So maybe this editorial from the Spring/Summer 2011 issue of The New Order isn't exactly the Chuck Bass kind of look we see on Gossip Girl, but it radiates a casual yet sophisticated look that Mr. Bass sports on the camera.
Although it may be difficult to see the detailed design showcased in each piece in the n(n) by NUMBER NINE Spring/Summer 2011 collection from the photography by Aram Dikiciyan. The lighting and mood, created by Dikiciyan, nevertheless, reveals the Spring/Summer line in an artistically and insightful manner.
Despite the halo that surrounds Japanese brands as more fashion forward in the realm of street fashion, NUMBER NINE has definitely re-defined itself moving toward high fashion menswear. In a sense, the brand maybe equated as the Vivienne Westwood of menwear; with a rocker-inspired beginnings and meticulous design, NUMBER NINE has definitely brought new light to the fashion industry.
In an industry where woman are the key focus of inspiration and design, the n(n) by NUMBER NINE Spring/Summer 2011 line undoubtedly presents an impressive addition among the fashion elites.
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