“Yo, Taylor, I’m unequivocally happy for you, I’ma let we finish… But Beyoncé had one of a best videos of all time.”
Kanye West is famous only as most for his testy outbursts as he is for, well, flattering most anything else he’s ever finished be it producing song or conceptualizing clothes. If we were alive in 2009 you’ll now recognize a above quote but a need for explanation; such a blip in a annals of cocktail enlightenment did a MTV Awards impulse make.
So what does all this ostensible dissimilarity have to do with a concomitant fire by Sanjog Rai of indication Alejandro Sanjuan who, admittedly, bears small similarity to a untimely Mr West?
Rai’s fire cites Kanye as a pivotal source of inspiration. It’s pretension will give we an inkling of why. Man Child. It’s about a child within us all, a child that likes to play dress-ups and have a occasional unscripted outburst. “We wanted to uncover a childish chronicle of a successful grown adult man,” says Rai. To that finish a styling by Jacky Parker Jiao mixes witty colour and imitation with a ostentatiousness of all-out luxury. Bring on a Louis Vuitton bags, a plush furs, and a Jeremy Scott for Adidas swift sneakers.
Mixing a worldly with a fun, Sanjog Rai‘s fire can be seen in full during a gallery above.