This is my outlet. Plain and to the point.
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Shot in a grungy bar in China, Kama Wuwu shows us another side of this subculture from the East. It was shot in analog film to preserve the raw quality of depth shown here. This is Kama’s second contribution to the site, here in dark corners with stories told through the graffiti on the walls.
Photographer: Kama Wuwu
Fresh. There have been so many great submissions lately that I can’t even begin to keep up. The only word that I can think of to describe this series by Aysha Banos, is fresh. It really makes me so glad that I live here on the West Coast.
Photography: Aysha Banos
Model: Diane Rosser
A few words from photographer, Andrew Kalashnikov about his editorial for fashiongrunge.com:
In every generation there seems to be a deep significance on events past. It seems that when it comes to nostalgia it’s my generation’s turn to wax poetic about the glorious time of the 90s. When I was a kid in the 90s I never had a sense that I was living in the most awesome decade. Man, I was.
Now as we reach the digital age when everything is immediate and open to interpretation, there is a new genre that emerges from 20 years ago. It was called grunge and now for lack of a better word it’s simply “Neo-grunge”. A few months ago I did an inspiration post on the topic. I thought it was time for another spin. I know people will argue that ‘grunge’ is a relative term based on music and mounds of flannel. We as people have evolved so naturally the subcultures evolve with it. Searching on tumblr, pinterest, and various other image sites I bring you what is now tagged as “neo-grunge”.
Welcome to the next generation…
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Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele is one of my current model crushes. I love the ease that she portrays in everything she’s in. She’s been walking the runways of almost every major designer and appearing in so many inspiring editorials. The one above is one of my favs from Dazed and Confused. She seems to have a sort of 90s DIY spirit about her, so perfect to profile her for today’s post!
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The new lookbook from North Carolina based shop Edge of Urge is pure 90s inspiration heaven. It reminds me of the times when I would wear rainbow knit sweaters, florals, and tons of deconstructed denim all with my Doc Martens. Oh wait, I still wear the same exact styles today. And I wouldn’t change it for the world.
Photography: Benton Sampson
Model: McKenzie W. @ Tout Talent
Styling: Michael Ussery & Jessie Yeager
Hair/Makeup: Garnett Graham