The Size? Winter Look Book shot by Ewen Spencer & styled by Glenn Kitson of The Rig Out

Glenn Kitson came on board to style the shoot; he is a stylist who has worked with the some of the world’s most relevant menswear brands and publications to produce innovative and creative campaigns. Along with this he also works on special projects and has produced a number of videos for Scottish band Mogwai. He also produces The Rig Out magazine, a creative collective twice yearly publication.

Ewen Spencer came on baord with Glenn and Size to photograph the look book; he is a well respected photographer who since the late 1990’s has been known for his groundbreaking work across a wide range of publications. He has always worked closely around his own personal interests of music, graphical art, fashion subcultures and multiculturalism. He has also successfully launched two books; Open Mic, a series of images looking at teenagers in London’s ‘Grime’ scene, and most recently UKG, a comprehensive look into the UK Garage scene of the late 1990’s and early 2000’s.

Shot around Manchester’s northern quarter and styled with clothing and footwear from Size’s Winter 2013 collections; the shoot enables a store like Size? which is predominantly made up of bought in brands; the opportunity to give a lifestyle appeal to it’s customers in a way a brand would usually do. if you didn’t know Size? hails from Manchester and is where the brands head office is; hence the location choice- further marking a point in the lifestyle branding this shoot has to offer the company.

10 of the images from the look book can be seen above which have been given to us by Size? to feature on T.U.M but to see it in its entirerty visit the Size Blog.

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