The Right Kind of Wrung

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So lately, the blog has been getting a lot of attention and I’ve been receiving a lot of products and clothing from different companies. One of the first companies that I shot for in particular, Wrung, contacted me recently to shoot their latest collection. 

For those of you who follow my blog avidly, know that Wrung is a popular French street wear brand that uses art to influence it’s style. 9couture brought Wrung to SA last year and have relocated their flagship store to Maboneng Precinct. 

I visited their store last week and handpicked some sick items. A bomber jacket,  and the most comfortable sweaters. What I love about Wrung is their comfort, quality and trendy clothing. I’ve always been a fan from the first time I was introduced to it. 

I recommend you check out their page and even go a step further and visit their store in Maboneng! 

You guessed correctly, my fiancé Layla Shaik Photography kills the shoot every time!

SERENITY 

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This look was all about comfort and warmth.  I tried to keep it as casual as possible with a detailed hoodie from Wrung, jeans from Markham and boots from Topman.

I really like the floral print on the hoodie which adds a little more detail to it, a key characteristic found in Wrung clothing.

This shoot was all about taking it back to nature and finding serenity. And Autumn is the perfect opportunity to do this. The leaves are golden brown and it paints the perfect picture for a background. Myself and Laylashaikphotography decided to do this shoot at Emerantia Dam which is breathtakingly beautiful.

This is my last post for Wrung so don’t forget to check out their dope clothing on their website: http://www.9couture.co.za


  
  

WRUNG-ART x FASHION

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I must say when I was first approached by Matiase from 9Couture to collaborate with them and do a post on their latest brand Wrung, I was first unfamiliar with the brand. However, when I did some research I found out that Wrung has actually been around for quite some time.

Wrung- French clothing brand was established in 1995 in Paris. The brand focuses on combining art with fashion. Gaining inspiration from graffiti, contemporary art and emerging cultures the brand has produced some amazing pieces. You could say Wrung is best known for their street wear.

9Couture has finally brought this brand to South Africa and it is slowly becoming more and more popular. I got to personally pick out my favorite pieces from their collection and I am definitely impressed. Their clothing is dope and is super trendy and comfy. I can personally vouch for their quality. Look many may will argue that their clothing is expensive and not very popular right now, but I guarantee you wont be disappointed. Wrung is imported so it works with the Euro-Rand exchange which is why it appears so expensive, but remember you’re paying for quality.

This shoot was done by Laylashaikphotography who shares the same vision as me so check her out on insta- @Laylashaikphotography The shoot took place in a street in Rosebank which has some cool graffiti art.

Beanie: Factorie

Heather blue sweater: Wrung

Joggers: Wrung

Sneakers: Nike Air Max