Monday 7 March 2011

Style Stalking... Dal Chodha

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Back in November, we were fortunate enough to talk through b magazine with both of the creative minds behind it. Created by b clothing’s Creative Director Jason Hughes and Editor Dal Chodha, the bi annual publication eloquently exposes the wider b Store ethos. Editorially driven, it looks at creatives from a wonderfully unique angle. The world it explores means that this is a publication that is nigh on impossible to put down. Since this initial meeting, we have seen Dal at various fashion shindigs and have always noted how well dressed he is. 

With this in mind we just could not resist style stalking him and thanks to the photography of Kasia Bobula we can. Here, we follow the Central Saint Martins graduate as he lives and works in London as a writer, editor and consultant. No doubt his five day style diary will brighten up your week...

Day One: Meeting at b Store

Beanie hat by John Smedley
Wool blazer by Simeon Farrar
Jumper with Swarovski crystal detail by Satyenkumar
Vintage 501 jeans by Levi’s
Shoes by Obedient Sons

Day Two: Home work


Jumper by Dries Van Noten
‘Genie’ sweatpants by American Apparel
Velvet slippers by Emma Hope

Day Three: Domestic miss


Beanie hat by Missoni
Jumper bought in charity shop
Trousers by James Long
Slippers by Obedient Sons
Document wallet by Comme des Garçons

Day Four: Buying books at Skoob


Beanie hat by Dries Van Noten
Jacket by Ann-Sofie Back
Cotton shirt by Marni
Jeans by Alexander McQueen
Boots by Marni
Tote bag by Simeon Farrar

Day Five: London Fashion Week


Beanie Hat by Missoni
Button-down jumper by b Store
Trousers by b Store
Wool blazer by Simeon Farrar
Velvet slippers by Emma Hope
Tote bag by Julie Verhoeven for Mulberry

Photography by Kasia Bobula


Anonymous said...

He wears beanie hats so, so, so well. The oversized jumper looks very cosy. WANT!

Fashion Philosopher said...

I love his accessoires, the beanies of course and the bags. His style is masculine with little playful feminine 'splashes of daring' like the Swarovski applicee on the jumper or the tote by Julie Vanverhoeven. The Fashion Philosopher

Matthew Spade said...

he does wear wooly hats well. my fav outfit is the one with the yellow hat actually, he just looks mega cool

Brandon said...

I think Dal should nay NEEDS TO open up a woolly hat shop! A shop that exclusively focuses on fantastic woolly hats, and I don't think you could find a better buy either. Also I'm rather loving his velvet slippers. It goes so well with his relaxed gypsy aesthetic. Maybe he should be the new face of Missoni Mens?

Sean Santiago said...

LOVE the Day Three look - those slippers! That jumper! Also: the Simeon Farrar tote is just beautiful.


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