The Stylist Magazine 'My So-Called Life' editorial showcases a range of grunge-inspired outfits fit for grown-ups. Although the title refers to the teen angst-ridden television show that starred Claire Danes, the only angst present in this photoshoot is found in the grey skies above. A modern spin on the Seattle grunge scene, the editorial is filled with ripped denim and plaid shirts that have been femininely tailored.
Lensed by photographer David Titlow, the Stylist Magazine 'My So-Called Life' editorial appears in the latest issue of the British publication. It stars model Wylie Hays. She was styled by Alexandra Fullerton, who pulled pieces from the racks of such labels as Dries van Noten, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Acne, Paul Smith and Equipment. If a Stepford wife decided to go grunge, this is what she would look like.
The Stylist Magazine 'My So-Called Life' Editorial Stars Wylie Hays
1. Grunge-inspired Fashion - Opportunity for fashion brands to create and market grunge-inspired clothing for adults.
2. Feminine Tailoring - Disruptive opportunity for tailoring companies to incorporate feminine elements into grunge-inspired designs.
3. Modern Spin on Grunge - Potential for fashion designers to reinterpret and update the Seattle grunge scene for contemporary consumers.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can tap into the demand for grunge-inspired clothing for adults.
2. Tailoring - Tailoring companies can explore innovative ways to incorporate feminine elements into grunge-inspired designs.
3. Design - Fashion designers have the opportunity to reinterpret and modernize the Seattle grunge scene for the current market.