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The Gareth Rhys Photography for Clash Magazine Gets Grungy

By: Katie Pagnotta - Published: • References: clashmusic & hypebeast
The Gareth Rhys photography for Clash Magazine presents a bunch of hipster kids imitating the greats. Rhys took his inspiration for the photo series from youthful idols such as Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and The Rolling Stone's Keith Richards. These men epitomize a sense of laid-back cool that is inherent in youth culture and fashions.

The teen models are shown posing with carefree expressions and are adorned in the latest TOPMAN capsule knitwear collection by designer James Long. The line-up of looks consists of color-blocked sweaters, grid-patterned knits, baggy pull-overs and loose-fitting pants. Rhys captures the essence of teen angst and the desire to different during a time when we are all seeking acceptance.

The Gareth Rhys photography for Clash Magazine is captivating and reminds us all that history always repeats itself, especially in fashion. Stats for Angsty Hipster Editorials Trending: Older & Popular
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