Also the genius stylist behind Dazed & Confused, Japanese Men's Vogue, and spreads in numerous other publications, Formichetti is responsible for the look pictured here. However, his personal style isn't nearly so elaborate. He explains, "I don’t really have time to think about myself, so I pretty much stick to a uniform of all black, basics from Uniqlo, mixed with some vintage ... pretty boring actually." Makes sense. If you work in an ice-cream factory, you probably don't want to go home and eat ice cream. If you're working with sparkly lobster hats all day, you probably don't want to put one on for your Saturday brunch. [Fashion Indie]
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