Friday, 24 January 2014

Bevel Etiquette

As you know, I have always appreciated the wonderful way Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs manage to make travelling not only look stylish but educational; their travels (especially their recent one to South Africa) is testament to the fact that you can't travel, meet new people, explore new spaces and manage to stay the same person. Travelling enlightens you. This time Street Etiquette has launched a new project called Bevel Etiquette which illustrates their travel experiences from an entirely different vantage point - local barbershops, current hairstyles and male grooming. This makes complete sense, barbershops are a social and cultural breeding ground, if you want to get to know people and also get an understanding of their lived experiences local barbershops are a rich reference.  This concept is genius and it's bad enough that there's a post about them on this blog like, every second month, these two can obviously do no all.

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