of the three things that I purchased I think this is my favorite the third brand I wanted to introduce is outer air if you watch my vlogs you have probably seen the store many many times because

I love how extra it is but I finally picked up something and it is this skirt right here it seems like a plain one if you look at it this way but when you turn around I love this detail a lot of the styles are very simple and

casual yet you can feel again the quality in their pieces I'm very excited about the skirt because I can wear anything simple on the top but this little detail right here will definitely make my outfit pop the next piece that I picked up are these plaid pants from

this Korean brand called I i I've been really into pot if you could tell but I I is a Korean designer brand I know a lot of Korean celebrities love it and I walked into their showroom in cata secure and these pants are originally I think over $100

but I picked it up for 20 so I was really excited about it and I really liked how the ends are kind of flared so I again I'm super excited to wear this during the fall I see a lot of Korean instagramers wearing this brand so when I

saw the showroom I got really excited and I wanted to pick up a few more things but it just wasn't really my style but when I saw these pants I just immediately had to pick it up because I mean it was only 20 bucks the final two brands

are not Korean but I did find these shops in Honda so I thought I would just include them but the first friend is Joyrich this is another brand that I discovered because of celebrities and I believe that this is a Japanese based LA based grand correct me if

I'm wrong but I was really excited because in Honda there was a pop up shop so everything was seventy to ninety percent off it's just pretty great all of this I always wanted to that's you this was not supposed to happen but everything first we have this sweater

and it says rich 77% originally this would have been a hundred and thirty dollars but I got it for 30 and I love how simple this is and I just thought this was really funny I also picked up two shirts and first we have this grey one that

says joy rich calm and this white one has discipline on it so I really liked that so I wore this on an Instagram post I really like the quality of these tops as well originally these were I think $65 but I got it for 15 so a steal

the final thing that I picked up is this a cold wall back I got this at a store in Honda so many of you guys were curious make sure to leave their Instagram down below in the description box that store carries a lot of famous street brands such

as supreme a cold wall and they do switch up the pieces very frequently so that was my second time walking in and I noticed that all of the clothes changed already so I would recommend checking that store out but a cold wall I believe is a British Street

style brand and I really like how simple this is I couldn't wear it too much when I was vlogging because I like to carry around both of my vlogging cameras but now I can walk out with my wallet phone and chapstick in here and I'm good to go

so I really like how convenient this is it is quite pricy I paid about a hundred and twenty dollars for this and they were selling socks for $50 but it is a rising ground here in Korea a lot of artists are wearing it Deen and crush so that

was enough for me that wraps up my street style haul I hope you guys found this video helpful I think I want to film a video on my top 10 favorite Korean fashion brands so if you're interested in that comment down below if a lot want it I

might just quickly film that for next week if not I will probably save it for December but yeah check the description box I'll try my best to wink all of the pieces if they're still available and I'll see you guys in my next one bye [Music]

My Way: Gee Schmidt, co-owner of street fashion brand Patta

Patta is a store that was founded by me and Edson.

We sell exclusive shoes.

From all corners of the world.

And we also serve as a platform for our creative network.

If we think something is cool, or if we like something.



then we try to make it happen.

Patta can and should be anything.

You can also see it as a hallmark, a stamp of quality.

The people that have inspired or helped me.



to walk the path that I'm following now.



are all people with an authentic and uniquesense of style.



and outlook on life.

Jerry is a very calm Indonesian man.

He has mostly influenced my taste.

Without yelling, you can still be a strong person.

Gee collected albums, but I bought 12-inch singles.

I didn't like some raps.

So I mostly played instrumentals.

Remember?- Of course, you charlatan.

Jerry and a friend made radio for a pirate radio station.

Radio Banzai.

They often did the show after ours.

We did a hip-hop show, very amateurish but very fun.

And they had their show after ours.

In terms of taste and clothing, they were pretty refined.

I haven't been here in 20 years, I think.

There used to be another table here.

There was a table here.



– This is where we used to make radio, man.

Gee always brought records from Amsterdam.

He would go to Fat Beats and be like, 'Look what I got.

' 'I have no money left, but I do have these new records.

' Yes, that was the thing for us.

Every Friday, Thursday, you know.

Get together as many friends as possible.

All scum.

One of my co-workers at Fat Beats was Jacob.

At some point he started working with Steven de Peven.

Steven is just like a bird.

A real character.

Who's that? Who's that? Then we all moved into a house together.

And that's where I got to know Steven better.

This is our old house.

We developed our own language here.

And a lot of broken hearts.

We shared a lot of heartache.

That creates a bond.

He just opened another door, another world.

Steven also did a lot of theatre, for example.

I went to a lot of his shows, and sometimes he would do a sort of performance.

Music and art stuff, that I sometimes collaborated on.

With a lot of joy, he put a lot of love into it.

Edson has really seen me grow up in Amsterdam.

He was my first and best friend in this city.

Open the door.

He didn't have his own place, so he always stayed with friends.

He was really green, a rookie.

Edson is someone who, especially in the beginning when I'd just moved to Amsterdam.



who really stood by me.

He's been like a big brother to me.

And he still is.

In the beginning, the biggest fuck-up was that we had no experience with wholesale.

So we just went to America with a wad of cash.

We went into the hood, the Bronx, Harlem, and just bought our shoes from stores there.

We only bought things that we liked.

Also hard-to-sell stuff, Air Trainer, that sort of thing.

And then we opened our store.

The first day was great.

People were happy, congratulating us, giving us flowers.



buying a pair of shoes or two.

But after a week, it was completely dead and deserted.

I called Edson and he said, 'I didn't sell anything today.

' I said, 'What do you mean, nothing?''Nothing, nada.

' I said, 'Not one shoe?''No, zero.

' In the beginning.



– The first 2 years we were just scraping by.

Patta was never just Edson or just Gee.

The people we work with are a really important part of what the company is.

Within the company, but also outside of it.

My parents, Edson's parents, even when things weren't going so well.



everyone had enough faith in us to give us some extra support.

And that is very important to us.

To this day.

My father was always a bit of an eccentric.

In the choices he made and the way he looked.

His whole life, my father followed his own path.

And while he was doing that, he tried to impart some things to me.


– It's good, right? Tastes great.

If a child wants to take the step to make his dreams come true.



he has to think about how he is going totake that step first.

If you're reckless in the steps you take, you can lose everything.

First you have to think about, do I need a job, do I need friends? Do I need my family, whoever that may be? Based on that, you can start taking steps towards what you want to achieve.

Growing up, we lived in a really poor neigborhood.

Nothing wrong with that.

I had a great childhood there.

But my dad did try to teach me things.

At the time, I thought it was stupid.

But when I look at how I've developed myself andwhat I ended up doing.



I'm glad that he taught me those things.

I would have ended up where I am now anyway.

Maybe it would have taken a bit longer.

And the way you do things is also very important.

I'm glad that so far, I've been able to doit in a way that makes me proud.

They helped me do that.


Curvy Con 2018 Wrap Up + Street Style Plus Size LookBook

hey everybody so this past weekend I had the opportunity to go to Curvy Con now if you're not familiar with what curvy con is Curvy Con is basically like Fashion Week for plus-size girls it provides a ton of opportunities for different brands to come and showcase their plus-size

clothing wares as well as having runway shows and panels about you know what it's like to thrive and be successful as a plus-sized blogger so I was really fortunate to be able to go with ModCloth who kind of brought me there and they also let me do this

amazing giveaway but before we jump into that I wanna tell you guys a little bit about two crazy experiences I had now I could talk you through them right here and now but I think the video I recorded from the event is a little bit more special because

it actually shows you the individuals I did not expect for these things to happen I did not expect to run into these people it was just a weird you know crossing of paths in life and it was one of my favorite parts of the weekend guys story time

I was in a cab coming back from a marketing event when I was a business person like three some years ago and I met a girl in a cab who talked about vlogging and fast forward to three years later where we reunite at Curvy Con what was your

name again Carolyn this she gave me so many good tips and just amazing that was a good car ride we had a fun car ride is Carolyn uber driver and future famous vlogger yes I cannot believe I know anyway so everybody I have another crazy life story

for I have hair in my face always that has resurfaced itself at Curvy Con meet what's your name again Layla this is Layla tell them what you told me didn't we sleep outside on the streets together for SNL and yeah we did and I took a picture of

you and Dave Grohl this is true that happened that happened I've you know she has a random picture of me from like five years ago oh my god it was like ten years ago shhh we're younger than we look oh my goodness I'm so glad you told me

this like that's like my mouth it was like a close-up on my mouth I'm like now let's talk a little bit more about the person who won my giveaway now at curvy con I had a giveaway where I gave away a glitter ticket the glitter ticket is basically

an all-access ticket to Curvy Con and the girl who won was like the most deserving person to win ever she was a recent college graduate going into the arts looking at writing scripts for TV and film and you know you gotta hope that she's gonna put some solid

plus-size characters in there she was totally unfamiliar with what her personal style was and really kind of was at a crossroads of like I'm growing up and I don't know how to dress for my next stage in my life so it was super fun to get to meet

her her name was pip and she was just so lovely and to have her walk in and feel totally overwhelmed and then walk out feeling super awesome about herself and knowing a little bit more about what she liked and didn't like which is really the whole point of

fashion was just the whole epicenter of my weekend it was the best part of my weekend so you can see pip she tried on this velvet dress which I absolutely loved on her how do you feel so good and there are pockets which I love that's that is

life goals yeah the best feeling is a dress with pockets and then she also got a button-down and a pair of jeans and she has not had a pair of jeans that fit her for years and years and years and so this was monumental for her to

walk away a in a dress she likes because she does not normally like dresses and b have a good fitting pair of jeans and sometimes I forget as a blogger like how those little basics in your wardrobe can literally change your outlook and it was a nice reminder

to me that what you know we do online as silly as it might seem sometimes actually does affect lives and here was a situation where it did affect lives and honestly someone who was super inspiring to me and I believe will be super inspiring to a whole nother

generation of women I took a lot of fun with her and I thought she was just a lovely person and I am so happy that she you know was able to be outfitted and kind of take the next step in her career in some amazing clothing I also

had a ton of fun just looking at all the different girls in ModCloth clothing I love ModCloth I talk about this all the time if they pay me or if they did not pay me I would still say I love ModCloth because I did for a long time

I did not work with them and I just wore their stuff all the time I am lucky to fortunately be able to be working with them now and I did work with them on this event so I kind of rounded up some of the girls and the outfits

they liked and I thought it would give you guys some good fall fashion inspiration and to help you guys kind of figure out like okay how do I put these pieces together in different ways these were all the girls that were kind of partnering with ModCloth for curvy

con or just liked modcloth in general and wore it to curvy con so I kind of pulled them aside had them do a little runway show which you guys are gonna see now so that is my curvy con wrap-up it's short and sweet and basically most of time

I spent with the ModCloth team at the ModCloth booth or like talking to people and just being a human I didn't film a ton of other things because you know why I was spending time investing in the people I was talking to and I think that's what you

should do with these events is it's not about all of the selfies you collect it's about all the memories you collect and all the relationships you build and that's that's what's important to me yeah I do like a good selfie here and there I mean look at me

huh but for the most part if you see me out I just want to get to know you that's really Who I am as a person so that is my brief synopsis of my weekend at curvy con with modcloth I hope you guys enjoyed it thank you to

modcloth for having me a curvy con for making this possible for me to go and meet so many of you guys in in person face to face and have that time if it wasn't for them I wouldn't have been able to go so I want to give a

huge shout out to them and yeah that's it guys have an amazing rest of your day I love you guys so much I don't know what to say I'm like and I'm gonna save my normal outro I'm like you know and peace someday I'll come up with an

outro in a better away right now this will have to do I'll use a peace sign I always use

Карина Нигай / Обзор Street Style луков #MBFWR: Марьяна Ро, VogueDiary, Гном Гномыч

Hi! I'm the collection of DVDs you haven't thrown away yet, Gosha Kartsev.

I'm these shitty notes on Gosha Kartsev's computer.

My name is Karina Nigay.

And this is Gosha Kartsev channel.

Street style from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia.

Review with Gosha Kartsev Karina, what do you do? I'm a fashion influencer.

But I'm a celebrity stylist more like, like media person.

Are you cunning? A little.

Are you insolent? Absolutely.

