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Blaine Cook for GQ Taiwan

Magazine: GQ Taiwan
Editorial: Back to Future
Model: Blaine Cook |Major|
Photography by Chiun-Kai Shih
Outtake from GQ Taiwan editorial featuring Major Models Blaine cook in "Back To Future" fashion story, bellow you can view a video from the photo shoot. Source: MH

 

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  1. WHEN is the fashion industry going to come out with something comfortable and practical for rich people instead of suits?i personally would like a change in scenery.men around me like in northern michigan-mackinaw island areas dont wear suits,they wear like grunge style.even in toronto,canada they wear like khakis ARE dress pants here.

  2. WHEN is the fashion industry going to come out with something comfortable and practical for rich people instead of suits?i personally would like a change in scenery.men around me like in northern michigan-mackinaw island areas dont wear suits,they wear like grunge style.even in toronto,canada they wear like khakis ARE dress pants here.

  3. WHEN is the fashion industry going to come out with something comfortable and practical for rich people instead of suits?i personally would like a change in scenery.men around me like in northern michigan-mackinaw island areas dont wear suits,they wear like grunge style.even in toronto,canada they wear like khakis ARE dress pants here.

  4. WHEN is the fashion industry going to come out with something comfortable and practical for rich people instead of suits?i personally would like a change in scenery.men around me like in northern michigan-mackinaw island areas dont wear suits,they wear like grunge style.even in toronto,canada they wear like khakis ARE dress pants here.

  5. the fashion industry DOES have comfortable and practical clothing duh, just go into any decent designer store in a capital city. it just doesn’t make for good editorials of fashion shoots or reference, much like shitty khaki clothes that aren’t stylish either.

  6. the fashion industry DOES have comfortable and practical clothing duh, just go into any decent designer store in a capital city. it just doesn’t make for good editorials of fashion shoots or reference, much like shitty khaki clothes that aren’t stylish either.

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