The latest installment in Oki-ni.com's TYLED series sees a new editorial by Julian Ganio. Inspired by an 80s issue of Interview mag, the shoot attempts to convey the concept of capturing a digital instant in time, like a glitch or the arty feel of a corrupted image file. Accordingly, each photograph comes littered with ‘digital defects.’
The editorial was lensed by Pani Paul and art directed by Josh Hight, and shows a model posing in standout designs from Oki-ni’s current F/W13 range – from cozy outerwear by Raf Simons and Acne to sporty sneakers by Lanvin and sweats by Agi & Sam. Directional menswear with a digital edge? We’re all over it. If you like what you’re seeing, head to the Oki-ni website and you can purchase each piece online to call your very own.
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