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Stylist: Veronica Graye
Outfit: Basic Rights
Groomer: Emily Zempel
Watch: Movado
Shoes: Grenson
Jewelry: Rellery | Hirotaka

On this Thursday, I wanted to shine a light on some lesser known brands, so here we are.

I looked through my archives and I found an interesting mix of different ones worn by Austin Abrams for the Hollywood premiere of “Do Revenge“, so let’s talk about them.

For the occasion, Austin wore a dark red coat with a light red men’s shirt underneath, paired with grey Basic Rights patterned pants.

He completed the look with black Grenson Shoe 2 calf leather Oxfords and a Movado watch with black strap (impossible to properly identify).

The actor also accessorized the ensemble with a Rellery 18k gold over sterling silver Pavé Hoop earring on his right ear, and a Hirotaka 18k Bird of Paradise hoop diamond earring with a pink sapphire and green garnet.

What was interesting about the whole look was that even though it seemed simple, it was a mix of heritage brands with a long history of craftsmanship and high quality standards, with jewelry that was ethically sourced, created with sensitive skin-friendly precious metals when we specifically talk about Rellery, and handmade by skilled artisans in Japan, if we talk about Hirotaka.

There clearly was an impeccable attention to detail.

Groomer/hairstylist/makeup artist Emily Zempel was kind enough to mention on her Instagram that she styled his hair using the R+Co Mannequin Paste, and the result was an effortless wavy coif with maximum shine.

This is the first time that I come across stylist Veronica Graye and I was pleasantly surprised to see that she is really good at mixing patterns, styles, colors and has a lot of experience styling younger artists.

Her youthful approach is refreshing.

In this particular instance I appreciated the unusual combination of colors and the will to work with below-the-radar labels. I will surely talk about her again in the future.

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Do Revenge is a 2022 American teen black comedy film directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, who co-wrote the screenplay alongside Celeste Ballard. It is loosely inspired by Alfred Hitchcock‘s Strangers on a Train (1951).

In the movie, Abrams plays the role of Max.

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