Do you feel like tearing it up? I feel like telling the truth.

I won't hate it if it's beautiful.

It isn't.

She's wearing boots and black stockings.

She's wearing white boots and a white skirt, right? And here are long socks as well.

She's cold, so she's hidden them under the overalls.

Do you think they want to look expensive? No, they want to take pictures.

There's this huge retail chain “Everything for 60 rubles”.

Why should she need this coffee which says “I bought it for 60 rubles”? Or is it like, “I'm that rich that I can drink coffee for 60 rubles”? What do you mean rich? I like the concept but.



I like it that they all wear beige.

I'm sure they all are stylists.

But look at their outfit.

It kills me.

I sometimes see those stylists on Instagram and think “You need a freaking stylist yourself!” “Hey, go and learn! Seriously!” What kind of stylist is she? She herself needs to change her outfit and make up and lick into shape.

Maybe she's only a beginner.

I'm like a good cop today.

You see, I think a stylist is like a singer.

You have to be gifted.

Have you hidden your old videos on YouTube? “Our wedding”.

It's a beautiful one.

A heartwarming one.

Very heartwarming.

I just wonder if there's a singer on this video.

I don't mind this.

Let's give it a chance.

What's good about it? That all three of them are wearing beige.

I'd polish it a little.

Even with clothes from mass market stores they could style it a bit.




It looks like they got out of this Peugeot behind them.

Car expert.

Obviously not this Mercedes.

This is totally a French street style.

If it's a trench over a trench, I don't like it.

If it's one piece, then it's interesting.

Write in the comments what you think.

Ah, those tricks so that you boost his rating.

Oh! That's a good one! It's one and a half.

Double one.

One and a half dressing.

I'd buy this puffer jacket.

It's cool.

When you wear it alone, not with someone else.

It's such a bullshit.


And this colour.

Fancy that.


Of course, you're lonely.

Have you seen yourself in the mirror? Rooster! Black raven.

This is Maleficent.

Malifistina, this is Malifistina.

Pimpled woodpecker.


Oh! I like the jacket.

The jacket is alright, why is the bun? And no make up.

What are the pearls for? I don't think you should go around the city dressed like this.

She might've wanted to wear something weird for the Fashion week, but she should've done it beautifully.

Ooh-la-la! These always take part in street style shows.

It's like Voguediary.

She's one of thousands who turned from a street style model into a blogger.

It's her everyday style.

She's crazy, so she wears this every day.

Yeah, she's savvy.

Actually, this is Maryana Ro.

She's Face's girlfriend.

This one? Yes.

I think you could be friends, because she hates everyone.

Watch her interview on.



That's my reputation.

What? Do you think you're saint? Minimalistic.

He's cute.

I like it.

Yeah, I like it.

Everything matches, the colours, the chainlet.

Yes, and he's handsome.

Good job.

Look at those pins.

Pins on stockings.


I've never seen it.

Wait, is it her dad's tie? It's a rebus.

“Solve me”.

Is she pregnant or that is because of the wind? These are multiple layers.

Well, okay.

What are the socks for? I'd take off the socks because everything else is hairy and bright enough.

You can see girls like this in Milan.

Chinese by the way.

She might be not Russian.

Maybe because she's like, you know.

What? With squinty eyes like me.

What should you look like for a street style show? Tell us like a granny of street style.

Thank you, darling.

You're welcome, darling.

Well, I don't want to tell you all the secrets.

Assuming that last time half of Moscow came to Milan.

They made me laugh.

You fly to Milan, don't you? I fly everywhere.

How many countries? 57.


This isn't that bad except maybe the make up.

These boots.

They're from Zara or something.

Yeah, maybe.

Again, if you put her in line with them, she'd look weird.

Shoot a fashion machine gun at her.


How many songs by Krovostock do you know? I don't listen to such music.

I listened to Factor-2.

“Tell me, beautiful, what's that you don't like?” This is fake! It's a fake fake! They are not Fendi's letters.

And the proportions, aah! Yes, of course, it's wider.

I told you, look, the pocket is out of straight.

You can say it only by this.

High five.

Yeah, I can tell fake stuff from afar.

This beard.

Why do they need it? If you don't have a proper one, then you don't need it.

Follow Gosha's example.

And 50 more jokes about my bald head from Karina Nigay.

Without this Russian headscarf, it'd be a typical New York style.

Like, “I'm out to walk my dog”.

Gothic style.

Can you see the cross? Street style is supposed to inspire.

It inspires you to have your thematic photoshoot.

It's trendy.

Old man Supreme against the background of NY.

Who are you? Maybe a model? No! I think no-one.

These are these trendy students, you know? No, and I don't want to.

Hanging jeans-yao.

What do you think? Nice word.


A busy chick, I like it.

I don't like it that her hair is unbrushed.

Totally, like she's been ploughing with her head.

The trench is nice.

Yes, so is the footwear.

You don't like it? I don't know.

I don't care.

Yeah? Okay.

You know what I don't like? I don't like this blouse underneath.

All the rest is alright.

What do you think about loafers with Adidas? It's like a stylistic thing, no? Well, okay.

“Pink flamingo” “a child of a sunset” Totally no.

“I'm mama's Leroy Merlin”.

This is just an old lady, right? They're everywhere, these PJs.

Let's give it a name.


Category is Beetroot puke.

“You wear Louis, Louis, Louis”.

I really want you to stop going to the Fashion Week.

For goodness' sake.

You're the generation Z.

Stop acting like thugs.

Do you want to see what Vogue chose and posted as Street style from the Fashion week in Moscow on their site? I do.

Puke! Seriously.

The person in the puffer jacket, two people.

These are okay.

Maryana Ro, let it be.

Here he is, this one, the flamingo.

A copycat of Morgenshtern.

A bad one.

We liked this one.


Vampire from Leroy Merlin.

And this one.

The inverted one, Malifistina Lonely.

And this one? Really? Fancy that.

They've posted it.

And this.

Hello, Russian Vogue, are you alright? I think this is meant to bring more visitors to their site.

But I would've thought so if I hadn't seen this on Instagram.

Here is the question.

What is it? Gnom Gnomych is on the cover of Vogue Russia dedicated to the Christmas Charity Ball.


The idea is great but come on.

If it was Vodyanova and the children, it would be great.

But what is this family doing here? Seriously.

I think Vogue looks cheaper this way.

It's like Olya Buzova on the cover of Vogue.

Okay, forget about it.

In the next part, I'd like you to explain your choice.

We're going to discuss street style fashion from Karina Nigay.

Look, when I saw this eye, it was six months before the Fasion Week, I thought I'd wear it to Gucci.

But I couldn't take it with me.

You can't fold it? No, you need to hold it like this on the plane.

Then I had the idea it should be the elegant Dior.

And it was a success.

All the magazines published it and.



Gosha Kartsev posted stories about it.

What else do I need? It's such a bullshit, Karina! What do you mean? I was shocked.

Everyone liked it! You can laugh at me as long as you want.

If it was a Russian Fashion Week, I wouldn't be surprised.

You know? Because we all are crazy.

Paris is Dior.

For me, it's the same level of insolency as that woman who came out at the Chanel show, you know? Like “here I am”.

It was elegant, you know? Karina, you're wearing an eye head.

Yes, but it's cool.

First of all, magazines really liked it.

Which ones? Optical? Didn't you get a contract from a fish? It was in a French.

It was in Vogue France.

Do you know what I respect you for? That you don't give a shit about everyone else's opinion! You know? Either you're wearing an eye or not.

“Okay, guys, I got your attention”, “Good bye.

Thank you, next”.

And keep going.

And this eye.



It's my style.

Yeah, it's like you don't give a shit.

So you came and to those who'd already come you're like.




Big Russian eye”.

It's like, “Russia, see?”.

I'm more like Anna Dello Russo.


Who hyped on street style and became Anna Dello Russo.

I'm more like that.

You're Anna Dello Russo plus Chiara Ferragni I mean, you're just a trendy product, that's it.

And I feel really comfortable there.

Another question: Karina, what do you need Tik Tok for? Beautiful, la-la-la.

Let me explain, then you'll watch.

You also have Tik Tok, 21 followers.

I think you're a blogger only if you have a YouTube channel.

And now Tik Tok rules.

And I just don't want to realise one day that I'm forgotten.

My audience is really grown up.

They're grown up girls over 20.

That's why I thought I could use Tik Tok to try communicating with the generation Z.

I'm not doing very well though, but why not? You're just.



You're actually a wise woman.

Apparently, expensive background doesn't work there.

You need something like this cheap fake tree.

You know the challenges! You're a freaking Tik Toker! Karina, what do you say when you hear: “She sucked for it”? All this like, “The husband of hers, the house, Rublyovka, the store”.

The first year I cried.

The second I meant to leave.

The third, the third year was tough.

I closed up and left YouTube.

That's when it went down for a while and I still can't bring it back to what it used to be.

And you have to take part in all these.

Yeah, all these cheap shows.

Take part in this and stuff.

I'm fortunate that after my pregnancy, even though I never posted pics of my child, my Instagram rocketed.

And I had to work hard.

Work is work.

If people say shitty things about you, well, just fuck off.

In fact, I have a person who clears up all the negative stuff.

I don't read it.

Wait, what were we talking about? So you sucked for it, then you blocked it.

It's after your pregnancy that you dropped guard.

I considered myself an ugly fat bitch who should stay at home at all times.

I had this inferiority complex about my appearance.

After I gave a birth to my child I appeared not to have gained a kilo.

It's like I had a baby and that's it.

And in a week after that I shot in beachwear for a Calzedonia campaign.

Since that day we've been working hard and thankfully it was the time when my Instagram started working really well.

Even though you show your husband and child, you tell nothing about yourself.

I want to present myself as an expert.

How do you feel about it now? I'm calm.

Karina, could you give some advice to a young influencer.

Find a job.

It's Gosha Kartsev channel.

This has been who? Karina Nigay.

Nigay and Gosha Kartsev.

Like, share, comment, subscribe.

I hate it when you say this.

Go and shoot a video for Tik Tok first, then.



It's just.




Look at me”.

I start speaking like you.

Everyone says you steal things, that proves it.

You read too much of Telegram.

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8 Easy Outfits for Guys | Hong Kong Travel Street Style | Levitate Style

Hey what's up guys! Welcome back to my channel My name is Leo Chan of Levitate Style back again with another spring style video this time I'm showing you 5 to 6 easy, effortless spring style outfits that you can bring on your trip this is part of the travel

spring style series that I'm doing if you missed the one on Tokyo Street style make sure you check it out in the description So, this time last year I was in Asia for a month as you can imagine when you're traveling you don't want to pack everything you

have so I picked out specifically the pieces that I really love for spring and it's effortless for travel the denim jacket now the denim jacket for the spring is a no-brainer and bringing this on travel definitely a must it's such an easy piece to pair and wear with

other things that you bring on your trip this jacket obviously is great you got the light colors I also did a two-minute style tip video on the denim jacket how to wear it from work to weekend so if you missed that make sure you check it out in

the description I went with the light blue denim jacket for the rainbow building because I really love the light pastel colors and it matched perfectly with this lighter blue denim jacket for this look I decided to break up the double denim and went with black jeansinstead and then

go with the light base of a grey t-shirt and some grey Yeezys Another denim jacket look that I did this time going with the classic double denim so I went with a light blue denim, jacket black t-shirt blue jeans and then finish off with these white Gucci sneakers

this time with the double denim we went to the Monster Mansion building in Hong Kong This is probably one of the most famous shots now on Instagram Next up, back again is the leather jacket Here's another effortless leather jacketlook This time I'm just wearing with white t-shirt, black

jeans, and some white sneakers In Hong Kong there's a lot of interesting buildings and architecture and so at this playground that we found is popular on Instagram I wanted to go with this more monochromatic look, black andwhite to go with this like moody and grainy background Second leather

jacket look that I did I went with all black Black t-shirt, black jeans, for night out with my friends and then for the shoes I got this pop of brown to really change up the outfit and this is like a classic Saint Laurent look this outfit is really

great for the night time just hanging out my friend we were just chillingaround the Jordan area walking through the night market Next up it's the light blue suit on this day in Hong Kong we were exploring the central side of Hong Kong this side of the city is

