"Sophistipunk" is a phrase invented by my friend Phillip, where tailoring meets loony prints and impact. Some of my recent outfits have copy and pasted a hint of this, whether it's leopard print socks or fuzzy jumpers. I'm wearing a gothic Mickey Mouse medley below, with an oreo cookie coloured mohair jumper from Billy Black that begs to be ripped and dripped like a Topman AAA design. Then there's a tiger Taty Devine necklace with camp orange anime reference, space star freckled braces, and the all important Gaga style sci-fi shades by Jeremy Scott. I like to think the look is reserved and wild at the same time. To check out Phillips sophistipunk beginnings, check out his lookbook HERE, where you can find out how to win a Tatty Devine Dinosaur worth over £130! Don't forget to also check out old lookbook outfits I'm selling HERE! I've also included lookbooks below that have a reserved and wild idea. ACV throw chav caps and urban art into mysterious and airy sheer silhouettes and designs, like dracula meets a rap artist. Jeroen Van Tuyl also encourages darker ideas in his aesthetic that don't meet the eye at first. His model is slick and groomed, but riddled with intricate gothic overcoats and layering that feels deliciously sinister.