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The Look of the Season? Bohemian Style

Take cues from revolutionaries of times past.

Chase Pellerin

In post-WWII Paris, the intellectual café society championed be-bop, jazz and the existential thought of Jean-Paul Sartre. They gathered in the Rive Gauche (Left Bank) district, promoting bohemian cool in Paris and beyond. In America, the beats, feminists and hippies were disrupting societal norms extending, not least of all, to style. Out of this cauldron of intellectual creativity came the modern iterations of bohemian style, trickling down through popular culture in France, Britain and the U.S. through the ’70s and on into our current decade. The style is highlighted by natural fabrics, casual fits and creative modification. In times like these, it’s worth remembering the disruptive trends of centuries past, and at the very least let their revolutionary thoughts influence your style.

Brooklyn Bohemian

Slim Fit Melange Cotton T-Shirt by Todd Snyder and Champion $55
Hemp Sweater by Our Legacy $425
Quilted Denim Jacket by Kapital $725
512 Slim Taper Fit Jeans by Levi’s $70
Achilles Retro Leather Trimmed Suede Sneakers by Common Projects $440
Evo Big Day-Date Stainless Steel Watch by Mondaine $650
Gelt Square-Frame Acetate Sunglasses by Moscot $290

About the Location

This look was shot at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Park, a.k.a. the best view in Brooklyn. A proper fit for the neighborhood, this branch of the 1 Hotel group mixes eco-industrial with luxe amenities and it never, ever obscures the view. Learn More: Here

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