all business a lot of commercial buildings, offices and so I wanted to dress it up a little bit I wanted to wear a suit Hong Kong is really hot there in the spring and summertime and so I wanted to go with a lighter suit jacket as you can

see this is perfect for the spring and summer season A lighter grey, almost has a hint of blue in it this is perfect for that season lighten things up at the same time stay sharp For the look I want to keep it simple and sharp so I went

with a nice white dress shirt and then for the tie I'm wearing a Thom Browne tie and then pairing with these Thom Browne dress shoes now the Thom Browne shoes is the main point of the outfit this is the bold piece in this outfit keeping the whole outfit

nice and simple and sharp the shoes really stand outin this outfit By the way fun fact I was actually born and raised in Hong Kong until I was ten years old and then that's when my family and I moved to New York City Next up the Camo shirt

jacket I noticed that in spring trends this year Camo was making a huge comeback but I think camo is actually a really nice essential to have in any guy's closet I love that this is a nice strong and bold pattern that we can wear casually so I think

you should always be able to wear camo all year round If you didn't know, Hong Kong is a pretty hot city and so when it comes to spring it's already like 75/80 degrees things like this is perfect for that and to lighten things up for spring I love

to gowith brown matching the brown in the shirt jacket here so go with this lighter suede brown in the Saint Laurent boot For the jeans I went with these light blue ripped jeans from John Elliott I love the camo pattern for travel because it's such a strong pattern

and you can really mix and match with a lot of things in your closet and also in a crazy city like Hong Kong you know it's kind of like the concrete jungle so just kind of having fun with that and wearinga patterned shirt like this to go with

the backdrop next we have a striped shirt outfit Hong Kong can get very hot and humid and so there are days where you really just can't wear a jacket that's when a dress shirt like this can come in really handy This shirt you can wear as like a

light layer a light jacket per se just pairing this striped shirt with a gray shirt underneath and some white jeans it's a nice casual hot day outfit next up I have a Thom Browne scarf as you can see we're getting hotter and hotter in this spring style video

Hong Kong can get really hot in the spring and summer season and so when it's way too hot I would evenjust style an outfit with a scarf this is a 100% cotton scarf and this kind of gives you a little accessory to style your outfit as you can

see in thisoutfit I'm just wearing all black black t-shirt, black jeans and I'm just pairing the scarf with my Thom Browne dress shoes this simple pairing can be a really nice way to dress up a simple outfit I'm just wearing all black it's a very New York City

city look and so this is a cool way to kind of add some style to a plain outfit let me know which one of these outfits is your favorite subscribe if you haven't already thank you guys for watching!

Hailey Bieber chose Virgil Abloh to design gown due to 'street style' – News Live

She is known for making every sidewalk her catwalk with her on-trend street style  And Hailey Bieber wanted to reflect that aesthetic on the biggest day of her life The 22-year-old model's final wedding dress fitting for her nuptials to Justin Bieber were documented in a Vogue video released on Friday Scroll down for video  It was there where Hailey revealed her reasoning for choosing Off-White founder and current artistic director of men's wear at Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh, as she wanted the gown to reflect her 'street style' Hailey and Justin – who originally wed in a secret ceremony in September 2018 – exchanged vows in front of 154 guests at the Montage Palmetto Bluff resort in South Carolina on September 30   Share this article Share Hailey looked stunning in the mermaid-style dress as she said that she has always had the 39-year-old fashion designer in mind for her special day due to their longtime friendship despite lack of experience in designing wedding dresses She said: 'From day one, I said I want Virgil to do my dress.

I didn't want somebody who was a wedding dress designer 'I just feel like my style and street style is a part of who I am and Virgil has always been in my corner from the beginning and I just feel like it's cool to see such an intricate gown from him 'Perhaps the most talked about part of her wedding day look was the long veil, which looked to be about 12-foot, which featured Abloh's signature branding of quotation marks and signature branding which read “TILL DEATH DO US PART” at the end of the dramatically long chiffon headpiece  Hailey described that detail as the 'icing on the cake.

'  One detail that has not been seen by the public, however, was the Off-White branding in the beaded parts of the dress including the abstract arrows logo and “WEDDING DRESS” seamed into it The four-and-a-half minute long video includes the moment Hailey is unveiled wearing the dress for the very first time at The Montage Hotel in Los Angeles She then struts across the room and playfully says 'at least I can walk' before looking  at herself in the mirror and flashing a big smile across her face The video begins with shots of the process behind the creation of the garment at Abloh's Off-White headquarters in Milan, Italy A voiceover featuring the Chicago native could be heard explaining his vision behind the design of the dress as well as detailing his relationship with the power couple Abloh said: 'For her, I wanted something fun and youthful, but still traditional.

What I think is most important for her on this day is showcasing the woman that she is 'I wanted to make something that made [Justin] look in Hailey's eyes and see that she's the most beautiful woman for him 'Sabrina Mandelli, who is a designer for the label, said that the process began at their atelier and took over a year as they had three different fittings She also revealed that it took ten people for the veil alone and another ten for the dress as she explained: 'All the upper part is this classical embroidery with flowers but you will also see some of our typical Off-White symbols like the arrow 'So to make something that is really classical with some symbols that are actually from the street so that's why this is Off-White 'Earlier this month Hailey finally unveiled the wedding gown with a series of Instagram posts  The Vogue model thanked her dress designer, Abloh, for the creation, writing: 'Thank you for making my vision come to life and creating my dream dress You and your Off White team are incredible and I'm forever grateful I got to wear your beautiful creation ' Chicago-based designer Abloh – who is now the artistic director of men's wear at Louis Vuitton – has become a celebrity favorite with his label Off-White  The label's distinctive branding features liberal use of quotation marks and large capital letters, used as a way of conveying detachment from society and social norms  The long sleeved ceremony gown featured a 6ft train and was one of three distinctly different dresses she chose for her star-studded wedding day Along with her embellished lace dress, she chose a plunging curve-hugging silky number that could pass for a negligee The frock strongly resembled the satin wonder that fashion publicist Carolyn Bessette wore when she wed John F Kennedy Jr in 1996 Who is Virgil Abloh? All about the designer who created Hailey Bieber's 'dream' dressSocial media was buzzing on in early October as Hailey Bieber finally shared photos of her wedding dress to Justin Bieber in South Carolina last week And the man behind the gown is actually a celebrity favorite with a longtime relationship with Kanye West Virgil Abloh collaborated with the 22-year-old model on the ornate, pearl encrusted lace fishtail gown   She captioned one of the many Instagram posts:  '@virgilabloh thank you for making my vision come to life and creating my dream dress You and your @off____white team are incredible and I’m forever grateful I got to wear your beautiful creation 'Abloh has become a celebrity favorite with his label Off-White whose branding is very apparent with the use of quotation marks and large capital letters as a weay of convying detachment from society and social norms Hailey's long veil featured that signature branding at the very end of the train as it read: '”TILL DEATH DO US PART “'  The 39-year-old Chicago-based designer is now the artistic director of men's wear at Louis Vuitton  Abloh has had a longtime friendship with Kanye West as they both interned at Fendi in the same class back in 2009 as they began a collaborative relationship Soon thereafter, the 42-year-old rapper appointed Abloh as the creative director of his creative agency, DONDA He then served as artistic director of the 2011 Kanye and Jay-Z collaborative album Watch The Throne in 2011 Abloh went on to launch his first company called Pyrex Vision in 2012 but quickly shut it down as he did not want it to be a commercial enterprise In 2013, Virgil founded his first fashion house with high-end streetwear brand Off-White which is based out of Milan, Italy  He has described the brand as 'the gray area between black and white as the color off-white' as it has signature branding elements including the use of quotation marks, capital letters, zip-ties, and barricade tape It has become the brand of choice for A-list celebrities including Beyonce, Serena Williams, ASAP Rocky, Odell Beckham Jr, and of course the Biebers Off-White also had the sneaker world buzzing with its several collaborations with Nike which began in 2017 with “THE TEN” and will be releasing a collection with Swedish furniture giant Ikea called “MARKERAD” next month On March 2018, Abloh was named artistic director of Louis Vuitton's ready wear line which made him the first person of African descent to lead the brand's menswear line He is also one of the few black designers at the helm of a French fashion house.


6 Easy Outfits For Guys | Tokyo Street Style Spring 2019 | Levitate Style

Hey what's up guys! Welcome back to my channel My name is Leo Chan of Levitate Style In this video I'm gonna show you some spring outfits from my trip to Tokyo, Japan Tokyo is definitely one of my favorite places in the worldto travel to always have a really

good time and I really love their street style there so I'm gonna show you really quick four different outfits that will work in Tokyo for your spring style First outfit is with this suede color fieldjacket I really love this color to match the castles and the colors of

Tokyo I wore this outfit to the Imperial Palace and this area is all about the castle and I think the colors work perfectly with this jacket Tokyo weather is actually really similar to New York so when it comes to spring (April, May) it could get chilly so on

this day it was actually pretty cold I decided to layerup so that's tip number 1 you got to layer up I have like a shirt jacket and then on top of that I put on this suede jacket and then for the rest of the outfit I kept it

pretty simple just blue jeans and of course some black Chelsea boots that you can wear the whole trip so when I was planning this outfit I was really thinking about matching my environment at this place you got thesetting, the bridge and the castles, those colors really match with

the suede color and the black boots so that's what makes this outfit workreally well matching my outfit to my backdrop, to my environment next I have this leather jacket look in Shibuya In case you didn't know, Tokyo is hugeon streetwear they love street style so for this look

I wanted to go with this monochromatic going all black and grey but at the same time mixing in things like my favorite leather jacket with Off-White and Yeezys Tokyo, much like New York City, is such a busy city so I wanted to go with this all-black kind of

street style look once again it's during the spring time so the most important tip is to layer up I decided to go with this Off-White, kind of like a shirt, jacket this is great – I can wear this kind of like a jacket but I can also layer

it under my leather jacket and then throughout the day if it gets too warm I'll just take it off and it's a whole other outfit and to finish off this street style look I wanted to go with something more hypebeast and so Idecided to go with these Yeezy's

350 I'll let my background and my photos dothe talking so different parts of Tokyo is really colorful with all the street signs Shibuya really busy and then Shinjuku, a lot of fun Stopped by this mall that had really cool mirror display on the inside so when you're planning

your outfit think about the places you're gonna go and then if your outfit is gonna be too loud If it's going to compliment If you guys are liking this video so far please make sure to hit the subscribe button that'll help me out a lot I'm justtrying to

grow this channel next up we have this pattern bomber jacket The design on this jacket is perfect for Tokyo so I had to bring this with me and of course this is perfect for the day that we're visiting Sensoji temple now this day I actually really wanted to

match everything the temple has to offer so I was thinking everything red so pieces that have red details on them tomatch my surrounding I like that this jacket is a very lightweight it's perfectfor the spring season perfect for spring style it's also really light so that it's easy

to pack in your suitcase and it won't be too heavy and then for the bottom I matched it with these black and red stripes and then for the shoes I wanted to pack a pair of shoes that I can wear the whole trip, really comfortable these leather sneakers

from Gucci of course for a trip you definitely need whitesneakers and so I wanted to go with these Gucci sneakers because it has thered details to match with all my pieces on this trip Again with the layering I wentwith this red striped sweater the color details matches perfectly

with my outfit same time this sweater is bold enough to be on his own for this outfit overall it's a dressyoutfit but I wanted to dress it down have it more casual having a little morefun with a striped shirt pairing the patterns so different stripes on thisshirt with

the pinstripe on my dress pants and then I have a light Uniqlo turtleneck as my undershirt like dressy but dressed down I was wearing this outfit just kindof touring around the hotel in Tokyo it's just so cool to take in the views andfeel like I'm lost in new

city Last but not least, a souvenir jacket The souvenir jacket was really trendy about two years ago I actually wanted to wait for thetrend to die down so that can get one of my own souvenir jackets are soldbasically everyone around Tokyo but there are a lot that are

the same so I wanted tolook for something that's a little bit different a little more intricate for me, the most important part is the back of course I really love the back design ofthis jacket you got the dragon and the tiger and this actually symbolizes thebalance of power

I wanted something that was black and white that I can wear over and over again not something too crazy that I can only wearonce I think of this souvenir jacket as my souvenir from the trip becauseone I wanted one for a while but it was too trendy literally

too trendy that everybrand everybody was making one so getting one from Japan was definitelymore special to me I wanted to wear this jacket to visit the Shinjuku Gardenit's a beautiful beautiful park we were there in the early spring and so it was justsome cherry blossoms happening and this

jacket really fits in with the vibes andthe style of Tokyo If you guys want to know more ways to wear the leather jacket I did a 2-minute style tip video on the leather jacket how to wear it from work to weekend All in all when it comes to

travelstyle I really like to do research beforehand on the places I'm going tosee what kind of architecture what kind of colors what's to buy and then plan myoutfits around that For me Tokyo is a lot of fun becausethere's street style there is city but there's also castles and

temples a lot ofdifferent colors and different things happening in this amazing city I would love to know which one of these outfits is your favorite thank you guys forwatching


Vivienne Westwood show just ended, heading over to Elie Saab.

