Job & Boss Wows Us Yet Again With A Sleek New Lookbook

If accessories had a celestial ranking, Job & Boss’ impeccably crafted, hand-dyed bags and scarves would hover a whole lot higher than Cloud 9. So, when we caught wind of the Oakland-based brand’s Mexican-inspired collection, we went bonkers, telling our closest pals (read: you guys) all about it. Well, experts Brook Lane and Kirby McKenzie are at it again, this time showing off the Oaxaca collection by displaying some sleekly dressed dudes clasping the pretty, woven pieces. The textiles shine against an arsenal of outfits styled by Berkeley boutique James Rowland Shop, proving that these standout goodies are fit for guys and gals alike.
"From the beginning, we've thought of Job & Boss as a unisex line," says designer Brook Lane. "This lookbook hones that aesthetic and drives our collection in a more modern and impactful direction. Clean shapes and the simplicity of the line make it accessible for both men and woman." Photographed by Blink Inc. and hair by Shimeko at Marquee Salon, the collaborative project is a healthy dose of sleek and creative captures. See what we’re talking about after the jump.
Photo: Courtesy of Job & Boss/Blink Inc.

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