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What is fashion without art? What is art without fashion? And what would the Sean Suen SS13 collection be without either fashion or art? Most likely just a rack of dull clothes.

The collection is a stand out approach to sleek sharp tailor cuts with a twist of Far East culture and futuristic edge. If we look deeper, it’s clear the distinguishing use of symmetrical hemlines bring about a distinctly masculine look that goes beyond high street urban, casual or even smart outerwear clothes. Contrastingly, the equally balanced hemlines are very much like the traditional wears of the Japanese Samurai Hakama and Japanese Kimono, featuring the combinations of midriff lengths, long lengths, structured shapes and wrap around waist ties, creating wonderfully unique asymmetrical silhouettes (verging on the futuristic of a matrix fashion realm). Just like the Japanese men’s Hakama and the opposing western men’s work suits, the colour palette is predominantly black, white and light shades of grey with minimal gold detail.

Recent trends within urban apparel have been to rock ‘all white’ as the new all black, wear flower and animal all over prints, the wearing of shorts over leggings/tights/ waxed jeans, and leathers; all of which have been demonstrated throughout the high end collection to some degree, yet executed more originally. The mesmerizing kaleidoscope motif of dark forest-like ink stained on each piece heightens the entire lookbook to more than a mere collection of nice menswear but a daring contemporary experiment of amazing visual fashion artistry.

Visit the website Seansuen.com

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Words by Abisola

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What is fashion without art? What is art without fashion? And what would the Sean Suen SS13 collection be without either fashion or art? Most likely just a rack of dull clothes.

The collection is a stand out approach to sleek sharp tailor cuts with a twist of Far East culture and futuristic edge. If we look deeper, it’s clear the distinguishing use of symmetrical hemlines bring about a distinctly masculine look that goes beyond high street urban, casual or even smart outerwear clothes. Contrastingly, the equally balanced hemlines are very much like the traditional wears of the Japanese Samurai Hakama and Japanese Kimono, featuring the combinations of midriff lengths, long lengths, structured shapes and wrap around waist ties, creating wonderfully unique asymmetrical silhouettes (verging on the futuristic of a matrix fashion realm). Just like the Japanese men’s Hakama and the opposing western men’s work suits, the colour palette is predominantly black, white and light shades of grey with minimal gold detail.

Recent trends within urban apparel have been to rock ‘all white’ as the new all black, wear flower and animal all over prints, the wearing of shorts over leggings/tights/ waxed jeans, and leathers; all of which have been demonstrated throughout the high end collection to some degree, yet executed more originally. The mesmerizing kaleidoscope motif of dark forest-like ink stained on each piece heightens the entire lookbook to more than a mere collection of nice menswear but a daring contemporary experiment of amazing visual fashion artistry.

Visit the website Seansuen.com

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Words by Abisola

Stampede clothing, an online clothing company stocking the latest and best in independent or up and coming brands is a fairly new name to grace the world of online shopping.

Committed to delivering its customers with brands and labels without a major backing, what’s offered is clothing not available on the high street giving the consumer a fresh selection of clothes to choose from without the usual “will everybody else have this” worry. Young, Talented and hard-working designers or brands are given an opportunity to get their work out there. Clothes are not mass-produced and instead we are offered fresh independent clothing from the likes of XCVB, Abandon Ship Apparel, Vapour and Boisht. Hat’s, Tee’s, Sweats and jumpers are just some of the items available.

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To checkout the full range of brands and products available, visit www.stampedeclothing.co.uk

Words by Kacion Mayers
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What is fashion without art? What is art without fashion? And what would the Sean Suen SS13 collection be without either fashion or art? Most likely just a rack of dull clothes.

The collection is a stand out approach to sleek sharp tailor cuts with a twist of Far East culture and futuristic edge. If we look deeper, it’s clear the distinguishing use of symmetrical hemlines bring about a distinctly masculine look that goes beyond high street urban, casual or even smart outerwear clothes. Contrastingly, the equally balanced hemlines are very much like the traditional wears of the Japanese Samurai Hakama and Japanese Kimono, featuring the combinations of midriff lengths, long lengths, structured shapes and wrap around waist ties, creating wonderfully unique asymmetrical silhouettes (verging on the futuristic of a matrix fashion realm). Just like the Japanese men’s Hakama and the opposing western men’s work suits, the colour palette is predominantly black, white and light shades of grey with minimal gold detail.

Recent trends within urban apparel have been to rock ‘all white’ as the new all black, wear flower and animal all over prints, the wearing of shorts over leggings/tights/ waxed jeans, and leathers; all of which have been demonstrated throughout the high end collection to some degree, yet executed more originally. The mesmerizing kaleidoscope motif of dark forest-like ink stained on each piece heightens the entire lookbook to more than a mere collection of nice menswear but a daring contemporary experiment of amazing visual fashion artistry.

Visit the website Seansuen.com

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Words by Abisola

Stampede clothing, an online clothing company stocking the latest and best in independent or up and coming brands is a fairly new name to grace the world of online shopping.

