'The red line' Editorial is Bold and Culturally Inspired

By: Anne Booth - Published: Oct 12, 2013 • References: &
'The red line' editorial is inspired by karate and is ordained with chain accessories by fashion stylist Clio Zupanovic. The fashion looks for men are sleek and inspiring as they tie in more feminine pieces to enhance bold outfits.

Some of the fashions are inspired by karate as a black belt is tied around a green fall coat. There is also a jacket worn that has black fabric outlining the edges resembling a "gi" or karate uniform. The styles also show button up shirts done up completely with a chain hanging around the neck to spice up the collar. Converse sneakers also make an appearance as they are paired with an all-black outfit.

With the lucky color red to make the backgrounds pop, 'The red line' photo shoot is ready for action. The looks are smooth and stylish with a cultural edge to push them over the top. Stats for Karate-Inspired Fashion Editorials Trending: Older & Mild
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