No, this is not a Nike campaign. But it probably should be. His & Hers // Black & White.
“Black is modest and arrogant. Black is lazy and easy – but mysterious. But above all, black says this: ‘I don’t bother you – don’t bother me.’” – Yohji Yamamoto
This was alternatively titled, “Why are you wearing all black?” “I’m mourning myself”, but I found that a little too long, albeit incredibly apt for the last few weeks. Although my <a href="http://www acheter viagra chine.instagram.com/foyinog” onclick=”__gaTracker(‘send’, ‘event’, ‘outbound-article’, ‘http://www.instagram.com/foyinog’, ‘Instagram’);”>Instagram has been all happiness and sunshine, my Twitter has been a better indication as to how I’ve been lately, filled with melodramatic postings accompanied by memes to maintain my carefree aesthetic.
“We came alive in this city. The people, the pace and the chaos.”
Mr Price has always been one of those brands that is always on trend, and one trend that is still cool right now – thanks to veterans like A$ap Rocky (and maybe Kayla Itsines?) – is urban street style and sports luxe, and their new STREET range is definitely that international aesthetic on a budget (which is something that I, officially a student, can seriously appreciate).
|photos taken by anjola og|
okay, so sorry (not sorry) about the unannounced hiatus, but, seeing as i’ve just written the most physically/mentally grueling sets of exams thus far (and technically, i’m still writing them), i made the decision to focus on academics for a while. and that decision will be repeated from mid august-mid september (that was your warning, heed it!). buuuuuuuut since i just couldn’t stay away, here’s a little outfit post.