Styling Japanese Fashion Brands: Pt6: BEAMS.

Styling Japanese Fashion Brands:Pt6:BEAMS.

Hello everyone out there, as always it’s good to see you. I’m back with another one, by the way I AM JMADDD STYLES, and you are about to be styled by me. Welcome to my latest vlog/blog post Styling Japanese Fashion Brands: Pt6: BEAMS. Today I’m picking back up ,where I left off a few months ago speaking on and showing you how to style various Japanese fashion brands and bring awareness to these brands that a lot are not familiar with unless you are a true fashion brand enthusiast , that is well versed in various brands from all over. IF you have not had the chance to see parts 1-5 , be sure to give a quick scroll down so you can get caught up, or take a look at my YouTube channel where you can see all five videos. Today im talking BEAMS , this Japanese fashion brand is probably one of the most cohesive that I have seen in a very long time . It’s almost as though each designed piece was produced with the last piece in mind before it. This brand has all the needed essentials that make for a complete clothing line, nothing to outlandish or non relatable but everything that can be used to build an essential wardrobe that almost everyone can wear. By my observation this line gives you the best quality of goods when it comes to materials, for the given price point which falls under the bracket of moderate , so you won’t have to break the bank to own a piece of this international brand. Basically out of all the Japanese Fashion brands that I have covered this one is by far my personal favorite next to NEEDLES. But as always , I can show you better than I can tell you.

All looks in the video have been styled & arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.

Be sure that you watch the video all the way through for the extra added bonus content. If you would like to shop the looks in the video and above, be sure to log onto, www.shopstyle.com , www.ralphlauren.com , www.farfetch.com and www.beams.co.jp . This is a style/ Fashion channel or vlog/blog , intended to help you to both enhance your personal style and wardrobe. If you are not still sure how to do so, then feel free to contact me @ johncm43@verizon.net or johncm43@gmail.com.

Extra added bonus content.
Extra added bonus content.

Well there it is , looks like we have just reached the end of yet another blog post. As always , I hope you have enjoyed reading and viewing it , as much as I enjoyed presenting it to you. This has been Styling Japanese Fashion Brands : Pt 6 : BEAMS , and I AM JMADDD STYLES. That’s it for now, so until the next time…IM GONE.

Be sure to meet me back here , for my next upcoming blog post.

Fashion Between The Panels: The Women of MARVEL: Pt6.

Fashion Between The Panels: The Women of MARVEL: Pt6.

Hello everyone out there , as always it’s good to see you. I’m back with another one, today im going to revisit an ongoing series that I started a little while ago, that I have not come back to in a few months. So today I am going to pick back up with another installment of Fashion Between The Panels: The Women of MARVEL. Right now at present I am up to Pt 6 in The Women of MARVEL series , be sure to scroll down the site to see parts 1-5. The purpose of this series is to show you how to draw fashionable inspiration from the least likely places to come up with new looks to help enhance your personal style and wardrobe. With each segment I use 3 Marvel Comics Heroines to draw the inspiration from, the subjects being used today as the backdrop or inspiration for today’s looks are Yelena Belova ( The Black Widow ) , Maya Lopez ( ECHO ) , & Jennifer Walters ( The Sensational She Hulk). By the way for those that are not to familiar with myself I AM JMADDD STYLES and you are currently being styled by me, with that said let’s go right on ahead and get started.

All looks in the video have been styled & arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled & arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled & arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled & arranged by JMADDD STYLES.

To shop all the looks from the video or the pics above, log onto the following sites, www.shopstyle.com , www.skims.com and www.farfetch.com . Just as a reminder, this is a style/fashion channel or vlog/blog site , intended to help you to both enhance your wardrobe and personal style. If after looking at this , you are still not sure how , then feel free to contact me and we can talk about it @ johncm43@verizon.net or johncm43@gmail.com . Well there it is just like that , we have just reached the end of yet another vlog/blog post , as always I hope you have enjoyed reading and viewing it ,as much as I enjoyed presenting it to you. I AM JMADDD STYLES and this has been Fashion Between The Panels: The Women of MARVEL: Pt 6. That’s it for now, so until the next time…IM GONE…!!!..

Be sure to meet me back here next time for my next upcoming vlog/blog post.

Styling Japanese Fashion Brands: Pt4: NIGO.

