Mohawk hairstyle that considered to be a warrior significance in Native American tradition is clearly visible in Fashion industry nowadays. The savage appearance of the Mohican hairdo is clashed with the sophisticated gowns, mixed with the neo-punk attitude and merged with the sporty classic. Presented in numerous openings from the colorful selection with the rainbow like effects, accentuated with feathers, braided like in the rustic fairy-tale, Mohican just proves that cannot be reserved to the 80’s punk subculture anymore.
Mohawk hairdo supposed to be a manifest signature for anarchy and opposition to consumptionism while with the progress of style became one of the trends that is frequently borrowed or even adopted in various versions on the catwalk, official and public events, photography and high street on every day basis.
Good or not, judge yourself . There is my favourite t-shirt from Panapoo “GPunk” that utterly covers the idea of punk attitude and style that I proudly wear on my daily basis.
Bjork photography by Rankin text MICHAEL CRAGG styling ROBBIE SPENCER hair RAPHAEL SALLY at STREETERS make-up GEMMA SMITH-EDHOUSE at STREETERS using MYFACE COSMETICS styling assistant ELIZABETH FRASER-BELL make-up assistant HADEEL EL-TAL top by GILES; head piece custom made by ZARA GORMAN
Surrealistic game of patterns, prints, stripes and florals of “Polonaise” editorial in Dazed&Confused latest issue is captured by the photographer Paul Wetherell. The male model Taigen Kawabe reveals his feminine side of androgynous look. Hypnotizing and mysterious.
Credits Dazed&Confused Photographer: Paul Wetherell Stylist: Bryan McMahon Hair Stylist: Matt Mulhall Makeup Artist: Shinobu Model: Taigen Kawabe
Do you remember my post about Handcrafted Vogue Covers by Inge Jacobsen ? This time it will be another sewing piece of art meeting with fashion. Edgy, slightly surrealistic editorial from Dazed&Confused May edition is the source of fusion between fashion and art giving 3 dimensional feeling. Painstaking sewing artwok of Maurizio Anzeri and experimental photography by Richard Burbridge push the boundries between reality and imagery.
Credits: Dazed&Confused Editorial: It came from the Sky Photography by Richard Burbridge Styling: Robbie Spencer Artwork: Maurizio Anzeri Models: Herieth Paul, Dempsey Stewart, Charlotte Free, Bethany Terry, Christoph Ribbe, Kaan Tilki, Miles Frank and Sen Cast by Edward Kim