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Number Six London – Styled by Glenn Kitson

August 15, 2011

Here’s the first in a series entitled ‘Number Six & Co’. The basic premise is to take the stock available at Number Six London and have it cherry picked and styled by people in the Menswear industry, a visual reference of what the shop is stocking if you will. First up is founding member of the Rig Out, stylist and man with many fingers in many pies, Glenn Kitson.

The shoot features plenty of Ben Sherman Modern Classics, with a big chunk of Ralph Lauren Polo, plus items from NN07 and Utile (the duffel bag that I’ll be doing a more in depth post on soon), plus footwear courtesy of adidas and Clarks Originals.

Glenn says of his inspiration for the shoot: “Basically, I wanted to focus on classic working class style, using the early 80s as an influence. There are massive parallels at the moment with the early part of the 1980s, economically, socially and politically. It was also a period of amazing creativity amongst Britain’s youth in style and music. Never since that era has the quote ‘clean living under difficult circumstances’ seemed so apt.”

Once again a cracker of a shoot with loads of decent clothing, perfect for the colder months that will no doubt soon be upon us (it’s not far off September now after all). To have a look at more of the stock the shop carries, have a look at their website here: Number Six London.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. jonny Briggs permalink
    August 15, 2011 1:08 pm

    Some nice clobber, good shoot too. Just got The Rig Out too, its boss like!

  2. August 15, 2011 8:28 pm

    i’m looking much forward to it getting colder properly and not this naff summer not warm/not cold weather. like it all with the adidas

  3. Harold Shand permalink
    August 16, 2011 11:54 am

    Good to see something different from the usual generic Photo Shoot, that we have been served up for the last couple of years.

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