This Vogue Hommes Japan editorial shows off a punk rocker style that is mixed with some androgynous elements. The result is an updated glam rock look that you'd expect to see the lead singer from your favorite local rock band wearing.
The editorial is a combination of muted color as well as black and white images. Model Gryphon O`Shea is styled by Nicola Formichetti. And, the entire shoot was overseen by the fresh creative director of Saint Laurent Paris, Hedi Slimane.
This editorial shows the best of the fashion world. It combines fashion-forward creative thinking with a target consumer with a distinctive style. Just look at that long blond mohawk; I bet it looks awesome spiked up. The Vogue Hommes Japan editorial really hits home for the fashion-conscious rocker.
The Vogue Hommes Japan Editorial Adds Some Edge to High Fashion
1. Androgynous Style - Fashion industry can capitalize on the growing demand for androgynous fashion by creating more clothing lines that blur gender boundaries.
2. Glam Punk Style - There is an opportunity for clothing companies to create a line of punk-inspired clothing fused with modern glamour to appeal to consumers who want an updated rocker look.
3. Black and White Photography - As monochrome imagery continues to trend, photography companies could create more black and white fashion shoots, especially to appeal to consumers interested in an androgynous or punk style.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry has an opportunity to create clothing lines that cater to consumers interested in androgynous or punk-inspired styles.
2. Photography - Photography businesses can capitalize on the trend of black and white imagery by creating more fashion shoots with monochrome themes.
3. Creative Direction - Creative directors can push the boundaries of conventional fashion by blending androgynous, punk, and glamour styles to create unique looks that appeal to a broad range of consumers.