We had the pleasure of having Junar to the studio to style both the Cambridge and Oslo with some of his favorite layered pieces, ready for the cooler winter season while keeping the look sharp and personalized. Explore the photos below for more from our time with the Chicago-based music producer, DJ and stylist, and to see how he pairs some of the classics with our new Cambridge and Oslo chronos.
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Gracing our blog today with her unique "urban minimalism with a dash of punk" style is Tatiana Gabrielle, an artist who splits her time between New York and Los Angeles. We love her taste in fashion, her work ethic, and the way she makes our Cape Town timepiece look so cool. To hear more about what interests her and who inspires her, read on. (You can see more from Tatiana Gabrielle on her Instagram account.)
My name is Tatiana Gabrielle, and I'm currently based in between New York and L.A. for work. I wear many hats as an artist, content creator, and now a personal assistant. I work on a lot of projects at a time because I'm very introverted. Art has allowed me to meet other artists and curators over the years. It's the only thing I'm willing to share with strangers.
I wish I was able to understand the importance of free time. I rarely ever have it, because I strongly believe that time is valuable in terms of work. Whenever I do chill out, I'm usually spending it talking to loved ones or studying astrology.
My friends and family [inspire me most]. I'm very lucky to always be around another artist, intellectual, or musician. Seeing their work and their drive pushes me each and every day to do my best.
[My style is] minimalistic but true to my inner-city and punk roots. Sometimes messy. Sometimes extremely clean-cut.
Taking over our blog today is Washington DC's Antonio Dillard. Popularly known for his work, deserted in urban, the content creator, photographer, stylist and dancer travels between New York and Los Angeles, seamlessly capturing minimalism and simplicity in his photography and styling.
I'm inspired by the littlest details and seeing things outside the box. Inspiration comes from the heart, so when I see other creative's passionate about their art it drives me to perfect my own craft. I spend more time often dreaming about how I can impact the world and make my dreams a reality.
In 5 years, I'd like to own my own store. It would be a conjunction of different offerings where creatives can meet, sell their products, collaborate, and do business while also pushing the movement of our ideas across the world.
Cape Town has become one of my favorites [Le Coeur timepieces] because it goes with any outfit for any situation; I wear it so much I almost forget I have it on.
I would describe my style as urban minimalism with abstract pieces that bring simplicity to a comfortable look, while still having that edge. It doesn't get any better than expressing one's self through art or style; people get to visually witness who you are.
Explore more of Antonio's work on Instagram.
This past weekend, we caught up with musician and artist Janni Pan to explore a few of Hong Kong Island's favored neighborhoods. Gracious, joyful, and genuine, Janni has a warmth about her that's immediately noticed. Read on as she chats with us about her personal style, what's been inspiring her lately, and how music has shaped her life.
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We caught up with Chicagoan Adeline Ania, the marketing guru behind Wicker Park's hippest pizza hub Dimo's, sales rep at Oak + Fort and contributing writer at Off-Kilter. Read on as the PR student and Algerian native shares with us her biggest inspiration, favorite way to spend time and how she sources her classic sense of style.