Seth Kuhlmann and Dennis Johnson front the 'Mickey Mouse' ADON editorial that graces the publication's sophomore issue. This fashion story pays homage to the timeless style of Walt Disney's first iconic character and embraces a cartoon couture aesthetic.
Hair stylist Young Bek gives Seth and Dennis a clean cut look while producer Roy Fire and stylist Tal Peerand dress the duo in high fashion staples that references Mickey Mouse while remaining edgy and unconventional.
The 'Mickey Mouse' ADON editorial is captured by Rick Day, merging the photographer's imagery along with cartoonish illustrations and text by visual artist Yinglish. Posing against electric hued backdrops, the models pull of daring wardrobe picks from the likes of Raf Simons, The Blonds and Fred Perry among others.
The Mickey Mouse ADON Editorial Shows a Streetwear Sensibility
1. Cartoon Couture - Fashion brands should consider collaborating with cartoon characters in creating unique fashion statements.
2. Streetwear Sensibility - Streetwear brands can infuse their designs with cartoon characters to create a standout product line.
3. Illustrated Editorials - Magazines can incorporate more illustrations and cartoons in their editorials to appeal to a younger audience and add a playful touch to high fashion.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can collaborate with cartoon characters to create unique fashion statements targeting younger audiences and bringing a playful touch to high fashion.
2. Entertainment - Cartoon characters can be used by entertainment companies to expand their merchandise offerings and appeal to a wider audience, including those interested in high fashion trends.
3. Publishing - Magazines can incorporate more illustrations and cartoons in their editorials to appeal to a younger audience and add a playful touch to high fashion, potentially leading to increased readership and engagement.