Felix Cooper's portraits capture classic clubwear, from Fred Perry to Versace
Buttoned-up, but not starchy - the plain, sharp, shirt collar is the focal point
Inspired by the flash-faced, straight-up portraiture that populated style bible The Face in the mid-nineties, photographer Felix Cooper captured a new generation of club kids across four European cities over five days in February 2014.
Copenhagen, Paris, Newcastle and London teenagers are all immortalised, dressed in the classic clubwear of the late twentieth century: the buttoned-up shirt collar, by everyone from Fred Perry through to Versace.
Photography: Felix Cooper
Paris casting: Martin Franck
Copenhagen casting: Sylvester Ulv
Post-production: Bror Ivefeldt
All photographic processing, developing and print by Labyrinth Photographic
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