1. Jalan - Polaroid Bill- In this outfit i was going for a students look in the 70’s who takes on photography as a hobby. So i got this rainbow stripe sweater and tucked it into my gray high waist shorts and kept it very simple. I also borrowed my friends film camera and back pack. The picture is very expresive to me i wanted it to define what a photographer goes through right when taking a picture, so to the left is me viewing the subject and to the right i kneel down to get my angle, focus and SHOOT!


  2. Jibril - Guadeloupe - Guadeloupe is the name of the Caribbean island my Dad and the rest of our family reside. I call it that because of the island feel in the background of this picture but if token in another location this look actually looks really Japanese/Harajuku-ish if i may. It’s the way the colors pop and are so out there that really makes me think of that style. Speaking of the tank it was actually a t-shirt i cut to a tank top, and the print pants are a sure keeper that i don’t plan on selling any time soon. It really resembles those trendy vintage silk bomber jackets with the gold chains in a pants version. It’s hard to find a nice pair of “fitted” parachute pants like these. I never try to find them perfectly fitted but i don’t like when they’re too large on the sides. It just looks a bit too clowny. Obviously these are women pants though. . I Hope this can inspire more men to wear print bottoms, instead of the typical one tone Chino or Jeans. My brother always sais “why are men only willing to wear print pants when it’s a pair of swimming trunks but never as an actual atire. Get freaky wit it, my dudes!


  3. Jerry Good X Jeannie Bueller

    Jerry Good X Jeannie Bueller

    (via twinish)


  4. Jibril - Jerry Good - Jerry Good is a friend of ours that wears these large framed readers like old folks do, and he tends to always wear a snapback. I really like that style of eyewear because it gives off such a different look facially. So, since I went old school up top. I guess the throwbacks decided to follow down south. Like my sweater?? I got this Coogi Cardigan a few weeks ago and was eager to wear it because one - I’ve been looking for one of these “thread print” colorful Coogi sweaters for a super duper long while, and two - I loved that I found it as a cardigan and not the original crew neck sweater, because I could then play with the middle area. As you see, I wore a deep red button up shirt to go super colorful although the sweater had done it’s job, and the gold medallion necklace, I made from a belt buckle. DIY!! Then I kept it a bit cool at the bottom with a pair of green shorts and my brother’s Sebagos. The End!