Fashion: Urban jungle
Sunday 25 July 1999
Left: trilby, pounds 115, by Herbert Johnson, 54 St James St, London SW1, 0171 408 1174; pink long-sleeve T-shirt, pounds 35, by Comme des Garcons, 59 Brook St, London W1, 0171 493 1258; jacket, to order, by Pascal Humbert, 00 331 47039615; trousers, pounds 215, shoes, to order, both by Ann Demeulemeester, from Liberty, London W1, 0171 734 1234.
Top: black shirt, pounds 120, by Yohji Yamamoto, 14-15 Conduit St, London W1, 0171 491 4129; wide-leg trouser, pounds 165, by Alessandro Dell' Acqua, from Harvey Nichols, London SW1, 0171 584 0011; martial-arts shoes, pounds 60, by Adidas, from Offspring, 60 Neal St, London WC2, 0171 497 2463.
Above: chequered vest, pounds 15, from Black Out II, 51 Endell St, London WC2, 0171 240 5006; trousers, pounds 175, by Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, 33 Sloane St, London SW1, 0171 235 5839; leather fingerless gloves, to order, by Miu Miu, from Selfridges, London W1, 0171 629 1234; check pumps, pounds 36.99, by Vans, from Offspring, as before
Above: grey waistcoat (part of suit), pounds 1,000, by Versace, 34-36 Old Bond St, London W1, 0171 499 1862; black T-shirt, pounds 55, by Dolce & Gabbana, from Harvey Nichols, as before; leather fingerless gloves, as before.
Right: turquoise leopard-print vest, pounds 140, by Raf Simons, from Browns, 23-27 South Molton St, London W1, 0171 491 7833
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