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February 27, 2012

Tim Hamilton’s NYC Kids at A Pier

Tim Hamilton was fixated on this idea of New York kids hanging out at a pier: carefree, rebellious, and diverse; a “subculture of casual non-conformity”, he calls it, and this is what he sought to channel with his Redux Fall 2012 line.  These are the clothes I like to wear everyday: well-made, comfortable basics with fresh details, anchored by tough-luxe outerwear in washed leathers and heavy cottons, all expertly layered and worn with a hit of attitude.  Here’s a peek of what went on backstage and at the presentation.

violently frayed knits at Tim Hamilton Redux Fall 2012

Hamilton introduces "off-colors": not-quite-neon green and almost cranberry

Ramona Eschbach freshening up Nicola Wincenc's pretty boy locks

cute and capped

Sebastian helps illustrate the merits of a heavy knit over a skinny turtleneck.

the embodiment of youthful rebellion: an update on the cult classic "New York Fuckin City: t-shirt, handpainted on a front-yoke t-shirt

the full lineup of Tim Hamilton Redux Fall/Winter 2012

photographs by Hudson Shively

5 Comments

  • Andrew
    February 27th, 2012 at 4:19 pm

    love love love

  • Puck
    February 28th, 2012 at 3:37 pm

    Love the layout of your blog. All so clean! Great pictures too, love the leather jacket.

    Puck // ONEOFPOINTS.com</a

  • aldouswright
    March 14th, 2012 at 7:54 pm

    The yellow sweater on the red turtleneck and the cuffed trousers are definitely something I’d get. The baseball cap is also staying with me and will be coming out every fall trendy or not.

  • Aaron of The Urban Method.
    March 23rd, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    Great post! Huge fan. What.computer do u use?

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