PHIX CLOTHING'S NEW SHIRT COLLECTION




You may have caught my Phix Clothing post a few weeks ago, where I let you into what happened behind the scenes of one of their shoots in Manchester's Northern Quarter. We were shooting the brands recent shirt collection, which feauted a range of their exclusive wild printed velvet shirts. I recieved the final photographs from the shoot last week, and just had to share them with you all on my blog.



The new collection of shirts are amazing, especially their velvet kaftans! I've told you all so many times, how much of a huge fan I am of an animal print. So these two shirts in particular are right up my street! If you want to see more of them in detail, they feature across on my YouTube channel this week. (There's a link at the bottom of this blog)



We styled the new shirts with our leather biker jackets which is a classic pairing, that always looks great together. Biker jackets just go hand in hand with animal print shirts, they make for the ultimate pairing, creating a rock and roll inspired outfit. I wore my gold rounded sunglasses on the shoot as a finishing touch, which I feel really give the photographs the essence of the 70's and captures the spirit of the era.



You'll have seen this shirt across on my Instagram, it's my favourite of the bunch, and it's the one I model across on Phix's website. Yes, I made it onto their web page, how cool is that! This shirt costs £80 and has a mixture of both leopard and zebra print. I've never seen a shirt quite like this, as you conventionally you either get one or the other. However, this shirt encompasses two of the strong, instantly recognisable prints, in one and as you can see, it really works!




This polka dot shirt is another one of my favourites, I just love the oversized spotted design. Most of the new shirts are velvet, in my personal opinion this material gives outfits that little extra shine, you just don't get with a standard flat cotton shirt, ideal for winter. They look way cooler. The velvet shirts have a texture and depth to them, not to mention they're super smooth to the touch.




I love how these photographs have turned out, particularly in the bar, they look super cool! We all wore the shirts in our own individual way. I always tend to go for the more relaxed and laid back look, with buttons undone and with a sleeve rolled up on one side. 



This kaftan shirt from the new collection is yet another design which totally stood out to me, it's made from 100% cotton, with one amazing pattern. The asymmetric print of the Harrison kaftan is such an amazing motif inspired by the 60's psychedelic patterns that George Harrison wore in the Beatles.




I hope you like the edited photographs, I really wanted to share them with you all, to give you a taste of the brand. To see me modelling the leopard print zebra shirt, and to check out the rest of this killer collection, head across to Phix's website click here.



Photographs by Deniss Gembikis





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