Styling Japanese Fashion Brands: Pt 4 : NIGO.

Hello everyone out there, as always it’s good to see you. For those that are not to familiar with myself or this blog/vlog , I AM JMADDD STYLES, and you are just in time for my latest blog post, Styling Japanese Fashion Brands:Pt 4: NIGO. If you have not had the opportunity to view the other three parts of this series then by all means scroll down and view them , then meet me back here , for what is the fourth and Final part of this ongoing series. For this fourth installment, I will speaking on NIGO , the designer and creator of two of the most popular Japanese fashion brands, right now. BAPE & HUMAN MADE. Even though these two brands were created by the same fashionable mind, they are completely different from a style point of view. Where as BAPE is more on the side of a true streetwear brand ,HUMAN MADE , gives you a , more casually cool vibe and feel, that is not quite as gritty and cutting edge. Aside from developing two great brands, NIGO has had his hand in more fashionable collaborations than SUPREME, or so it seems , and that is a major league accomplishment in this industry. NIGO and his various brands have collaborated with the likes of Louis Vuitton , COACH ,and Dr. Martin’s. Just to name a few. With that said, it is now time to get into my latest fashionable production to give you a little more insight on NIGO and his brands.

All looks in this video have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.

NIGO is one of those creatives that seems to be always firing on all cylinders, meaning it seems as though he can’t miss. Each time he has introduced a brand to the market place , be it directly one of his brands or a brand collaboration, it’s always at just the right time or so it seems, to make the consumer want , whatever it is that NIGO is producing now or in the near future. To shop the looks that you are seeing in the video and in the pics above , log onto www.bape.com or www.humanmade.jp .

Hopefully as always, this video and blog has inspired you to enhance your personal wardrobe and style. If you are still not sure how, that’s what people like myself are for. Contact me and we can talk about it, (johncm43@verizon.net) & (johncm43@gmail.com).

Well there it is, just like that ,we have just reached the end of yet another blog post. I hope you have enjoyed reading it, just as much as I enjoyed presenting it to you for you to read and view. This has been, Styling Japanese Fashion Brands:Pt 4: NIGO ,and I AM JMADDD STYLES. That’s it for now, so until the next time…IM GONE..!!!.

Styling Japanese Fashion Brands: Pt 3: UNDERCOVER

Styling Japanese Fashion Brands:Pt3: UNDERCOVER.

Hello everyone out there, as always it’s good to see you. For those that are not to familiar with myself or this blog , and maybe logging on for the first time, I AM JMADDD STYLES. I am a Fashion Stylist , Image Consultant, Personal Fashion Shopper & Style/Fashion Blogger. You are just in time to join me for my latest blog post. This is part 3 of the series Styling Japanese Fashion Brands. The subject of today’s series is the Japanese fashion brand , UNDERCOVER, by Jun Takahashi. The UNDERCOVER brand has all the makings of a great streetwear brand, but encompasses a little more than just streetwear. More than clothing riddled with logo’s and being overly branded , there are also pieces that have more of an understated casual look for those that are not into heavy branding and logos.I’m not going to say that I’m a complete fan of the entire line, but there are pieces that do stand out and speak to my personal style esthetic. But aside from that , the pieces of the collection are fairly easy to style and put together for a stylish on trend look. The brand has collaborated with many different brands , such as SUPREME, NIKE, & VALENTINO ,just to name a few. As you will see in my latest fashionable production, which you are about to have a look at. So here it is , my latest fashionable production….

All looks in this video have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.
All looks have been styled and arranged by JMADDD STYLES.

As always with all my vlog/blogs , the purpose is to inspire you to enhance your personal wardrobe and style. But just incase you are feeling a little lost still when it comes to the style game and improving your personal wardrobe and style, that’s what people like me are here for. So feel free to contact me and we can talk about it, email me @ (johncm43@verizon.net ) or ( johncm43@gmail.com ). To shop the looks that are in this video, log onto www.mrporter.com or www.farfetch.com .

Well there it is, just like that we have just reached the end of yet another blog post. I hope you have enjoyed reading and viewing it as much as I have enjoyed presenting it to you. I AM JMADDD STYLES and this has been Styling Japanese Fashion Brands Pt3:UNDERCOVER. That’s it for now, so until the next time…IM GONE..!!!.

Be sure to meet me back here for my next upcoming blog post.