Thought I'd tell you some details of these shows.

Especially in Paris, they keep these shows in secret, so if you sign up as Press, you get the details in email, because they are scared of the terror attacks, so the informations and details of these shows are not as easy acces as the ones in Milan.

There it’s available for everyone.

We usually get to the loctaion 20-30 mins before the show, that’s when people start to show up, so we can take some pictures, get some rest while the show is being held, and when it’s over and models and celebrities are coming out, we get the chance to take some more photos, and here we are, so let’s get started.

Transportation and driving is pretty difficult during FW, traffic jams everywhere, you see mainly Mercedes cars, because they are the main sponsors.

And this is the ’fight time’ when we all try to take the best pictures, keeping our heads up, being careful not to walk into others’ pictures.

Models are pretty difficult to catch for a photo, because they are in a rush to the next show, they have no time to pose, so we are happy if they are stop for a second so I’m switching back to my 75mm lensg and take some shots.

I love the spontaneous pictures and to use objects, like a motorbike’s mirror between the camera and the model, so there is this little trick, like the following ones.



Lights are good, so I’ll show some pictures of Paris.

It’s 2 am, I’m editing the pictures, but feeling super sleepy, so I might head to bed, but as the days go by, I always drop behind, because it’s about 1800-2000 pictures/day.

I always take single shots, some does multiple, that’s even more.



Can barely talk, so I’ll take a shower then off to bed.

These are the chosen pictures for now, this old man has his style.

Off for today.

Usually I just follow the GPS instead of using my head so just follow the rest of the photographers.

Oh here is a nice Porsche! Usually just following them instead I know where I am goin'.

Got scared for a sec, because when I showed my bag to the security guy, my lens didn’t seem that many, but then went through them.

That is one of the cool thing of the MILC system But I can fit 3 lens, a charger, water and an apple into this bag, so it’s comfy.

I’ll look around here at Champs-Élysées.



Got to the Opera, it’s Stella McCartney show time, running late again, started to rain so I had to change, then it stopped.



Now we’re waiting outside, because it’s show time.

We walk a lot many times, because taking the metro would be as fast as walking Getting here took me 18 mins by walk this time, would have been 10 by metro so whatevs.

You have to flexible with your lens, I really love my 75mm and used it for most of the time, there was one part, where everything was too close, so I had to use my 45 one, my fave, I always use it for gastro, food pictures, street style, everything.

I like the 75mm because the bokeh and it is better for portraits.

As I see, the show just finished, so lemme switch my lens quick and take some pictures.

Don’t know what’s going on today, checked the lens and everything, but my photos are so blurry never had any issue.

I got sharp images 95% of the time.

Maybe today is just not the right day for it.



Most photographers went to the fron but I stayed here.

The frame is better and it’s not too sunny.

so I might end up with better pictures, but no one is here.



While everybody is taking pictures, but @garconjon just walks around, he shoots differently.



Today just ended, haven’t taken that many videos today, rather photos and been fighting with the rainy, windy weather.

The fact that many photographers doesn’t respect the street is so upsetting, they come as amateurs and don’t give a crap if you’ve been waiting there already, they walk into your photos, etc, so ends up no so well.

So whoever decides to do Street styling, learn how to take pictures first, check other people’s work, and head to the street after doing some research or just stay in the back and be respectful.

The ones that have been in this industry for a while now, they’ve been saying that it changed a lot lately, back then there were only photographers on the streets, like @garconjon and others now everybody is out there who has a camera, many paparazzis, only for celebirty pictures and they are soo pushy to take a picture with e.


Lewis Hamilton or Naomi Campbell.

And that one picture is their main thing, nothing else matters to them.

It should be work different then that.

And that one picture is their main thing, nothing else matters to them.

It should be work different then that.

As you see, street style is not so easy, nor physically, nor technically, mainly physically, because you’re on your feet all day, got wet, cold, then hot throughout the day, but you’ll end up with some good photos, good friends, so it’s all good, but tough sometimes.

Today is the last day, the 5th, which is weird, feels like I’ve got here yesterday.

Wanted to catch the Chanel show today, was at 10 am, but when I checked in the hotel last midnight, I realised my flight is around 1 pm, so have to be at the airport by noon, Hope this video was useful and I could inspire you guys a bit, was a bit chaotic, because it’s pretty difficult to take pictures and videos at the same time, but I hope I’m getting better at it, and if you have any questions, message me, follow me and subscribe and come to Paris, because it’s beautiful.

And they’re cooling their foods and drinks over there ont he ’balcony’.


Reacting To Pitti Uomo Street Style | Pitti Uomo 95

What's up, guys? I'm Brian Sacawa, you'rewatching He Spoke Style.

Back today with another street style reaction video.

Thistime we are taking a look at some shots from the most recent Pitti Uomo.

[MUSIC] Well, judging by the comments on theLondon street style reaction video I did last week, I think you guys aredefinitely going to be more into the looks that we're going to see today fromFlorence.

Pitti, of course, is a humongous menswear tradeshow that is attended bybrands, designers, buyers, editors, and not just a place where a bunch of reallystylish dudes stand around smoking cigarettes and those little Italiancigars, looking to get their photo taken.

You know, there definitely is some ofthat.

People just want to be seen and have their picture taken and end up inone of these, you know, street style roundups.

As I'm sure you know, they are knownas the Pitti peacocks.

They have no reason to be there.

And they are lame.

There isactually a very funny mockumentary about this phenomenon that I'll link to downbelow in the description.

But seriously though, on this topic, I just wantto say, that if you are going to one of these events, whether it's Pitti orFashion Week, for the sole purpose of standing around to get your photo taken, you need to take a huge step back and reconsider what it is exactly that youare doing with your life.

I mean, seriously!Okay, rant complete! Let's get into looking at the street style front Pitti.

I'mactually going to be using two roundups today.

The first is from British GQ andthe second one is, again, from Vogue online.

I thought it would be interestingto have both perspectives, since one publication is more menswear-specificand the other is more on the fashion side.

So here we go! Alright, let's see.

Robert Spangle.

Thousand Yard Style.

Great photographer.

Definitely recommendchecking out his Instagram.

So, looking forward to seeing these photos.

This iskind of, like, a strange photo to start off with, I think.

But, anyway.

Let's getinto this.

Okay, we are off to the races here.

So, I likethe pleat on the trousers.

And, obviously, the the classic color palette.

You cansee that this is a, it's got a coat underneath, and it's kind of this blanketshawl thing.

Not really for me but, you know.

Let's see if we can zoom in here.

Alright, moving on.

I mean, that's a great flannel suit.

And I can't, oh, we can zoom in.

So, let's checkout his shirt, here.

I can't tell if that's a, mmmm, no, it might be a tab collar, which is nice.

That's cool.

But let's go down to the watch.

Oh, you see what thatis, that is the IWC Ingenieur, the Genta version.

So that that's pretty awesome.

Very nice detail.

That's a watch you don't see very often.

Going on.

Super Ko.

This is a good example of dressing your body type.

It's definitelymore on the, kind of, progressive side.

His is, like, a nice not what you wouldmaybe consider classic, but still, it's a great look.

And the interesting use ofthe beret there.

Okay, here we go.

Some white jeans here.

And military-inspired jacket.

Some good layering.

Nice Persol 749s there.

I don't knowhow cold it is there.

I mean, based on some of the other looks we've seen sofar, I'm assuming it's kind of chilly.

So, tome, this is, like, you know, you would be a little cold without a scarf or a tie ofsome sort.

But, hey, I like the the color of the frames of the Persols.


A nice little contrast to the rest of the look.

Alright, nextone.

Very cool look.

So, let's just talk about how this coat is belted.

I think ifyou've ever tried to belt a coat like this and have this knot like hehas here, it's very difficult to do.

To have it look so perfect like that.

Butperfectly like, like, he didn't care about it.

But he obviously did spend a lot oftime doing that.

It's done very well.

It's a lot, a very loose silhouette.

It's notnot really my style, but I like the coat.

I think the overall look is really, really cool.

Here's a very classic look.

Let's zoom in and check out the coathere.

Yeah, the herringbone.

I love that.

The lapels are super, super nice.

I likethat.

Love the little pop of his glasses there.

And it looks like he is wearing a, I was gonna say, chalk stripe, which it looked like from a distance.

When you getin closer you can see that it's not exactly a chalk stripe.

One littleinteresting thing that I notice here that I'd like to point out, is that he'swearing a scarf, but the scarf is tucked inside the suit jacket, which i think is, it's brilliant.

If you've ever worn a scarf like that, and, and under a coat, butnot tucked in, you know, like, it'll fly all over the place.

And it can be kind ofannoying.

So, I think, this is like a really nice practical solution todealing with that problem.

And it's very stylish.

Nice look.

Nice color combo.

Very tonal.

The belt.

Belt is cool.

It's very, very, um, kind of comfortable andcasual, which is nice.

Looks like he's standing by the place to get his photo taken.





Again, we're seeing whitepants here.

I'm going to say it, right now, thatwhen we look back at this we're going to say that white trousers, or white jeans, or any kind of white pants, are a trend that, we'll say, came out of this Pitti.

Moving on.

I love a great brown suit.

What's going on here is pretty nice.

Have some pretty simple pattern mixing in the shirt, with the shirt andthe tie.

The shirt is a very, let's zoom in so we can see.

Yep, it's kind of acheck.

And then the tie has a very bold stripe.

If you've seen the pattern mixingvideo that we did, this is a very good example of that.

We have two patterns.


One bold.

And the tie becomes the focal point of the outfit.

I just want tocheck out the suit here.

Okay, I thought there might have been some kind of, like, looks, it's hard to tell from the photo, but I think it's a herringbone.

But let'stalk about this coat, also, which is looks like a really wide wale corduroy coat ina really deep green, which is beautiful.

I want it! Because it pairs very, very nicelywith the brown.

Well done.

Another really really nice coat with the belt.

There's acool complementary couple there.

One thing I see that's neat is the thewallet she's carrying is pulled in with the color of her sock.

And that's abeautiful belted suede safari jacket, I'm gonna call it.

Yeah, very nice.

And twovery nice light-colored turtlenecks.

Dig it.

White trousers again.

I think, again, thisis sort of more on the fashion-forward side of what you would see.

I'm notsure, not sure who this person is, but, so can I just point this out here? So, I havethis joke that I call this “menswear thumb”It's, like, models kind of do this, which leads me to believe that maybe.



Oh, what'shis name?! I can't remember his name.

But, yes.

He does sort of that kind ofthing.

So, he's an Italian “influencer, ” so that's whyhe's doing “menswear thumb.

” I was going to make that a meme, or was going to try to.

Noone would care! Anyway, moving on.

Very sharp suit right there.

I want tocheck out the collar because either it's a really well-done collar, or it's a tab collar.

Let's see if wecan tell.

Oh, no, it's a button-down collar.


It's nice how it breaks aroundthe tie there.

Alright, next look.

There's Angel looking good! Very monochromatic there.

Nice tie pop ofcolor there.

Alright, next look.

Alright, Let's start with the gentleman on theright.

He's wearing white pants.

So we have a very nicetonal outfit here.

I like how he pulls in the browns in the sock, and thenhe's got white pants on, but then, if you look, like, so what I'm noticing here isthat I was expecting it to have a cuff, and there is no cuff here.

It looks morelike the bottom is, yes, the bottom is sort of like torn or unfinished, which isreally interesting.

Alright, I mean, this is just just a really nice, nice lookthere.

That coat really isn't for me, but the suit is very nice.

Kind of a statement-making tie here.

