Fashion has always been about sending a message to people no matter what this message is either music, political views, sports, culture or whatever it is streetwear fashion always had a message behind it. My message on that day was friendship and the trust that I have with the people around me. Of course, fashion is a very materialistic thing which I have to admit, some material things like clothing do make me happy but most important than that what comes first is the people around and the inspiration I get from them. This evening in Chinatown was also a very inspirational time that I had because Chinatown is a place which is full of games, food and Asian culture which is really interesting and fun and it was nice to walk around experience different types of culture. So for that day I was wearing a Granted short sleeve lace-up hoodie with a Bershka ripped denim jacket which I really like. I was also wearing the casual navy blue jeans and the usual Adidas Yeezy 350 boost for the comfort.
Photography by Samella Farias @smmy_xox and Maxswel Farias @maxswel_farias
Edited by Bruno Fernandes @brulogy_
Featured People: Samella Farias @smmy_xox and Maxswel Farias @maxswel_farias
Being around a castle you can find many symbols which for me personally it inspires me to be the king of my own dreams and the things I do on the daily bases. Syon Park has many signs of nature and also royalty which can also translate to the way you think about your success in the future or the present. For that day I was wearing an Appliqués t-shirt because it can match with the different symbols of the castles and the environment around me. I was wearing my designed ripped jeans and also my Nike Blazer Mid.
Photography by Ana Manzan
Directed by Bruno Fernandes (Brulogy)
Nature is a thing which we are all part of, is something that for many of us it gives inspiration and also it makes us dream and be passionate about something. Many times it makes us appreciate the things we have and be grateful for it.
So for this day I was wearing the Yeezy 350 Boost because it was a really comfortable shoe to walk around the park.
I was wearing the All Saints Jovian LS Crew T-shirt which matched really well with some of the colours around the park. I was also wearing the Pull And Bear Navy blue jeans because they are the most comfortable jeans I have.
Photography by Ana Paula Manzan
Directed by Bruno Fernandes (Brulogy), Ana Paula Manzan, Maxswel Farias.
Walking around the city we can always find different things that can inspire us in different ways, they can be small or big but many times these things can change our perspective and the way we think. So for this day I chose to wear something more savage and decent at the same time starting with my Pull & Bear ripped jeans which I have for a long time and the ripped parts were actually designed by me. I was also wearing a Polo Ralph Lauren sweatshirt which the logo was matching the settings.
For the trainers there was a mix between the classic Nike blazers And the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350.
Photography and directed by Danny Marcus
Edited by Bruno Fernandes (BRULOGY).
London is a city witch is full of diversity and different types of people. London is a place full of different lights and colours. Of course when you hear about London, you will always here about the poor weather but this is something which we are all used to it. As you can see this day I was wearing a full camouflage outfit starting with my PULL AND BEAR camo jacket which was sold out at the start of this year but you can find a similar one at ASOS, Brave Soul Padded Camo Parka. In that day I was also wearing a TOPMAN khaki t-shirt which also matched with my outfit. The Joggers that I was wearing was the BERSHKA joggers which also sold out but there is a similar one at ASOS,Set In Camo Print. When you are walking in London you should always bring some comfortable shoes with you at all times so I was wearing the ADIDAS YEEZY BOOST 350 which were substituted by the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 but the normal 350's are always going to be the special ones for me.
Photography by Maxswel Farias.
Directed & edited by Bruno Fernandes (BRULOGY).