To stand at a place where you cannot be removed requires you to have the knowledge, the skill, and the look of leadership.
RJ and Simon are the leading men in this editorial showing off some not so plain apparel. They teach us that at times, a huge and risky leap doesn’t have to be taken to make a stylish impression. Going with what you know can be a solid choice.
Level37- Know Thyself
RJ King and Simon Van Meervenne for August Man photographed by Christian Rios.
It’s true. Sometimes the city streets can have you in some uncomfortable and ‘am I going to die tonight?’ situations. But the one thing to remember is to be fearless and have fun in the present moment. Who can say that they’ve enjoyed take-out with a few new found friends outside on a warm evening? Or has eaten pizza without a fork? You’ll be able to if you make the city yours to own.
Level37- Street Style
RJ King for Bullett Magazine photographed by Torian Lewin and Barbara Anastacio.
Apathy, slothfulness, procrastination. How is it possible for all of these attitudes to be represented in character with apparel telling a different story? It would be expected for these gents to be an entire season or two behind when it comes to expressing seasonal trends.
It’s proven here that although one may feel as if he doesn’t feel like doing anything at all, not even keeping a proper posture when seated, that he certainly doesn’t have to dress according to his emotions.
It’s a glimmer of hope. Perhaps one day, one of these guys will come around to doing something…eventually.
Level37- In A Moment
RJ King, Sid Ellisdon and Jay H. photographed by Ivan Muselli for Dedicate Magazine.