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Vogue: Adam Kimmel by Benjamin Morsberger

Adam Kimmel has been catapulted into the realm of fashion fame over the last few years through his creative transference of unlikely inspirations into tailored, exciting and at times slightly outlandish menswear. In this short video piece, filmmaker Benjamin Morsberger captures a series of intimate moments with the designer – recalling private memories about working with iconic photographer Jim Cranston for his “Marlboro Man” collection, New York-based artist George Condo on his “Casino” collection (who could forget those ghoulish masks), and even launching a spontaneous block party in Paris during the photoshoot for his Snoop Dogg-inspired “Hip Hop” collection. The video is only a couple seconds over 6 minutes long, but it does an excellent job of providing real insight about how Adam Kimmel provides the catalyst for seemingly bizarre inspirations to turn into “masculine, classic, beautifully tailored garments.”

Source: Vogue

Date: /Author: Douglas Brundage
Category:  Culture/Tags:  Adam Kimmel, Style, Interviews, Vogue, Videos, Culture, Benjamin Morsberger
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