Jason Fulford, from “Raising Frogs for $$$”
“Right now a lot of people use fashion as a means to buy rather than discover an identity and they end up obscured and defeated. I’m getting cues from people like Steve Jobs and Jerry Seinfeld. It’s a very flat look, conspicuously unpretentious, maybe even endearingly awkward. It’s a lot of cliché style taboos, but it’s not the irony I love, it’s rather practical and no-nonsense, which to me, right now, seems sexy. I like the idea that one doesn’t need their clothes to make a statement.” (via Normcore: Fashion for Those Who Realize They’re One in 7 Billion - The Cut)
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Interview with my guy, Lukas Peet on Monocole Radio! (36 min in) Congrats! :o)
In tribute to the new Italian-themed issue of Monocle, the magazine’s art team discuss the nuts and bolts of its design, architect Nille Juul-Sørensen describes the Hong Kong-influenced Constant Change exhibition, and we meet the winner of Canada’s Emerging Designer award, 26-year-old Lukas Peet.
THE FASHION WEEK
Paris Fall/Winter 2014
Backstage at Christophe Lemaire
Photography by Mara Corsino