An Editorial By Photog Moses & Co. That Flips The Script On Concept Of Unisex

The concept of unisex generally translates to women styled in over-sized sport-inspired apparel aka the Tomboy look that arose from streetwear. This editorial featuring model Fon as shot and styled by New-York-based photographer Moses Moreno shifts the perspective to the dress category as realized by a male model, who wears designs made for both men and women.

Besides being beautiful imagery, it’s refreshing because it’s neither athletic or leisurely, plus it touches a a couple trends that are starting to gain steam, including and especially high-water trousers.

Featured labels include Soulland, Maison Margiela, Agnes B, Spinelli & Kilcollin, Giles & Brother, Cutler & Gross, G.H. Bass, Tripp NYC, Gypsy Sport, Nikolai Rose, Daang Goodman, Spinelli Kilcollin and Daang Goodman.

All photography and styling by Moses Moreno with Stefen Pompee as photo assistant and Mitchel Brumsted as styling assistant.


Soulland t-shirt, Maison Margiela woven, Agnes B belt, Spinelli & Kilcollin rings, Giles & Brother bracelets, Cutler & Gross sunglasses


G.H. Bass shoes


Tripp NYC mesh t-shirt, Gypsy Sport woven, Koche trousers & G.H. Bass shoes


Nikolai Rose necklace & Cutler & Gross vintage sunglasses


Tripp NYC Daang Goodman mesh t-shirt & Moschino suit


Spinelli & Kilcollin rings


Koche shirt, Acne denim & Apolis belt


Supreme drawers


Tripp NYC by Daang Goodman mesh t-shirt, Dzojchen suit, G.H. Bass shoes, Spinelli Kilcollin rings & Nikolai Rose necklace

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