10/10 2012 Fall/Winter lookbook

Thai designer Sup Suphanut Suwansanya and his menswear label 10/10, displays an array of contemporary clothing inspired by a broad spectrum of influences including geometrical shapes and anime (i.e. Gundam). I love the range how the design blended the tailored clothing, streetwear, and the avant-garde with a futuristic twist. Of course, this is not the first someone has not given a futuristic approach to their collections. However, its much refreshing to see its from a collections you normally don’t from in many fashion magazines. 

Due to the era we will live, its not unusual to see how carbon copies hit the runways, streets, or anything in natural. This collection was retroactively inspired with a futuristic twist, which is cool to rock in the present. This collection is indeed dope!

Julius – 2012 A/W Collection

Julius, oh how much I love that name (it was my brother’s name)! cult Japanese brand JULIUS has established an avant-garde look that retains the gothic styling of past signature collections. With an all black palette, designer Tatsuro Horikawa tends to give a somewhat Rick Owens approach with its futuristic looks. I love the draping on the Top garments! It really delivers an androgynous feel.

Kerry Washington for LA magazine

This chick is totally cookin! What do I have to do to be that guy?! Actress Kerry Washington is in another world and these garments really proves it in LA Magazine. Embracing the avant garde is a world experience because everyone can’t do it. Its not like they can’t, but their perspectives chooses them not to.The dress she is rocking totally gives me this artsy/Mychael Knight vibe. Totally went Gaga on the hair cut.



Haider Ackerman A/W 2010

Just learned about this designer, Haider Ackerman, from a fellow blogger, Bryanboy (www.bryanboy.com). The looks from the collections are so super futuristic. The textures and contrast of the garments are completely jaw-dropping.

This is like the epitome of High Fashion and deserves every dime of it. “Wait till we get our money right”