Our 360Fashion STYLE DIARY this week would feature FUNFERE KENIYE KOROYE, a graduate student of Domus Academy in Milan. An avid lover for fine art, fashion and the process of creating objects. He has been featured on over 20 websites and numerous magazines. He is also the founder of Fusion Kevlar which primarily focuses on editorials, product design, product photography, street style and lifestyle. Stay Inspired.
Funfere’s 360Fashion Style Diary: Day 2. (Check out Day 1 of Funfere’s 360Fashion Style Diary here).
When purchasing a pair of colourful sneakers, I take a couple things in account. My biggest concern is how do I wear it without looking like a child and what colors still keeps me youthful. I went by the Adidas store today and picked up a pair designed by Jeremey Scott. A man who has saved Adidas from drowning in a sea of the sneaker industry. He is known for bringing the Hermes legend onto its feet, by adding wings to shoes.
Jeremy Scott takes inspiration from everyone’s favorite prehistoric family, The Flintstones, as the designer drops his JS Bones silhouette for a run down memory lane. A bit tamer than previous releases if you are familiar, the kicks feature a basketball-style high top look with Leopard and reptilian detailing. Additionally, a removable triple-bone motif sees its way to the laces.
Jeremy Scott is an American fashion designer born in Kansas City, Missouri. He attended the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, for fashion design. Scott started his runway career in Paris and has since shown collections in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, London, Moscow and Seoul. He has built a reputation for outrageous designs favored by pop stars and celebrities.
To finish off, I paired the look with Black, Grey and Brown to keep it subtle. The letterman jacket is made by Prolessi, a Nigerian owned brand in the United states. The sweater is from Zara, the shirt is Carharrt and the pants are from H&M.
In conclusion, If one thing on you is a little crazy. Keep everything else simple.
Check out Day 1 of Funfere’s 360Fashion Style Diary here.
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