I’m pretty sure when ZZ Top wrote “Sharp Dressed Man” they had Nick Wooster in mind. If you’re not familiar with Nick Wooster, he’s a menswear icon. I suppose you deserve that title when you Men’s Fashion Director for Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman on your resume. Add to that he’s a Tumblr blogging extraordinaire and there you have Mr. Wooster.
One of the areas at PROJECT was called Project Wooster – in this area Nick Wooster showcased his personal exploration of how brands interpret the evolution of fashion and how they adopt and mold historical references into collection that move us forward and shape the future. Using Tokyo as a pivotal source of inspiration, Project Wooster highlights Japanese designers and exposes their mastery in crafting product that transcends culture and time. Nick Wooster collaborated with brands that he felt were the best in the category – unfortunately the products are for men but the ladies can definitely use the bags and luggage which were my favorite. We all know I’m a sucker for menswear and camo. See my favorite pieces from Project Wooster below
- Blogger PROJECT: Bloggers Curated by Marcus Troy
- Future of Fashion: The Virtual Runway
- Tou from Itaru Yonenaga: Whimsical Miniatures for your Neck
- Rei Kawakubo of Comme Des Garcons for H&M
- Uniqlo Teams Up With Designers For Limited Collections