A return to the recent past for this season was in the air for a while, and I’m among those who were waiting anxiously for it. This fall is a riot of high-waisted jeans, checked flannel shirts, flatforms, … If you still didn’t noticed, we’re back in 1993. The label Maison De LaCour
, founded in 2009 by designer Julius LaCour Jr., is the bearer of this trend with a collection that celebrates the 90′s, the tartan, and the grunge style, mock scruffy, which characterized one of the most creative decades of 900 in all fields, from music, to art, to fashion. An ode to the pureststreetwear, that of the years in which the “cool kids” really lived the street, sometimes right on the street. A brand that was born from Julius’ desire to express individualism, uniqueness, putting part of himself and his own vision in each piece, handmade by himself. Pushing the boundaries of fashion always a little more far … “What’s wrong with a man in a skirt? Why is a women in baggy clothes not considered sexy?” On the one hand the provocation, the exploration of taboos, in fashion as in life, on the other hand craftsmanship, finishes and tailoring from someone who loves and knows fashion, a guy who has learned to sew by himself at the age of 13. The photos that are found in the gallery are from Tom Hafner Elicerio.