Los Angeles based designer Mike Amiri has created an aesthetic self-described as "cowboy meets vampire." He acknowledges the oddity that is this combination and embraces it fully. Below is a series of images that showcase how the clothing is meant to be worn, with a brief overview of the details in the layering.
This beautiful silk, velvet bomber features a cashmere cotton rib, silk charmeuse lining, interior RiRi zipper pockets as well as RiRi zippers at the enclosure.
These pants are made from Italian denim featuring distressed rips and abrasions all applied by hand. Slim and tapered, you'll notice a lightly waxed texture as well as hand pleated Japanese plonge patches.
This flannel-effect suede shirt is one of the most original we've seen to date. It features a point collar, patch chest pockets, single-button barrel cuffs and a shirttail hem. Leather facing and made from 100% leather, this piece includes button placket and requires specialty care. Also comes in black.
Created using heavy cotton slub jersey from Japan, these tees were individually shotgunned in California's Joshua Tree desert. Also comes in White.