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Urban Regeneration

The shoot embraces an edgier side to vintage fashion

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Set within the quirky labyrinths of York's very own Bison coffee house, a vintage renewal is taking place. By transforming vintage clothing into an urban, modern chic look, the shoot embraces Dog and Bone Vintage as a haven for unique student clothing.
We've taken a 50s blouse and layered it with a beautifully embroidered patchwork bomber jacket which harks back to the 80s. Pattern clashes aren't an issue when the hues of colour are harmonial. She's embracing the half-up bun, making the look more playful with a scrunchie. He's wearing a sheer-lined denim jacket, with a checked blue shirt and graphic jumper underneath. Complete the men's look with slim fitting jeans and desert boots. Get layered up this autumn so you're ready for winter.

Creative Director: Beki Elmer, Photographer: Rob McConkey, Fashion and Styling Assistants: Grace Howarth & Rachel Paix, Models: James McConkey & Maddie Clingan, Make up: Sarah Martin, Hair and Makeup Assistant: Beth Larkin

Clothes courtesy of Dog and Bone Vintage
With thanks to Bison Coffee House

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