It's a little baggy, for me.

But it looks good on him.

That's an interesting coat and kind of like a neatbackpack there? Alright, moving on.

That's definitely a statement.

So, let'sjust say that I do sort of a dig the, I can't tell if that's part of a coat orsweater of if it was a scarf that he's wearing there? I guess it's maybelike, it's a really big turtleneck? But, like, look at the detail there on thecoat.

That's interesting.


And his glasses are very, very nice.

Ilike those.

Alright, next.

White pants.

Let's say that.

Okay, yeah.

We're justgoing to move on from that.

There's David! David always looks good.

And we're going to zoom in.

That's a beautiful herringbone on thecoat there.


I'm going to, I'll place a bet that, that isa Drake's tie and a Drake scarf.

Possibly a Drake's shirt as well?David has great style.

Very classic and very relaxed.

There's an easeabout what he does that I always really like.

There is Mr.

Jonathan Edwards!Jonathan runs Milan Style.

You should check him out on Instagram.

Jonathan is avery, very tall and lean guy.

He's very, very elegant.

Very beautiful personality.

He's such a nice guy.

He, I'm going to say, he works a lot with Dominic from EdwardSexton.

This is a very simple, classic look.

And, I mean, look at the photo isperfect! He's got the greys and anyway, anyway.

Moving on to the pants.

These are cut perfectly.

I love this slight break thathe has.

And these look, to me, to be the “Hollywood Top” trousers that EdwardSexton makes.

I could be wrong, though, so I'll have to find that out.

I'll have to DMhim or something.

But, yeah.

Beautiful look.

I like the coat here, but I thinkthe scarf, like, kind of ruins it for me.

It's like candy.


There's Mr.

MattHranek looking good.

He's got a cigar.

I'm going to say that it's either a PartagasSeries D No.

4 or No.


I'll see if we can tell if we zoom in.

Definitelya Partagas.

You can see the red band there.

But I can't really tell size-wise.

It looks like the smaller one so, anyway.

Oh! One other detail to point out withMatt here.

He's got the turtleneck on.

But then we have the shirt coming up.

He's always got, like, some interesting details like that, whether it's, like, anascot sort of inside a button-up, but not worn like an ascot.

Sort of, like, lining the inside of the shirt.

It's always really cool.

So nice detail.

We'rejust going to pretend we didn't see that one.

And really nice corduroy.

This is, these are cool.

These are very cool.

I like the belts.

AndI think that brings us to the end of the GQ one.

Okay, so now let's move on toVogue.

No, thank you.

Alright, here we go.

Well, I didn't expect to see NickWooster as, like, the first photo of a Pitti slideshow roundup.

He's wearingwhite pants so there's that.


I mean, you can't really say much about NickWooster.

He's sort of, like, does his thing and he's the man, and he's, like, arecognized style icon, but this is kind of out there, for me.

With the Vans, kindof, checkered pattern.

Anyway, anyway.

Let's just go on.

Alright, this is Filippo, I believe.

Another Italian “influencer” He's always veryelegant.

I think he's more, like, a model now? So, but, oh, let's point out theturtleneck underneath the button-up shirt, which is nice, which we thoughtmight be a trend based on the London video from last week.


Luca Rubinacci!a very colorful personality and the style to match.

Very nice guy.

Whether youcan pull off bold colors like that, or not, you have to respect this man.

He doesit well and he does it with such ease and grace.

So, well done.

I like the raglansleeve here.

I think we're starting to see, remember I said in the beginningthat we're going to see a little bit of a difference between how British GQcovered the event versus Vogue? And I feel like it might be sort of pivotingat this moment.

But, we shall see.

Yeah, I think I was right.

So, we're just going tokeep moving on here.

This is good.

This is good.


I mean, this is like this guy'sthing.

Very baggy and relaxed and oversized.

And I think he's beendoing that for quite a while, so it works for him.

And to each his own.

So I kind of want to just move on but before, before I do, Iwant to point something out here that that, like, kind of tips me off that thisguy, perhaps, doesn't belong here.

So, he's wearing a solaro suit.

And it'sJanuary.

Solaro is typically a summer fabric, so it's odd, to me, that he'swearing a solaro suit.

I would think of seeing more, like, flannels butanyway.

Not working for me.

Okay, no.

That is the place where people get theirphoto taken all the time.

I mean, it's really not much to see here.

This is kindof interesting.

Like, a grungy approach.

Again, it's not, like, what you would thinkof as regular Pitti style, but I like the layering.

That's interesting.

Tt's a goodlook.

That's a good accessory! It's a beautiful dog.

Look at that dog! Yeah, I'm sorry, guys.

I don't want to, like, waste your time here.

We're about halfway through.

More than halfway through.

So, I'mgoing to say that, like, this guy doesn't belong here.

He's just going to get his photo taken.

Because, like, I don't know.

He's wearingthe button-down its unbuttoned, and there was, like, another one that was unbuttonedbefore, but that looked right.

This looks wrong.

It's, this looks like a little try-too-hard for me.

There's, there's the difference between, like, being kind ofperfectly imperfect, and then like trying to do that perfectly imperfect thingbut, like, not really pulling it off.

And I feel like this is kind of a good exampleof that.

Beautiful raglan sleeve coat here.

Not really feeling the twine holdingit, but the coat is beautiful.

Love a raglan sleeve.

I mean, those guys lookcool, you know? It's very nice.

It's like a waxed suede of some sort? And abeautiful hat.

Okay, we don't have much farther to go, thankfully.

So, this is interesting because one thing you rarely see arelabels at Pitti.

And either this is either, like, a statement thing or this guy justkind of wandered through.

And, anyway.

Another label.

Another label.


Okay, and that wraps it up.

So, as predicted, there was a very bigdifference from the way British GQ covered it as opposed to the way it wascovered by Vogue.

British GQ definitely more dapper, more menswear focus.

Vogue, alittle more of a fashion skew to the photos that were taken.

You know, eventhough I kind of breezed through that on purpose, I didn't really want to wasteyour guys' time, as I know that the dapper looks would be more your speed, as theyare my speed, as well.

But, you know, part of the conversation I want to createwith these, with these reaction videos to the street style, is that, you know, evenif it's something that you are not personally into, like, I would like, tokind of create a climate where we could look at that stuff and even if it's notour thing, find a way to to take something away from it rather than be, like, that's bad and this is good, you know? There has to be in-between.

Soeveryone expresses their, expresses themselves in how they dress.

Some people, just everyone has a different way to do it.

And ifit's not like yours or mine, that's fine.

We should just try to respect that andlet them do that.

So, anyway, let me know what you thought of this format.

Let meknow if any of those looks were cool to you.

Leave those in the comments.

Thumbsup if you like this video.

Hit that subscribe button.

And until next time, thanks for watching and stay tailored.


What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like | Style Out There | Refinery29

hold on a second what they do care about the surfeited up in there sigh so uh so technically it's even you know what at the kawaii Tokyo Japan this is a land known for order and discipline but for every social custom and rule there are those who seek

to break them I'm here to find a core ago more than ten years after this iconic fashion subculture began a new generation is pushing the limits even further this is a culture where there are school uniforms here there are uniforms work three months uniforms for everything cat is

a German Decorah living and teaching English in Tokyo how does this allow you to really express who you are the core of fashion is fun fashion it's very against this with the mainstream of things it's not in a magazine it's not elegant it's very much boom in your

face you can't scare people a little bit some people just go oh that might be weird person there while decorum might be a direct rebellion against Japan strict uniform culture these girls aren't outcasts or learners in fact some of them are celebrities all with over half a million

followers on social media Kuribayashi is one of the most famous Decorah girls in the world right now and union is one of the red Decorah boys with an equally fanatic following I meet them at their favorite cafe a self styling salon in the neighborhood of Harajuku why do

people feel that they have to come here to get ready they can't do it at home optimist a to cut off so you sit up a bit how much difficult started how long have you both been dressing Decorah about six or seven years so this is your favorite

Decorah store fun as it may be I have to wonder could they be using the colorful barrettes and accessories to hide behind you see this as being like a mask like you were playing a character terrifying meditative of our meal proposal but for most of the month they're

super salsify English like that koala – nincada alcala by Eric O'Keefe readers or euro Kogarah saw none they are not team ecology Kuribayashi and union seemed to embody this style completely but what did Decorah look like when it first began June right that's their motto be a scary

day to put that today so she okie is the founder of fruits magazine the most respected publication in Japanese street fashion Oh God for doing a fashion studio today he has been documenting Japanese street style for more than 20 years kokoro merited a piranha fashion God even sampling

hawkers did she kind of get coded for more there means more packed under the decor girls that I've seen have really pushed the amount of accessories they wear to the limit the Veronica pastula no they're called okay cannot take this amount or not we're having a sort of

a fashion cut cameras that do contain a concern Japanese culture values the group over the individual it's the way social order is maintained decorum may be breaking the mold but maybe it's still within the framework of what is accepted I'm hoping to get some perspective from a Decorah

girl who lives outside the city to go jungle boy out there Imani so I've written about them this is a 23 year old Kenai a lives in the suburbs of Tokyo with her husband baby and extended family tonight we're going to meet her friends in Harajuku and she

wants to show me how a decor alert comes together we call it um there yes so how long does it normally take you to get ready your car has a marathon music on horizon two hours whoo how do you decide the arrangement of all the hair clips Somali

knock even though don't want to get it there – yeah let's get it nothing nothing good there well pop amended spit with it a slow introduction into the coral or you just one morning decided I like this style and you did the whole thing in the heart isn't

it more he so Connie you know it all color and I will note anaconda it Kenny popped it start the convalescent the look is complete more to this what do you think of can I dressed in Decorah as we leave the gray suburbs behind I see can i

as the meaner begin to change Sakura isn't an elaborate costume or even something to hide behind it's just an outer expression of something inside that's just waiting to get out display a very pivotal Ottawa given them almost a body no committed almost the most regatta mascota is therefore

important that they could have you talking about I think it's the freedom of expression you don't have to look every day the same you wear the things you love the way you want to wear them this is not a label it's not someone else's thing as my thing

I was going faster moving in the world but I was high up gotta go for it is okay to do at any angle its non-core you know I'm not the same but in a movie the core truly is a fearless fashion a celebration of who you are it's

a reminder to let go of the rules and just wear what makes you feel good have fun with fashion

DIY Bucket Hat (Street Style Look) | Q2HAN

so hot what's up cutie and welcome to our channel and on our street style book video that we upload a few weeks ago a lot of your tooties are asking where we got the paint bucket hat that too long which way yep and that's actually one of our DIY and we do have the DIY tutorials on our channel but this time you want to recreate by applying actual image of our choice onto the fabric so in the spirit of graphics toxins Creator to creator initiative we decided to create this bucket hat using our graphic design subscription and what graphics is it's a website where you can download a limited amount of images starting from photos graphics templates and time from so much more without having to worry about copyright yep so there's a link at the description box for a 7 days free trial so make sure you check it out for this part you only need about one yard of cotton fabric of your choice and and iron-on 200 papers if this video is head over to the graphic style website and at the top left corner type anything you want to look for and for this project we'll be looking for a smiley face icon could the one you like and preferably download them in either PNG or jpg then go ahead and open the image on Photoshop and resize them to your liking you will also need black and white star pattern for this projects to go ahead and search using the graphic stock search box and open the image on Photoshop and resize to your liking once you're finished print the images on a are on transfer paper first we need to find the radius of the crown circle and to do so first measure the circumference of your head and divide that by 3.

