Saturday, 16 June 2018



With this particular post, you may not see much in terms of men 
in traditional or conventional menswear. That really isn’t the focus here, 
but more the celebration from across fashiondom, of what’s new, 
what’s exciting, and what you all want to bring to the party. 
Men in womenwear, women in menswear. In these ever changing, 
rapidly evolving modern times of gender fluidity, it’s more usual now to 
see a softening or more blurred edge, to masculine / feminine looks.
In Japan it’s much more obvious and way more exciting visually, 
to encounter styles that blur gender definition of what traditionally 
we are meant, or are told we should wear. At #LFWM SS19 
you could see that blurring start to show its face a little, 
without fear or judgement.

Well lets start with the images in this first post from #LFWM
Hopefully what we shot will interest and inspire some of you. 
There were many new faces, new personalities and characters. 
Welcome to you all.  

Let’s stop skirting around the issue here. We love the #kilt. 
versatile, unisex, intriguing, stylish, an essential impact item that works 
with so many looks. During the 4 day event we spotted several women 
donning the #kilt, and managed to bring a few of those images to you.

 This is photographer Eva Al Desnudo in DMs rocking her tartan kilt
 This is Strategist Jojo Vandal kidd in her tartan kilt and sporran. She gives 
the look an urban edge with her beret, dark glasses and leather jacket.
Who's up for a laugh then. Looks like it's Jojo and Harper
Here we have the amazing rising star, blogger and Influencer HARPER SILIN 
also in her tartan kilt and sporran, with Vivienne Westwood AngloMania heels.

Rounding off this post with some denim, but we'll be back with more.
All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 
 These images are copyrighted and belong to Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE.
You cannot use these images unless permission is given.

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