Julius breaks the boundaries between the masculine and the feminine, with leather bras alongside cargo pants and trench coats.
His collection seemed to investigate the boundaries of the feminine and the masculine – a question that he answered by creating a hybrid body, both effeminate and aggressively male. He did so by transferring archetypical elements from the female wardrobe into men’s lingo: leather bras and skirts, alongside army boots and leather trench coats. One notable look consisted of a black maxi-skirt with a large frontal slit, worn with a calfskin bra, necklace and arm bands – all worn by a transvestite, hotter-than-Kate, long-haired model. The collection in a nutshell? Dystopian, fearless, hermaphrodite. (via dazeddigital.com)
Need or want? What’s the difference, I cannot remember.
Need more backpacks in your life? Of course you do. Tenue De Nimes have teamed up with CS Bell’s Paolo Bellini to created this canoe backpack. The canvas is waxed and the straps are leather and it’s built with all the timeless ruggitude a man could want. (Tenue De Nimes)
When does someones personal freedom and amendment rights cross the line of common decency? This is not a gay or straight issues but I know for a fact that many gay men in SF feel as if certain moral or ethical rules do not apply to them because this is “their gay” town. I think it just boils down to the leather queen being tacky and rude by the sounds of it. I’m curious how this will all unfold. – AB
Condo Owner’s Leather Sex Dilemma
A new condo owner in the Glen Park neighborhood of San Francisco is in a bind — he sunk all of his money into a place for himself and his 10-year-old son. But when he went to remove the carpeting, his downstairs neighbor informed him that he enjoys “leather sex” and that it would be audible in the upstairs bedrooms without an effective sound barrier.
- Condo Owner’s Leather Sex Dilemma (pinkbananaworld.com)
- Carpet comes up, and so does neighbor’s leather sex (sfgate.com)
HOLY MACARONI! Yes from head to toe.
PRPS – one of the champions in the denim market – continue to refine their outerwear. Season to season, they continue to gain strength and position themselves father away from the singular denim game. Chambray and worked out tops, including a waist length leather jacket, offer contemporary and casual looks that are pretty accessible to most.
More looks after the click.
- The Denim Doctor: Denim-on-Denim Dos and Don’ts (self.com)
- Valuations: Are These PRPS Jeans Worth $1,000? – Scene Asia – WSJ (ekonometrics.blogspot.com)