Industrial Vibes Provide a Perfect Blank Canvas for Balenciaga in New Editorial

Parking garage – but make it fashion.

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Shot by Thong Luc and Styled by Shuchen Zhai, the latest editorial from perennially cool fashion publication Fucking Young! sees the magazine taking on some of the moment’s biggest and most popular brands.

Featuring an eclectic mix of names including Balenciaga, Uniqlo, Kingsman, Yang Li and Thom Browne alongside a host of other recognizable brands. Taking on a notably industrial vibe, the location of the shoot provides a fitting backdrop for some tongue-in-cheek contrast of styles, ranging from leather outerwear to oversized tailoring and the kind of small shades that are already making their way to being one of 2018’s biggest trends.

Take a look through the images above and let us know which of the pieces in the editorial you think stand out most. Elsewhere, in other small sunglasses news, check out a glimpse of the upcoming Martine Rose x MYKITA collaboration.

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