14 and then divide the answer by to draw a circular shape round pattern using the radius measurement that you've just found then draw half an inch seam allowances all around and cut one each for both made and lining fabrics next measure the same line circumference of the crown pattern and divide that by 4 let's call the answer a star using the storm measurement we just found we're going to create side panel pattern by drawing a rectangle with width that is equivalent to star measurement and height that is equivalent to 4 inch then we're going to use flash and spread method to widen the side panel to do so first draw a random three lines of vertically on the pattern and then cut the lines from the bottom to the top motion and make sure to keep the tip still attached together aka do not cut all the way through second spread the pieces so that they are approximately six and a half inch wide at the bottom width the key here is that the wider you spread the Hat will turn out sloppier so really how much you want to spread depends on your preference third tip it on top off a clean sheets of paper connect the hem and add half inch seam allowances accordingly and cut to unfold each for both main and lining fabric next we're going to create brim pattern and to do so first measure the bottom width of the side panel and let's call the measurement a star now we're going to draw a rectangle with the wrist that is equivalent to storing measurement that we just measured and height that is equivalent to three inch once again we're going to use flash and spread method to widen the brim to do so first draw a random three lines vertically on the brim pattern and then cut the lines from the bottom to the top motion and make sure to get the top tips still attached together second spread the pieces apart so they are approximately nine inch wide and again the wider you spread the more floppy the Hat will turn out so it really depends on your preference third tape it on top of a clean sheets of paper connect to him and add halfway in seam allowances all around and cut four for both main and lining fabric now remove the print from the transfer paper and place it top of the brim pattern then place a Cartman paper on top of the print and press the three layers with an iron for one to two minutes until the print is firmly attached to the pattern once you're done for the pattern so that the wrong side is facing up and cut off the excess print using the pattern outline as a guideline repeat the exact same steps for the rest of the three brim patterns and connect all four patterns together at the site seen using half an inch seam allowance repeating the exact same steps attach the smiley face image at the center of one of the side panel and once you're finished place a rest of the other side panel on top and sew both sides together in half an inch next attach to bring to the side panel in half inch seam allowance and then attach the side panel to the crown of the hat in half inch seam allowance then you should end up with something that looks like this repeat all the steps that we've done so far to create lining of the hat then turn the wrong side of the lining out and shovin the main hat inside the lining and so to bottom width of the brims together in half an inch but make sure to leave about 3 inch space unsewn because through that hole we're going to turn the correct out of a hat out lastly stitch all around the width of the brim close to the edge and then you're finished [Music] [Music] so hope you guys enjoyed this quick and easy DIY and you guys also are Thais yourself make sure take advantage of our 70 free trial link at the description box below and make sure to share your work with us by hashtagging creator to creator and again hope you guys enjoy this tutorial and you'll see like tomorrow [Music].

Wall Street Style – Can You Really Dress Like Gordon Gekko? – Men's Style Question & Answer

Wall Street Style: Can You Really Dress LikeGordon Gekko – Men's Style Question & Answer Hi! I'm Antonio Centeno, the founder of Real MenReal Style.

Today I'm going to be answering the question, “Antonio, what do you think of Gordon Gekko's style from the movie Wall Street?” This was a question posed to me by a viewer, and so I'm going to be taking a few minutes today and I'm going to give you my opinion.

Now, before I get started, did you know thatall those costumes and everything developed on the set, actually Alan Flusser did that? If you're not familiar with Alan Flusser, he's one of the best writers ever on Men's Wear, published a lot of great books.

I've never had the chance to go to his costumeshop in, I believe, New York City but I would think that my premium sponsor, Kirby Allison'sHanger Project, that's a great job of innocence bringing something like that to the web.

Now, Kirby, he's down in Dallas, Texas andI brought him on as a premium sponsor because I was really impressed with his offer.

This guy has gone to Italy, he's gone to Franceand he has sought out the best neckties, the best socks.

He also happens to make some of the finesthangers that you can put your clothing on because Kirby is all about the best.

So I invite you to go check out Kirby Allison'sHanger Project.

Say hi to Kirby for me.

With that, let me go ahead and pull up theviewer's question.

He's asking, “Antonio, I was wondering, whatdo you think of the shirt-style by Gekko from the movie Wall Street? How wearable is that clothing for a regularoffice job? Should only the collar be white on a blueshirt to make it less formal? I've seen that Thomas Pink is selling thistype of shirts.

Do you recommend that I go out and purchaseone?” So it sounds like the gentleman, he's in awhite-collar job, maybe in the finance industry.

He has seen the movie Wall Street, maybe WallStreet 2 and he's wondering, “Okay, could I pull this off? That's a really sharp look.

I like it.

” Okay.

As I talked about before, Alan Flusser actuallydesigned all of those outfits for the movie and when he did that, before that stuff reallydidn't exist in reality.

In fact, I've seen the number of — I've seenpictures of men imitating this.

It's one of those things reality copying Hollywood;Hollywood copying reality whereas the circle.

But when I look that, what I see and the feeling, the emotion that I got from this clothing is that of aggressiveness, of strength.

It's very memorable.

It's almost overpowering.

So if that is the message that you want tosend, then go for it.

What made Gordon Gekko's clothing so striking, so strong? 1.

Strong Contrast The gentleman talked about in there but hewould use, let's say, a blue shirt and then he would have a white collar with white contrastand cuffs.

Now, this could exist and in some cases, I'veeven heard of this existing quite a few years ago whenever, well, let's just say, wheredo you think the blue collar came? The blue collar came from because women gottired of washing their husbands' white collar stuff all the time because it stained easily.

And so if you work in the fields, you woredarker clothing that was colored by indigo, but white colors were very hard and they usedto be interchangeable.

It was very possible to actually have a light-coloredshirt with interchangeable collars and cuffs and just change those out.

You have to get that custom-made to get thatnowadays but that's a little bit of history.

But I think and when I see that contrast, to me it's very sharp and it draws attention.


Accessories If you go look in the movie, you're goingto see pocket squares, the cufflinks, other little details that these guys are using, very high end, very well made and those were sending a very clear message whenever theman puts his hand on the table and you can see his multi-thousand dollar cufflinks that, “Yeah, I'm here to intimidate you.

” 3.

Clean Lines The fit was immaculate on almost all the clothing, not so much on Wall Street 2.

Wall Street, the first one, yes, the fit wasdown and all the details that went into the lines.

You could see from when Michael Douglas wouldtake off his jacket and you could see the suspenders to the fit of his shirts, to thefit of his trousers, the break on the trousers, Alan Flusser did a really good job with thatclothing.

That right there says this man pays attentionto detail.


Colors A lot of bold colors, not just the contrastbut the use of gold, the use of very strong blues, so very good use of colors.

What is my opinion? Well, that clothing was a costume so my opinionis if you dress like this, to me it's a little bit too much.

I think it's a costume.

That's where I think it should be left.

Now, some men, they want to send the messagethat “I don't care what you think.

I'm going to dress how I want.

” He's one of my inspiration, one of my heroes.

But I think Gordon Gekko wasn't he based offof — wasn't this stuff based off of the 1980 tycoons and all of the stuff that was goingon at Wall Street which is still going on today? I think Michael Milken had a little bit ofinfluence on them.

If you don't know who Michael Milken is, youcan do a little bit of research.

But I don't know if that's who I want to drawinspiration from.

But to each his own and I wish you the best.

If you want to learn more about men's style, gentleman, I've got my A Man's Guide To Style, my amazing self-study course.

I say it's amazing because it took me threeyears to put this thing together and I am very proud.

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I will see you guys in the next video.

Hopefully, that answered the question.

If you've got questions, you know where tosend them.

Just send it to me to my email or use theMen's Style Q&A website which I've set up for you.

Take care.




well, I don’t know how they’ve managed to fit this elevator in, but you barely have room on the stairs.



Think I’ve got the same room last year as well.

The luggage is as wide as the door haha Tiny room, but really beautiful.

As you see, I’m at Paris.

It’s Fashion Weeks’ time here, at least the Women one.

I want to show you the Fashion Week here and Street Photography, so come with me.

They started the Fashion Week a few days ago, I’ve got here just now, they had beautiful weather so far, but now it’s really crappy, rainy and dark.






it is what it is, we have to keep rolling and take some shots.

And I have to climb back somehow.




This is my smootie from yesterday The LOEWE show was at 9:30, I’ve missed that, bit too early for me.



Paris is so beautiful, I could stop at every corner to take a picture or video, but I just can’t, because I have 5 mins to get there, actually, I should’ve been there already.

It’s worth it to be there 15-20 mins before the show, because people start to show up and there is a good chance to take good pictures.

In general, a photoshooting like this is about: we get there, take some pictures and afterwards, we have 15-20 mins of break, when the show is going and when the show is over we shoot them again and move on to the next location.

we have 15-20 mins of break, when the show is going and when the show is over we shoot them again and move on to the next location.

Every show is at a different spot of the city, Fortunately it is not raining so we are good The city has it’s vibe and mood, good for the pictures, as you can see.

Some photographers are already here.



Sorry, these were random Asians with their bags and designer clothes, they take some photos, then probs sell their products back home, saying how popular it is over here in Europe, saw them before at Pitti.



so fake! Got here in the meantime, hope I’m not too late.

We’re having a break because it’s showtime in there.

Not much happening out here, but once the show is over, every photographer will be after the models and Instagrammers, stars, etc.

Not much happening out here, but once the show is over, every photographer will be after the models and Instagrammers, stars, etc.

Main thing is to look good, so we take pictures of you! I have some friends over here, such as Claudio here.

He is one of my oldest friends here, he takes photos for Getty and he was one of the first ones who took a picture of me a few years ago.

He helps me out when I get lost or something, he has a big routine.

Adam is one of the best street style photographers, he is one of the main reasons why I started to take pictures.

Check him out, because he is soo good! Worth to look around and see how every photographer works, Adam for example is heading away from the crowd and shoots separately.

That is why his pictures are good End of the first day, it’s like a warm-up for everybody.

Was a cloudy day, but it’s good for the pictures, so no bright lights, no shadows, means much better photos, good for street style and pictures of buildings.

Now heading to eat something, then I might take some more pictures or head back to the hotel.

We’re up all day, sometimes one spot is 40 mins away from an other show, outside all day even it is rainy or sunnyWe’re up all day, sometimes one spot is 40 mins away from an other show, outside all day even it is rainy or sunny we walk and stand a lot 8-10 hours a day, then edit when we’re back in the hotel, so if anybody thought street photography is easy, well, it’s not.

Second day just started here, was pretty difficult to get out of bed, since you’re on your feet for 10 hrs a day, not much to eat or drink in the meantime, raining constantly and when you’re ont he street and shooting again, you don’t feel that tired, but mornings are soooo difficult.

Been thinking about street style’s advantages and disadvantages, advantage is like seeing the World, travelling around.

Although we don’t see much, because we’re constantly working.

Not much time to be a tourist, but we have a chance to see famous people.

Like Bella Hadid just walked by, had a chance to take a picture of her.

See beautiful outfits, dresses what you can not see regulaarlyLike Bella Hadid just walked by, had a chance to take a picture of her.

See beautiful outfits, dresses what you can not see regulaarly This work improves your creativity, problem solving skills, etc.

So many of us on the streets, like 100-200, you have seconds to take a good shot, so you have to be on point and fast, in order not to let go of the moment.

Disadvantages during FW, prices are super high, but it’s the same everywhere.

Women Fashion Weeks are the craziest For example during Men's FW in Milan, back in Jan was around a 100 euros/night, but here, during the Women's FW it’s 260/night, almost three times as much.




sorry about the screaming in the back.



Same goes to the flight tickets, a round trip is around 30-60€, but during FW it’s around 170-300€ , more than 3 times.



Winter FW is difficult because of the snow and the rain and the cold, but Summer FW is super warm and you get sunburnt.



If it’s stressful? Good question, been thinking a lot, somehow calming, because no one is pushing you, on the other hand, those good moments are super stressful and competing with others.

There are a lot of amateurs.



how to say.



hobby photographer.



maybe 20-30 official ones only who get paid.

Like Adam Katz Sinding (@aks) or Jonathan Daniel Pryce (@garconjon) There are only a few who you are really looking up.

They mostly works for GQ or VOGUE.

When people get out of the show, photographers basically run to them and fight for the best positions and possible pictures.

Many times everybody ends up with the same pictures and no too good quality, same pose, not a good unique picture.

Street style photography point is that the object/person acts natural.

Try to make it look like it’s the least posing picture.

Garconjon has many pictures organised and taken, but not where the show was held, but one or two streets away.

In order to be a good street style photographer, you need to have a good style, a good point of view.

It’s pretty difficult to get a job, because there are many photographers who wants to work for a magazine, so they want you to work for free many times.



Photographers got upset because of it a few years ago, you can still find articles under the #nofreephotos hashtag.

It’s pretty expensive for us, to spend some days here at the FW, so you need to figure it out how to get paid to cover your expenses.

It’s pretty expensive for us, to spend some days here at the FW, so you need to figure it out how to get paid to cover your expenses.

