Get to Know British Burmese Pop Singer Lucy Tun: From Producing and DJing to Rocking Retro-Inspired Style

Lucy Tun, formerly known as LCYTN, is a British Burmese pop singer, producer, and DJ based in London. Though her family may have traditionally encouraged more intellectual pursuits, Lucy has always had a strong interest in singing and playing instruments. Inspired by escapism she found in disco, drag, video games culture, the young talent wrote, produced, mixed and mastered her debut EP, ‘Good Nights Bad Stories’ entirely solo.

With a unique style that seamlessly blends vintage and preppy elements, she is seen here combining two playful Brazillian brands with a Triya cropped top and a Farm Rio cardigan in a pop colour palette. Lucy finishes the look by weaving in with a Reebok Smiley jacket that oozes with throwback style. Sporting bright brush-stroke graphics and a simple silhouette, this jacket is nicely paired with a Happy Daze bucket hat from Rainkiss.

Brands featured: @farmrio@triya_brasil@reebok and @rainkiss__

Celebrating Culture and Identity through Fashion: Meet Nael, a Model Empowering the Diaspora

Wearing the @smiley X @sandroparis jacquard knit sweater, Nael is a model from @daisyanddukesagency who brings the diaspora to life through his bold and culturally inspired style.

Incorporating his heritage into clothing by mixing streetwear with cultural fabrics and in particular, jewellery that is traditionally worn by brides – he also incorporates his Bangladeshi roots into fashion, Nael celebrates and empowers his identity and culture.

Shot at the Ramezani Rugs in Wembley, this location is filled with a beautiful collection of designs influenced by Middle Eastern heritage and Islamic design. Nael describes it as comforting for him and his brother, who grew up seeing these Islamic designs everywhere and it just “feels homely to be around them”

Special thanks to @ramezanicarpets@nael.ameen and @z.ainameen

Lucky strike feat. KAWALA šŸŽ³

Dubbed the “Bombay Bicycle Club of the Urban Outfitters generationā€, @kawalagram is a band hailed from the vibrant borough of Camden in London.

Known for their catchy indie-folk tunes and energetic live performances, they are seen here combining a vintage look with a jazzy aesthetic. James introduces the shot with a Market bowling shirt; hand-chain stitched and printed in LA, together with a cozy knit jumper from Moschino.

Daniel is wearing the oversized Stuff Maker Smiley embroidered sweater and completes the look with an eye-catching travel shirt from Triya.

Brands featured: @market@moschino@stuff_maker_official (AW21 Archive), @triya_brasil