Committed to delivering its customers with brands and labels without a major backing, what’s offered is clothing not available on the high street giving the consumer a fresh selection of clothes to choose from without the usual “will everybody else have this” worry. Young, Talented and hard-working designers or brands are given an opportunity to get their work out there. Clothes are not mass-produced and instead we are offered fresh independent clothing from the likes of XCVB, Abandon Ship Apparel, Vapour and Boisht. Hat’s, Tee’s, Sweats and jumpers are just some of the items available.

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To checkout the full range of brands and products available, visit www.stampedeclothing.co.uk

Words by Kacion Mayers
PAUSE has teamed up with Relentless Energy drink to bring you the chance of winning Relentless LIVE tickets. This is the perfect gig for you and your friends this autumn with the line-up including the likes of Professor Green, Zane Lowe, Pure Love and a few surprises.

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We are giving away two free tickets to 5 lucky winners to come and party the night away on Relentless. The gig is located at Old Billingsgate, perfectly situated on the Thames edge in London.

RELENTLESS LIVE
Saturday October 19th 2013
Old Billingsgate
London

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What are you waiting for? Enter away to win what could be the best night of the year.

Here is what you need to do to win…

– Follow @Pause_mag on Twitter and re-tweet the competition from the @Pause_mag page
– Like and share the competition via PauseMag Facebook page

Two random winners will be chosen from Facebook & three random winners will be chosen from Twitter  – do it both so it can be you!
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What is fashion without art? What is art without fashion? And what would the Sean Suen SS13 collection be without either fashion or art? Most likely just a rack of dull clothes.

The collection is a stand out approach to sleek sharp tailor cuts with a twist of Far East culture and futuristic edge. If we look deeper, it’s clear the distinguishing use of symmetrical hemlines bring about a distinctly masculine look that goes beyond high street urban, casual or even smart outerwear clothes. Contrastingly, the equally balanced hemlines are very much like the traditional wears of the Japanese Samurai Hakama and Japanese Kimono, featuring the combinations of midriff lengths, long lengths, structured shapes and wrap around waist ties, creating wonderfully unique asymmetrical silhouettes (verging on the futuristic of a matrix fashion realm). Just like the Japanese men’s Hakama and the opposing western men’s work suits, the colour palette is predominantly black, white and light shades of grey with minimal gold detail.

Recent trends within urban apparel have been to rock ‘all white’ as the new all black, wear flower and animal all over prints, the wearing of shorts over leggings/tights/ waxed jeans, and leathers; all of which have been demonstrated throughout the high end collection to some degree, yet executed more originally. The mesmerizing kaleidoscope motif of dark forest-like ink stained on each piece heightens the entire lookbook to more than a mere collection of nice menswear but a daring contemporary experiment of amazing visual fashion artistry.

Visit the website Seansuen.com

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Words by Abisola

Stampede clothing, an online clothing company stocking the latest and best in independent or up and coming brands is a fairly new name to grace the world of online shopping.

Committed to delivering its customers with brands and labels without a major backing, what’s offered is clothing not available on the high street giving the consumer a fresh selection of clothes to choose from without the usual “will everybody else have this” worry. Young, Talented and hard-working designers or brands are given an opportunity to get their work out there. Clothes are not mass-produced and instead we are offered fresh independent clothing from the likes of XCVB, Abandon Ship Apparel, Vapour and Boisht. Hat’s, Tee’s, Sweats and jumpers are just some of the items available.

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To checkout the full range of brands and products available, visit www.stampedeclothing.co.uk

Words by Kacion Mayers
PAUSE has teamed up with Relentless Energy drink to bring you the chance of winning Relentless LIVE tickets. This is the perfect gig for you and your friends this autumn with the line-up including the likes of Professor Green, Zane Lowe, Pure Love and a few surprises.

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We are giving away two free tickets to 5 lucky winners to come and party the night away on Relentless. The gig is located at Old Billingsgate, perfectly situated on the Thames edge in London.

RELENTLESS LIVE
Saturday October 19th 2013
Old Billingsgate
London

EPK-PRESS-IMAGE_0979_TBC1

progreen

What are you waiting for? Enter away to win what could be the best night of the year.

Here is what you need to do to win…

– Follow @Pause_mag on Twitter and re-tweet the competition from the @Pause_mag page
– Like and share the competition via PauseMag Facebook page

Two random winners will be chosen from Facebook & three random winners will be chosen from Twitter  – do it both so it can be you!
Autumns here and so it’s out with the old and in with the new. Time to rearrange and re-up your wardrobe to start to gather your seasonal style. If you’re still unsure with what to rock this time around, no worries. We here at PAUSE have arranged some essentials for you. For best results, mix, match and play with these picks to have you looking your absolute best this autumn.

1. COS Wool Mix Parka – £190

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2. Jean.Machine Loopback Jersey – £95 @ Mr Porter

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3. Topman Green Tartan Flannel Shirt – £30

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4. Asos Grey Slim Fit Blazer – £75
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5. Zara Plain Circular Trousers – £22.99

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6. Jaxon Pinch Down Fedora – £28.95 @ hatsandcaps.co.uk

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7. Nike Flyknit+ – £90 @ Size
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8. AllSaints Cabot Chelsea Boot – £325

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9. Kenzo Tiger Print Tote – £190 @ Harvey Nichols

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10. River Island Ripped Patch Jeans – £45

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Words by Kacion Mayers