The Dent De Man Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook is Ethically Elegany

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jun 3, 2014 • References: dentdeman & oystermag
The Dent De Man Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook embodies an ethnically elegant aesthetic. This vivid catalog is a modern take on cultural garments that are both brightly printed and dramatically draped.

Hailing from East London, Dent De Man is a label that relies on "freedom, equality and self-expression." Fusing traditional and modern motifs, the label remixes ethnic textiles in a fresh and youthful way. Vintage fabrics from the 30s and 70s are cut into cool and modern suits, varsity jackets and skirted coat garments that fuse inspirations from various historical periods.

Clashing prints, geometric cuts and vibrant motifs are showcased in the brand's bold lookbook that is lensed against a modernist, architectural motif. Overall, the catalog's images appear surreal and successfully blend the styles of yesterday's and today's generations. Stats for Cultural Opulence Catalogs Trending: Older & Buzzing
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