Steve McQueen Shrine Built in Korea


Hipster city kids would abscond their left nut to go to Shibuya and Harajuku city kids would drop the baby to head out to the american midwest. The world we live in is twisted in more ways than one, I don’t need to tell you that. The asian fascination with classic americana style seems to have no end in sight, which is fine by me, because their unyielding eye to form and function, coupled with classic american no-bullshit-this-shirt-better-last-me-until-I’m-45 has given us workshop-chic. Take Korean brand Tailorable for instance, their latest collection is a direct homage to the man who was ubiquitous to the term work-shop chic, Steve Mcqueen. You got to admit, it’s pretty damn close.




By: Mikhail Budhai – Style


2 Responses to “Steve McQueen Shrine Built in Korea”

  1. 1 Dr. ! November 26, 2008 at 4:22 am

    I think “D” is my favorite.

  1. 1 Steve McQueen Shrine Built in Korea | Eleven Magazine Trackback on November 25, 2008 at 12:58 pm

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