Vintage fashion of the working class and the aristocracy find a perfect medium in the latest editorial by Italian photographer Sebastian Troncosco for Avenue Magazine. Starring Jonathan Peichl, the monochromatic shoot features retro favorites with modern tailored twists, with the help of stylist Angela Merlino.
In leather high-waisted slacks by Gallery Vintage and fingerless gloves, Jonathan looks both street savvy and charmingly stylish, with wavy hair ripped from the pages of The Great Gatsby. Proving that black is always "the new black," the model dons a stunning Salvatore Ferragamo trenchcoat with black turtleneck and trousers for an impossibly cool and timeless look.
With Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of The Great Gatsby set for a December 2012 release, it seems a Roaring 20s fashion revival is just around the corner -- and after seeing this tribute by Sebastian Troncosco for Avenue Magazine, I can't say I'll be complaining!
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