I've moved on...
...to a different domain. Why, what were you thinking? The truth is, I just woke up one day and decided it's time for a change—a metamorphosis, if you will; or, in layman's terms, if Britney can shave her head, then maybe so can I? Nevertheless, it's been a rather handsome 10 years of talking to you, and thank you for putting up with all my moodswings and terrible dad jokes. Fear not! The hormonal imbalance and jokes are more terrible on CUBICLE, see you there.


art direction SHINI PARK photography & styling TEAM PARK & CUBE in collaboration with Farfetch

From Top to bottom: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2004), Oliver Twist (2005), Inglorious Basterds (2009)

Cashmere turtleneck
Isabel Marant
Kelly Wearstler
Runwell 41mm Watch
‘Fedora’ bag
Harris Wharf London


What can I say, ‘Please sir, can I have some more’ is my catchphrase and battle cry in any life situation. Most heavily used, of course, when involving cheese fries or Tom Hiddleston videos on Youtube. I’ve always wanted to shoot a story inspired by some of the best-known underdogs of literature and cinema, namely Oliver Twist and Shoshanna Dreyfuss of Inglorious Basterds, not only for their ballsy personalities but the costumes – granted, Shoshanna is only complete with actress Melanie Laurent’s gait and pout. The 1840’s fashion is as rigid as uniform-ridden 1940’s, but the characters wear simplified, improvised versions of trends of the respective eras: layered jackets instead of a Victorian 3-piece suit, or a worker’s shirt with woollen culottes instead of a button-down dress. Alas, here’s my interpretation, with current-season pieces from Farfetch and an ever-so-slightly more ballsy attitude to go with it.
Chelsea boots
Alberto Fasciano
‘Andre’ hat
Maison Michel
Cropped trousers



Watch – Shinola. Wool shirt – Citizens of Humanity. Shirt – ASOS.


Blazer & Shirt – Charlie May. Skirt – Rochas. Trousers – Filippa K. Shoes – Dear Frances. Shoes – Chloe ‘Fedora’


ABOVE: Wool shirt – Citizens of Humanity. Trousers – Etro.
LEFT: Coat – Harris Wharf London. Turtleneck – Etro. Trousers – Rodebjer. Bag – Chloé



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  1. Stunning photos, as always! I love that you were inspired by the underdogs of cinema and literature. :) Every look is stellar.


  2. Tiji

    Beautiful photos. The texts are too small though

  3. Thank you, and CTRL + ‘+’ :)

  4. You sure do make a sexy Oliver Twist. You and that hat should never be separated.

  5. I adore these looks! This is such a great idea!

    Amber | y a c h t s m a a n

  6. Looking absolutely stunning! Tons of inspiration on these photos!


  7. Cool black and white! love the combination!

    ❤ Kisses from http://www.withorwithoutshoes.com

  8. <3

  9. J’adore ! Le sac est magnifique ! Très belles photos.

  10. So cool! Love the Oliver Twist inspired outfit. So British and chic!


  11. La Bijoux Bella | by mia

    Exceptionally beautiful art direction and photography . . . It’s the only path to take. Simply fabulous! :)

    La Bijoux Bella | by mia

  12. oh my.

  13. I am in love with this editorial. Your photos are amazing. Great job.

    March and May

  14. Very masculine. Fantastuc job <3

    Real Life Nerd // http://www.vivienekok.com

  15. Isus Iso

    Katharine Hepburn all over! Looking great and supercool!

  16. amazing photos!!!


  17. OMG. Must say one of your best posts. Sheer love!! Styling amazingness galore!! <3

    xoxo Aela

  18. Beautifully put.

  19. Love the Oliver Twist look! You are just amazing!
    Check out http://www.URBANCLUB.com! You may find another inspiration! :-)
    Keep up the good work!!

  20. gosh love the “pins” and “cites” you used for the concepts! these boysih looks totally work on you !


  21. gosh love the “pins” and “cites” you used for the concepts! these boysih looks totally work on you !


  22. great styling and post!!

  23. I am in LOVE with your mood-board graphics. Such an original way to visualise it all. YES YES YES. Sophie xxx

  24. Lovely article!

  25. ren

    Love this outfit !

  26. ren

    Love this outfit !

  27. Those trousers look sooo cool on you. Reminds me just a tad of Annie Hall. Hats off to those pioneering women wearing pants back in the 1930s and 1940s and also thanks to style icons like Marlene Dietrich. Well Marlene liked men’s ties and shoes as well. hmmm.
    Great great blog and your wardrobe is tops

  28. You look so edgy and rocky in all black!