Birmingham Street Style Project – Damion

Another set of images for my Birmingham Street Style Project and in collaboration with The Rakish Gent – Damion whom I photographed at Bullring. Damion looked very stylish, in an effortless urban way, in his three quarter double-breasted coat, slim black jeans and slate T-shirt.

This is the case when the whole monochrome tone-on-tone trend is interpreted succinctly and effectively. Textured fabrics contrast with plain ones, shiny metal skulls are set against matt T-shirt, and urban suave look is counterpoised by the braids and ‘tribal’ urban street men jewellery – studded wrist band and jet bracelets, and the skull necklace. I even took Damion aside to the uneven stone wall surface to continue with the monochrome theme.

Have I told you that I am in love with the skull jewellery? There are plenty of offerings on the high street, but my favs come from Shopstyle.

Birmingham Street Style Project Damion

Birmingham Street Style Project - Damion wearing tweed chevron coat, slim black jeans, slate T-shirt and skull men jewellery

Birmingham Street Style Project Damion

Traditional weave patterns can be styled in different ways. Love Damon's contemporary urban interpretation

Birmingham Street Style Project Damion

Monochrome look - tone on tone

Birmingham Street Style Project skull men jewellery

Trendy skull necklace

Birmingham Street Style Project studded wrist band and bracelets

Men jewellery - studded wrist band and bracelets - completes the look