That’s it for now, to be continued.




I Got A Tokyo Makeover

Hello, friends, and welcome to another video.

This week, I'm gonna be getting a Tokyo street fashion makeover.

Yes, we're going to Japan, and we're gonna be getting made over.

So, earlier this year, We traveled to three different US cities to explore how fashion differs in different regions.

So this time, we're So this time, we're gonna be taking our experiment international, right over the Pacific Ocean.

I feel like Japanese fashion trends, specifically, what I've heard, called “Harajuku fashion” or “Tokyo street fashion” are talked about a lot online in videos and articles to the point, where I definitely have an image in my head of what i think it looks like, but I wanted to go to Japan and see for myself.

So to do this, we're gonna be teaming up with a local.

Who will guide us through three different current trends, so we can get a little taste of what Tokyo street fashion is all about.

Now, obviously, this won't cover everything that people wear in Tokyo, as street fashion is pretty different from your everyday wear, and this probably, also, won't even cover every inch of tokyo street fashion.

Because, from what I've seen there's a lot.

But we're hoping to find three outfits that capture some of what's going on right now.

All right, let's go.

So, step one of our Tokyo makeover was, to fly to Tokyo.

And while we were there, we stayed in Akasaka which is sort of a business-y area, that's very picturesque, green and quiet.

And, it was also decently close to Harajuku.

Which is where a lot of the action is, in terms of Tokyo street fashion.

To aid us in our search, we met up with Rinrin, who is a YouTuber and a lolita model.

As well as being pretty well acquainted with the local Tokyo fashion scene.

Right off the bat, Rinrin clarified that, Tokyo street fashion, tends to be a little different than the common western Perception a lot of people tend to think that if you come to harajuku You'll see a lot of people dressed in like lolita or the most recent style is like yami kawaii, which is kind of a dark kawaii but You, don't really tend to see that as much and for this video We wanted to focus on the current street fashion trends and not just on the more well-known Subcultures how, would you describe tokyo street fashion today there's less emphasis on the silhouette and a more eclectic type of style a lot of people like to layer and Express their creativity and put color into their outfits, also Harajuku is a neighborhood and not just a singular, style as it can, sometimes be presented, which was news to me, at least so i'm going to be showing You, three styles that are a general idea of what you'll see on the streets Today with the first trend being the vintage remake, style, which centers around Transforming old vintage clothing a lot of kids like to take these items and cut it up and add things onto it so they're very One-of-a-kind, styles the second trend being the Minimalistic mode style you'll see a lot of people wearing this and layering black on black that sounds like, my my, type of thing sometimes i like to dress up like a bat Would a bat look work there no Never mind and then the third and final trend the colorful layered style you can Layer things on so much and things are Transparent and things are like colorful and it's basically you could play with anything you, want so without further, ado We were ready to start shopping for our Tokyo street fashion inspired outfits and our first stop, was the store a nincompoop capacity which specializes in vintage remake so an in a nincompoop capacity is located in the oda wadda neighborhood Which, means that it's just behind the, main part of Harajuku It's a, more hipstery type of vintage area hipsters they're everywhere The store itself is a former cigarette shop tucked away on the third floor of what looks almost like an apartment building Inside pretty much every inch of it is covered in vintage paraphernalia from the 1950s onwards and a lot of it is Recognizable ip with a little bit of a twist looking around the store many of the remade items are sort of like vintage T-shirts spliced with tutus and though they're Not all t-shirts the general vibe seems to be bringing together in congress Pieces into one garment to make something completely new usually with a, new shape as, well, we were also able to Ask, the store's owner mr.

Ohashi, some questions, about the vintage remake style.

He led off by saying that there aren't really rules About shape or style within the trend itself he doesn't like, tell people what to, wear he says there's a lot of people, who Wear it like form-fitting or just totally loose it's all up to you What you see here and you just kind of put it all together And in terms of what is in the store, it seems that Mr Ohashi Does a lot of the curating and his wife Kathy does a lot of the cutting and remaking so where do you find like your Inspiration like when you see a piece like how, do you know If you, like it or if you, want it to be in your store “that is a very hard question” So his inspiration comes mainly from punk so music as, well as the vintage fashions Which actually makes a lot of sense because there's a strong emphasis on D.



in punk style in terms of what i should be wearing Mr Ohashi recommended that we just walk around the store and see what caught our eye, you always do this huh Yeah, it's a kind of like a devious Mischief afoot Immediately i noticed a bunch of breezy tunic style tops I know You said bats were not in but It might be like an unconscious bat Yeah, absolutely the bat just slides in and as if on cue the next thing i found was this, oh? Oh it's a nike shirt with batwings yes get that! Yeah, it seems like fortune had smiled down upon me Mr.


Ohashi, and rinrin, also found a really cool Head-to-toe pink outfit and i found another blousy top that seemed to have been made from like a college sweatshirt They didn't think i would be here Then, we grabbed a couple of bottoms to match our tops including a black skirt for our nike outfit all the world all black Know i'm trying on other stuff too, well, we have to have one all black stay with the brand and a pair of embellished Jeans for our central state university blouse, and with that, we were ready to start trying on our outfits I'll be back Alright go.

Did they like the governador here? so first up, was the head-to-toe pink outfit Yeah?, this look Definitely had a strong visual impact and i think that the different shapes and textures were really cool I like the little butt apron it's very different but i think it's fun, like, nope, don't look Here then to top it off mr.

Ohashi, styled me with A little knit crown we've got a, little like, where the wild things are situation i love it like this, oh it's so cute Hahahaha, and despite how.

Pink it was i actually really liked it you look, like you belong in the store I'm never leaving but our second outfit top, some stiff competition So i think that this is definitely like, more in line with, like, my personal style i feel, like, the Skirt i'm not sure what i'm doing with it despite the skirt being a little Unbalanced the top is amazing and as if i needed any more convincing Rinrin, decked me out with, some accessories He he he, how do I look After trying on both of these looks I was kind of conflicted because I feel like part of the style is like What you like but i, also feel, like, maybe just because the other outfits more different from, what i usually Wear it feels more like, the style you know i'm saying? transformation exactly a, style transformation, yeah exactly but we, did have one more look to try on here it is Central state university i thought this top really accomplished the vintage remake objective by Transforming a simple college t-shirt into a romantic almost renaissance-sy blouse it's like sort of a shakespearean in a way and i really liked the jeans which featured Some nice rear lace action though I wouldn't say they were really transformed into a different shape or garment the Jeans are like pretty Normal but Embellished in terms of which outfit i liked the best i was still torn between the first and the second look i thought the first One definitely made a very big impact however i do think the second one It's very you so it looks good i think We maybe want to change the bottom for that one goes a bit short for balance purpose so we purchased our bat outfit thanked mr.

ohashi And were on our way All right so now having explored the vintage remix style a little bit you can move on to our next location Which is Ground Y.

Ground, Y, why is it not the air, no it's the ground So next up, we went to Ground Y to explore our second street fashion, the mode style Ground Y is an offshoot label.

By yohji, yamamoto Located inside of the Laforet department store in harajuku, which has a lot of local trendy designers and boutiques now When you first walk into Ground Y, it's very black, and white which i think is in line with yohji yamamoto's general vibe for reference yohji yamamoto is a japanese designer Described as a master tailor who is known for his androgynous and avant-garde designs Usually, made in black sounds like, my kind of guy And in general he's considered an important driver of the mode style so to help pick out our mode outfit We met up with rinrin's friend mika who is a mode enthusiasts and instagrammer So mode style i would say it's kind of defined by a monotone color palette i would say is very Unisex or genderless which is a very big thing going on right now in general and i think that androgynous vibe influences the shapes and cuts of the clothing with most of the outfits being unfinished flowy or boxy yeah i Always, loose like simple yeah like, oh simple and minimal So with, some sense of what, we were looking for it was time to start, a shoppin i'm still there always Are you doing this again? yes i was.

shall we do that again? yeah ready, we'll do it again, my cousin Like sneaky sneaky So right from the start i was a little confused By, some of the items at first glance they seem pretty simple but when you approach them a lot of them have unique cuts What's this like an extra arm hole it's open, so i think it's just a flap, okay just a flap So the first outfit that rinrin and myka picked out, was an asymmetric jacket a White button-down shirt and a long pants skirt hybrid, ooh kind of like a suit yeah next up We found a blue button-down.

Sheer dress, oh? We need an inner yeah too sexy too sexy to see through Which we d sexified with like a matching blue shift dress underneath and for our last option This looks yeah i recommend this, we went for a? White maxi shirt with a Geometric pattern on the right shoulder what would you put underneath this like for pant um no this button Yeah just oh just like a long dress yeah a long dress which gave us three mode options To, try on so first up was our three-piece suit I, like like the asymmetry, you know what i mean, it's kind of like Off center because mode style pretty much ignores the curves of your, body the designs tend to play more with Draping asymmetry and abstract shapes and to finish off the look, mika recommended that, we add this wide brimmed hat Oh, yes, oh wow i can hear Myself i'm like echoing off the hat overall i really enjoyed this outfit i'm not usually a hat person but this look Made me feel kind of like a boxy carmen sandiego All right ready for the next one yes i don't know if you're ready so up next was our blue sheer dress Is this sufficiently de-sexified, yeah, you're so not sexy right now.

perfect That is the goal i feel like, this, was more of a summer mode look i'm feeling easy And breezy with the blueness, and with the lighter, flowy or fabric rinrin, also thought that a backpack might suit this outfit so, we tried on this very round, one Turtle shell can i be a ninja turtle? you'll be leonardo yeah the blue ninja turtle Oh, there you go this dress was definitely cute but i just wasn't a hundred percent sold on it so We went on to option number three, oh? This looks nice yeah i love it This outfit combines elements of the first and second look and there was also a fun secret there are pockets Yeah, you're a little going 1 2, i didn't notice before so, we accessorized our long maxi shirt to complete the look and though We all liked this one i think, we were kind of missing some of that oof from the first look Alright so i think that we've decided that we're gonna kind of combine the first and the third outfits By, putting this jacket over the last outfit which i actually really like i think this, is like the best compromise because it's Like pretty much the vibe of the first outfit except without the pants so We went with our hybrid fourth option as our mode outfit thank you so much mica for helping us know you're on call so what's Next we're gonna, go to wall which is another boutique inside of the same department store it's right on the other side of the wall I'm so, sorry that i said no But it's it's literally right next door all right so let's go so unlike Ground Y and an incompute capacity Which focused more on a singular trend or aesthetic wall carries clothes from a range of designers that reflect a few different trends the concept of the store is Japan, in ten years it's Also one of rinrin's favorite stores and in fact the dress she's wearing here is actually from wall but what We were searching for was an outfit that, would exemplify what rinrin described as the colorful layered trend all right Well let's get to it yeah so one of the objectives of this trend is to just, wear a lot of different garments Basically piling on as many clothes as you can And often time with extra appliques or fabric stitched on to or hanging off of the layered garments, would you even call, this maybe they're like Nap, yeah napkin flowers No, lotus are more open i think you know i have no idea yeah, what are you orchids We never, did figure out what kind of flower it is my best guess is a campanula flower don't at, me but regardless We needed to find a bottom to complete our first option, oh? My, gosh it's like, pants but pants wow they're pants that have been eaten By, other pant extended pants and yes they are Also littered with embroidered mice i needed to try them on you've heard of pizza rat have you heard of thigh rats Pizza, pizza rats the rat that like, was dragging an entire piece of pizza in the new York, subway subway, yeah, while shopping, we also encountered another aspect Of the trend which is that a lot of the items are loose and oversized look at those sleeves It's not quite a, batwing it's almost like a manatees flipper i'm not sure we could in good conscience follow Up the mice pants with the manatee jacket but, we did find another oversized item this long and patchworked t-shirt Oh, you know what that looks like, a, baggy 90's teenager Yes almost like the guys at cher's high school in clueless and to pair with it we grabbed, some, also patchworked Jeans, and for our third option We wanted to try something that was a little more vibrant to make sure we got to the colorful part of the Colorful layered look, oh that's really cute i like the pink but i want to layer something over it of course we must we must So rinrin grabbed this dusty rose slip from off of another hanger, we couldn't find another layering piece so we're just done for diy Yes, and with that completing our third outfit, we began attacking our pile of clothes? I love the rats more than i thought i would if you can take a second to not look at the extended mouse pants rinrin And i also really liked the top it's very, spring i'm a blooming flower And though i'll say i did enjoy the rats i think it just Overpowered the other layers too much it's not called the colorful rat trend so we moved on to our 90s high school, boy outfit there we go i Was surprised? By how, much i liked this look? For some reason i feel like pretty comfortable in it that might be because it's a giant t-shirt but i feel like, pretty like Yeah, like that i can, wear this around.

