Fashion 7m

Words by Tom Disalvo //

Flowers, flares and funk.

Seemingly ripped from a 1970’s fashion mag, the recent collaboration between Tetsuta Shinoda and Jacquline Mitchell helps TeT’s thrifted clothing shine in all its retro glory. In the shoot, The ever-dazzling Zeppelin Hamiltion and Emily McConochie sport shoulder-padded blazers and psychellic-print pants, complete with earthy disco tones straight from a vintage daydream.  

Aside from its blissful nostalgia for a time gone by, the recent TeT Custom drop is fashioned sustainably, with its namesake stylist using recycled kimonos as embellishments. Photographer Jacquiline Mitchell shares this passion for eco-friendly fashion saying “I love the idea of reviving an otherwise unloved item and saving the environment at the same time!” she says.

Check out the shoot above, and shop TeT’s signature look here

Talent: Zeppelin Hamilton & Emily McConochie
Photographer: Jacqueline Mitchell
Styling: Tetsuta Shinoda
Hair and Makeup: Alana Gee
Flowers: Laila Wicks

Words by Tom Disalvo January 15, 2021
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