Devendra Banhart masters the delicate bohemian feel like a poet, but I've recently come across a designer called Kornerd who stains the conventions with rusty intensity. I just love how the vests have a workers pawprint, as if they were dragged through an underground misty warehouse and caught in an aftershock art explosion. The colours are so subtle they look aged, but this is so effective; and the strangled jumpers and shredded cardigans emphasise this 'jesus from the coalmines' vibe that I'm so inspired by. Taking the 'working bohemian boy' in a different twist though, I'm wearing earthy rusty colours and a woodland of layers. My cardigan is from www.luke1977.com and it creates a farmer fairytale out of an outfit, with a pastry lacing pattern, a creamy coffee colour and the softest material that could easily be the lovechild of clouds and tree bark. Be sure to check out their site for more inspired indie.