There’s nothing new about a Seventies cowboy, but the J. Lindeberg version hit every mark. From the fringed suede jacket and skinny pants to the Western shirts and hats, Jessy Heuvelink has obviously done his thrift store homework.

 

The rocker character that easily coexists with Lone Ranger was present in the skinny suits and fitted evening blazers.

 

Subtle androgyny came in the form of silk shirts paired with jewel-tone neck scarves.

 

J. Lindeberg might not be setting the trend, but it is a good option for the trendy customer.

By  on July 16, 2015

There's nothing new about a Seventies cowboy, but the J. Lindeberg version hit every mark. From the fringed suede jacket and skinny pants to the Western shirts and hats, Jessy Heuvelink has obviously done his thrift store homework. The rocker character that easily coexists with Lone Ranger was present in the skinny suits and fitted evening blazers. Subtle androgyny came in the form of silk shirts paired with jewel-tone neck scarves. J. Lindeberg might not be setting the trend, but it is a good option for the trendy customer.

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