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 FusionKelvar which primarily focuses on editorials, product design, product photography, street style and lifestyle. Stay Inspired.
Funfere’s 360Fashion Style Diary: Day 4. (Check out Day 3 of Funfere’s 360Fashion Style Diary here).
I have on a technical jacket by Pull and Bear. Crafted from fine weave fabric in a block color, with contrasting trims and hidden seams. Featuring a funnel neck with a concealed zip fastening to the front, a hood with toggle tie, long sleeves with Velcro tabbed cuffs, twin zip close angled pockets to the hips, and one flap close and one zip close chest pocket. In a slim fitted cut, with a straight cut hem.
Pull and Bear is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer based in Narón, Galicia and founded in 1991. It focuses on casual, laid-back clothing and accessories for young people with a very urban style, at accessible prices. The stores themselves are designed as vanguardist spaces that are attractive to their target market.
New Balance is notable in that it has continued to maintain a manufacturing presence in the United States as well as in the United Kingdom for the European market—in contrast to its competitors in the same market space, such as Nike and Adidas, who design products in the US and Europe but outsource the majority of their footwear and apparel to manufacturers in China, Vietnam, and other developing nations.