it has been a year since the last dinner hosted by one of Louisville’s dopest photographers, Bil Brown of Black and Grey Magazine. Bil has been constantly building his brand throughout the east and west coast working with some of the upcoming models and fashion designers (i.e. Gunnar Deathridge). During the dinner, he announced the status of Louisville is slowly making a mark in the creative field of pop culture.
Photographers, stylist (including myself), models, artist were all jointed together in holy aesthetic matrimony. It was really great to hear things are slowly coming together with some of the artist in the city. I, on the other hand, has been working developing my own brand outside the city (also within the city). Mingling with old faces along new faces never gets old faces. A glorious moment to network. Nothing beat being around others who understand art beyond the comprehension of the norms. I think they call us art freaks for a reason lol. we make the world go round… more projects coming soon.
My ensemble: Since the meeting was very short notice, I thought I should make a look which consisted of both buisness and pleasure. The shirt actually brought an exotic element to the outfit along with the shoes. I personally felt it was appropriate for the occasion. Express blazer; Maison Martin Margiela t shirt; my karate pants from Macho Martial Arts; Maison Martin Margiela x HM loafers; Forever 21 pocket square