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CONNECTIVITY THROUGH CREATIVITY
SLASHSTROKE IS A COLLABORATIVE ORGANISATION AND OUTLET OFFERING AND PRODUCING PROJECTS ACROSS ALL AREAS OF ART/FASHION/MUSIC/LITERATURE/DESIGN/FILM -
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE

Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.

Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE

STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE

MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE

Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.

Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE

STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE

MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE

Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.

Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE

STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE

MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE

Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.

Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE

STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE

MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE

Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.

Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE

STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE

MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE

Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.

Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE

STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE

MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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A MARTINE ROSE HOMAGE
Fascinated by gender blur, the menswear designer Martine Rose continues to explore the boundaries of boy/girl; using fabrics and details traditionally associated with womenswear and stretching the extremities of the male silhouette.
Looking to subculture, sportswear or her musical heroes (Rick James, Prince, Mark E. Smith) for stylistic starting points, her references shift each season but her refusal to be constrained by a fixed masculinity is an ongoing theme.
PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVID POOLE
STYLING: PHILIP CLARKE
MODEL: ARIS @NEVS
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/08/20/a-martine-rose-homage-arizona-xx-rose/
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Comme Des Garcons SS15 illustrated by Alex Mein for Slashstroke
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/07/29/men-of-ss15-an-illustrated-selection-part-3/
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Comme Des Garcons SS15 illustrated by Alex Mein for Slashstroke
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/07/29/men-of-ss15-an-illustrated-selection-part-3/
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Raf Simons SS15 illustrated by Alex Mein for Slashstroke
http://slashstrokemagazine.com/2014/07/29/men-of-ss15-an-illustrated-selection-part-3/