MADE Magazine Global Impact Issue - Page 18

MADELIFE [Monochromatic] This look is compiled by putting on tonal colors. It also works with combining different shades of the same color to achieve effortless style. Don’t be afraid to play with shapes references to give cultural influences. I N TE R N AT I O NAL Mens Fashion 5 Innovative International Looks to Explore MADE BY HARRISON CRITE Photo Credit: Eason Sin. To achieve effective international looks, one must focus on the culture. We are heavily influenced with global fashion—turbans, kimonos, European cuts, tunics...the list goes on. Below international fashion stylist Harrison T. Crite provides 5 tips to help achieve an international look. Explore your own closet—you just may have more cultural influence than you think. [Trim Accents] It’s all about trimming. Outlining and framing your body with color pop details gives you a great international look. This is easily achieved with racing attire as a go-to. Setting the base of a color allows your outfit accents to pop, giving you an overall clean aesthetic. made-magazine.com | [Go Bold or Go Home] Fashion abroad is all about taking risks. As exploring the styles of different cultures is influential, I’ve noticed the more bolder styles draw more reference. Step out of your comfort zone. Play with color, texture and shape. Don’t be afraid to try something new, you just might adapt it! 18