Many may know Nick Wooster as the stylish man blazing the streets with his defined look being constantly photographed by renowned photographers such as The Sartorialist or even Karl Guerre. His all american masculine look has made him into a men fashion icon. Many may know of that but most may not know his contribution to the fashion industry in a whole.
Well being that he was the former creative director for Berdorg Goodman and Neiman Marcus he is now the curator of many projects and one of them is Project Wooster at Magic in Las Vegas. Project Wooster happens to be the talk of Project. Inside this installation, Wooster highlighted many different Japanese brands that all have a cohesive look. Every brand showed craftsmanship and personal character through their details.
From United Arrows to Kapital, you’ll find items that truly define a uniqueness in menswear with a twist that is mainly inspired by American culture. Each curated collection easily brings out character and personal details that is often disregarded in this day and age. The Space had a natural theme, with camo accents and massive lighting fixtures. The decor of Project Wooster represents the ground floor of an ideal showroom. – K.R.T.
“Project Wooster exposes Japan’s mastery in crafting product that transcends culture and time. This space curated by Nick Wooster uncovers a systemic way of dressing that not only inspires individuals but also helps global retailers look at fashion though the eyes of those who are the masters of interpretation.” – Project