This, was also a big hit with the shop staff at wall Who, suggested we accessorize it with a bold graphic earring though, we were feeling pretty good about this outfit We still wanted to try our last one on for good measure which actually turned out to be no easy feat it took Me so long to get into this you guys Rinrin, like came, off like a harem i like had to help me do this, what i will say about this outfit Is that the undershirt skirt thing is super cool And i love the sleeves yeah but i think that the over layer is like a little tight on my booty, oh no sexy Which i don't think, is the vibe we're going for as, we mentioned with the layered trend you usually Want things to be oversized, and flowy and though i think, we had the right idea with the layering Unfortunately those ideas were just eclipsed by the booty So, we decided to go with a little bit of a mash-up for our final look alright i Think, we nailed it so this is the second outfit with the jacket from the first outfit on top of it i think this Kind of brings everything that? We liked from the second outfit and then just adds another layer on top of it what do you say i think This is the perfect One so with rinrin's approval, we got to our final tokyo street fashion outfit so now, we have three outfits that embody like Three different tokyo street styles but, we don't have, any of the finishing touches like the, makeup or the shoes and stuff we're Gonna do a little um exploring and see what we can find and then we'll see our finished looks for a quick shoe stop We dropped, by a Store called tokyo bopper to pick up a pair of stumpy shoes to pair with the mode outfit and the next, day We went with rinrin to a drugstore to grab a couple of products to put together a tokyo inspired, makeup look So, what i wanted to incorporate this time is a trendy like pop of color since we're heading into Summer the focus of this, makeup look, is definitely the eyes as we added some highlighter to the lower lids to make them look Bigger and used some turquoise liner for that pop of color, that rinrin, had been joined so you already have That droopy eye look, which is an ideal look here's to bring your eyes down it looks like your kinder Oh that's a very nice thing to say thank you, we also applied? Some cream blush on my cheekbones and under eyes i'm hoping the cream blush will like bring in that dewiness Since dewy skin is a popular goal in a lot of japanese makeup looks and then with a Dash of semi-sheer lipstick you were ready to go But this is definitely a summer.

Look i'm not gonna say like this is like the general like Tokyo, street fashion look, do i look summer-ry? like a sweet summer child, yeah So the first street fashion look, we took out on the town, was the vintage remake outfit Which included our remade batwing nike top These fluttery, adidas pants the pants have, some flair in fact they've got multiple flares and a pair of black combat Boots that i had brought from home on my, face i was rocking our pop of color summer, makeup look and for my Hair rinrin Had gone ham with some bobby pins.

the sideburns on full display so for this first outfit rinrin Was able to come out vlogging with us for a bit you guys are the bat twins right now so she could help us take Street snap or style photos of the outfit i don't get hits up in harajuku photographers will line up on the Main street and to, ask passerby, who they think have cool, outfits on to take photos of them hence streets now Seeking street snaps of me and richard together and there was like a dude almost It's just posh as hell all the time i think that overall this is probably, my favorite outfit it's definitely Like more shapeless than i would usually go but besides that like it's pretty up, my, alley i'm not usually one to Wear nike, sportswear but, that's because they tend to not have giant bat wings attached so in this case the vintage remake Style has bridged that gap for me you look, so dramatic but comfortable at the same time This is comfortable vampire I may have, also felt at home in this outfit because it reminded Me of some of the unusual clothing items we've tried in the past this outfit Is kind of like if the band ruffled t-shirt and the y project Like long-sleeve denim jacket had a lovechild i think it captures a lot of the fun of the giant 4-foot sleeves without the added danger of hitting someone with a large denim tube the only real obstacle i could Think, of with this outfit, was that because there's a lot Of stuff hanging off of it it feels like you could accidentally dip it right into your food or drink i think We did okay with our ramen this time but it's definitely Something to look out for so next up was our mood look i'm a mode gargoyle Exact like a nova Babe for mode hashtag mode gargoyle for the completed outfit i donned our white maxi shirt Asymmetric jacket wide brimmed hat.

And these shoes that, we got at Tokyo Bopper for my, makeup i substituted the pop of color out for some plain Black, eyeliner though i kept to the cheeks flushed rinrin, also suggested that, we could slick my hair Back for this outfit but, my hair has to be curled for the wall outfit And there's only one time that the hairstylist could take Me in so it's currently even though this look is color Wise definitely in my zone i would say that it's much more Formal and structured than i would usually go i feel kind of like a business casual dementor but nonetheless there was something Theatrical, about it that i loved In particular the hat, was like the best prop part of you is bird-like Yeah, and it kind of gave me a.

Personal cave under which i could perform, my mischief come under the brim I don't like there, oh? My, god here i will say it was a little sweaty probably since it was late may but the no-pants aspect Made it bearable at least so i've got swamp Bra but not swamp butt but despite Any, swampiness i actually enjoyed wearing and vlogging in this outfit the most maybe even though i wouldn't Wear this entire outfit together in the u.



I might, wear this entire outfit together in the u.


You should and our final street fashion, look, was our colorful layered outfit from Wall Which included our oversized t-shirt patchwork, jeans and yellow unknown Flower jacket so for this outfit rinrin recommended that, we accessorize it with White sneakers that i have brought from home actually because, my feet are rather large for japanese sizes, these orange earrings that We also got at, wall at Laforet and some curly hair i also subbed in some yellow Eyeliner to match our jacket now for all three of these outfits, we were vlogging in the same area of harajuku Which happened to be just a few subway stops, away, from our hotel So, we kept going there because, we knew how? To, get there.

Though I think that this outfit matches the aesthetics of the Harajuku neighborhood itself the most closely Like with, this giant teddy bear now that is some seriously layering and this amazingly cute Multi-colored ice creamTyler:I think as is getting more melty, we should get that, away from our layered clothing.

Though this outfit is definitely the furthest away from my usual style and not just because of the color but also, because of the silhouette and texture.

Yeah, though, I didn't mind being a moving pile of laundry, and I like how it flows as I moved.

I weirdly, like this sort of like kilt at the bottom yeah the half kilt.

The only thing I didn't really like About the layered look, was the effect That the layers had on my body temperature as in I was warm warmer than i was even in my full-on Mode suit.

But there's a nice breeze coming down this alley, yeah kind of like opening up the air ducts I had to fight the inclination to take Off some of the layers it's supposed to be the colorful layered look so I had to stay layered but I think that for more Everyday, wear I'll probably dawn these items separately as I like them all individually Specifically I love with pants, which you can, barely see yeah All right so those were my, tokyo street fashion looks even though These outfits are supposed to represent three different trends there are some commonalities between them that are kind of emblematic of Tokyo fashion in general all of them are sort of like long and in general i'm pretty like covered just to provide i Guess like maximum area for more layering and they're all, also kind of? Asymmetric this one is a little sort of half kilt and all the other ones have their Own little asymmetric flair's i think? that all three of these outfits are pretty different from current us fashion trends at least the ones i'm aware of and Rinrin, seems to be right in that there's more of an emphasis on layering and draping and the clothes seem to skew A bit looser overall though regardless i'm excited to bring these looks back to the u.


Because i feel like i can incorporate different items from them into, my, own wardrobe and in some cases just Wear them head to toe Exactly as is we're going to make mode gargoyle i think if it's the last thing i do Thank, you guys so much for watching and a big thank you to rinrin for helping us out with thisVideo i've Linked both of her channels in the description below one of which is in japanese with english subtitles And one of which is her english channel so go check those out if you like That video make sure to smash that like button and if you, want to see more videos like this makeSure to shamash that subscribe button a big shout out to Rochelle for watching thanks for watching rochelle and I will see you guys a-next time.



היי גאייס ברוכים הבאים לערוץ שלי , אז היום זה שוב הזמן שלנו לעשות לוקבוק , עשיתי אחד לפני שבועיים בערך ןאהבתם את זה ממש , אז היום החלטתי לעשות סלבריטי לוקבוק כי אנחנו לא הולכים לקנות גיבנשי החורף אבל אנחנו עדיין רוצים להיראות ליט מאילנית אז היום יש לנו לוקים בהשראת קים קרדשיאן , קיילי גנר , קנדל גנר וכו אז אם אתם רוצים to slay את החורף הקרוב איתי המשיכו לצפות בלוקבוק שוקבוק שהכנתי אז הלוק הראשון הוא בהשראת קנדל גנר האלילה , כמו שאתם רואים אנחנו לובשים אותו ובכן לא בדיוק אותו דבר אבל בערך רק צבע שונה ושלי לא של ייזיי וכמו שאתם רואים לבשתי את זה עם מעיל טרנץ כי עוד מעט חורף כי עוד מעט יהיה קר בכל מקרה , השמלה אגב עשוי מסריג אז די חמים איתה לבשתי את זה עם מגפיים של זארה שכבר ראיתם וגם יש לי את הפוני וזה , חחח אנ יאולי יעשה מדריך , וזהו הלוק הראשון גאייס הייתי חייבת להעלות את הוידאו ולכן אין תרגום בהמשך , זה לוקבוק אז זה לא ממש משהו שצריך הסבר אבל אני יעבוד על זה תוך כדי הוידאו Fast Moving on to our next look is a guys can see this is inspired by Kim kardashian-west and to be quite honest This is the first time I was able to find a dress that looks similar to the one that she was wearing because mind you the one that she's wearing is actually $600 from the easy collection and as you guys can see right here I actually decided to pair it with this really cute Bombur jacket in black, of course, you know, because once again It's gonna be chilly in just a few weeks from now.

So, you know, we have to keep ourself warm So yeah, there you have it.

I actually really liked this Look, it's like, you know, like really casual for like a daily basis and all this kind of stuff So we are still here inspired by the easy collection And as you guys can see I'm wearing this really cute biker shorts Paired with these I guess I can call it like a bralette honestly and so by the way christian dior have the exact same berlet and it's like $900 and mind, you know, mine doesn't cost any anything like that And yeah I'm pairing that with these really cute oversized denim jacket and as you can see you can style it any way you want like around your waist or just like You know on you on top of you on top of your shoulder or just kind of staff just like play with it And yeah, slay slay life, you know So next up we have another cute look inspired by Madison beer This is like the everyday casual sleigh kind of a look And so basically what I'm wearing is a black leggings pair with a really cute t-shirt, honestly that I just tie knot in the front to make it a crop with some Nikes and of course the must-have item for this Winter fall 2019.

Is this really cute teddy coat I'm gonna leave some link for you guys below because honestly, Some of them are like as you know as expensive as $200 and some of them are you know as cheap as $60 So I'm gonna leave something for you guys below and you gonna decide which one is the right for you? And of course we have Kylie Jenner in the house So here we have a really cute denim outfit You know paired with a really cute White crop top and of course a bomber jacket you guys know will live in those bomber jacket mine By the way is from Tomy and it's kind of like oversized.

I kind of took it, you know in the size large I don't know why I did that.

I kind of regret that but it is what it is And yeah, this is a pretty you know, comfy outfit I really like it.

And as you can see I paired it with sandals and that is pretty much it I kind of live in those outfit, you know during like fall winter, honestly And it will not be a complete lookbook without some red carpet realness so we have here Kylie Jenner for the VMAs 2018 somewhere and it's really cute blazer dress.

Honestly you guys this is such a vibe Honestly, I'm obsessed with it and it's really cute.

You can dress it up You can dress it down and I mean look at these pretty guys believe it was only $50.

Hello like this is insane I absolutely love this look and everything about it through my fingers Outside, how could I let you go? So that's complete I want a lookbook shook book inspired by those Celebrities that running all over our Instagram and that is pretty much it for this video guys I hope you guys enjoyed this video if you did Please make sure you give this video a big thumbs up and subscribe to my channel down below here And also if you want to see more of me Just make sure you click that Bell button right over there because you know YouTube be playing and all those kind of stuff and that's pretty much it Thank you guys so much for watching and I will see you guys on the next one.