horizons /
James Oliver

tokyo / James oliver

horizons / James Oliver

TOKYo / James Oliver
James Oliver / horizons series
Nile / obsidian black . Isarau / Alias black . New Moselle / Alias

horizons
/ James Oliver

horizons
/ James Oliver

Synonymous with travel and innovative expression, côte&ciel's “Horizons” series profiles the inner mind workings of forward thinking creatives from around the globe.

Highlighting the lexicons of their work and travel life, their passions, hopes and dreams, and combining these elements into a series of editorial based images and short stories. Guided by each individual, “Horizons” delves further into the mindset and processes of each creative in their native environments. Allowing them the space and freedom to express their thoughts and convictions, from London to Tokyo, Paris to LA.

Synonymous with travel and innovative expression, côte&ciel's “Horizons” series profiles the inner mind workings of forward thinking creatives from around the globe.

Highlighting the lexicons of their work and travel life, their passions, hopes and dreams, and combining these elements into a series of editorial based images and short stories. Guided by each individual, “Horizons” delves further into the mindset and processes of each creative in their native environments. Allowing them the space and freedom to express their thoughts and convictions, from London to Tokyo, Paris to LA.

oder-spree / steel Grey . isarau / steel grey

Fourth in the Horizons Series, côte&ciel profiles New Zealand native, James Oliver, Founder and Editorial Director of street culture magazines "The New Order" and "her.", which showcase, spotlight and champion designers around the globe whether that be in fashion and design or art and culture.
Based out of Tokyo, James’s aim and vision is straight forward but progressive, to amplify the global evolution and commentary on subculture.

In his series James wears new AW19 pieces such as the ISAR M in Desert Sand, Moselle in Alias Black and Oder Spree in Steel Grey. Also styled in the editorial is the carry-over style, Nile in Obsidian Black.

côte&ciel revisits London for their third instalment of their new “Horizons” Series, with talented designer Jobe Burns, one half of Concrete Objects, a conceptual project that translates ideas into items that are unique yet has every day functionality.

Primarily using casts ranging from concrete to copper, Jobe and Concrete Objects continue to explore the form of materials that is showcased in their previous thought provoking Nike and Suicoke collaborations.

For his editorial, Jobe wears the ISARAU in Steel Grey, the Yakima and the Ashokan backpack in Obsidian Black along with new AW19 styles in the Timsah in Bubble Black as well as the INN M and ISAR M in Ore Red.

isar m / desert sand
isar m / desert sand
amper / ballistic black
amper / ballistic black
oder-spree / steel grey

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