Job for the Boys

 

Uniforms are no longer confined to the four walls of an office, kitchen, building site, or further afield. In recent years, street fashion has co-opted workwear as a statement. Luka Phelan explores this development contrasting real life uniforms with their streetwear alternative. Find a chef and a carpenter alongside two young man. Find a young man imitating military garb but, unfortunately, without an actual army man – he was hard at work.

PHOTOGRAPHED BY LUKA PHELAN
FASHION EDITOR: PAUL MCLAUCHLAN
MODELS: Rob O’Mahoney, Kieran Hurley, Daire Claffey, Ryan Flynn, Owen Forde

ALL CLOTHES FROM PRIMETIME, WASHINGTON STREET, CORK
PAGE 2 KIERAN HURLEY –
Carhartt jacket, 154EUR
Carhartt t-shirt, 37EUR
Chef pants, photographer’s own
Shoes, model’s own

PAGE 4 RYAN FLYNN –
Carhartt jacket
Pants, model’s own

PAGE 5 OWEN FORDE
Army fleece, 139EUR
Neckwarmer, 27EUR
Joggers, 89EUR All Carhartt
Shoes, model’s own