There is a femininity to the menswear looks featured throughout the Oki-ni Styled by Ruben Moreira online editorial that is quite forward-thinking. What arguably started with pink shirts has transitioned into a more comfortable awareness of all sides of masculinity, even the one that is tuned into a effeminate element. From long dresses to floral prints and floppy hats, the outfits are great for summer.
Starring model Joe Brotherton, the Oki-ni Styled by Ruben Moreira specifically "explores the wider romantic trends that have been seen throughout SS13," as written on the Oki-ni website. Full of texture and contrast, the Portuguese stylist creates a youthfulness that many men could benefit from.
The set design of the photoshoot was created by Miguel Bento.
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