Luka Sabbat, one of our favorite models, street style star and alround creative, has made a second instagram page. The New York-based coolkid has been working on a new project for quite a while now and he’s finally exposing it. But he’s doing that on a secret instagram page he made. He once mentioned the page on Instagram Stories. Apart from that, Luka Sabbat never promoted it, as far as we know.

Luka sabbat while working on Hot Mess.

The name of the account is @hotmess.doc and collects the photography and content of Luka Sabbat and Noah Dillon. So far, there are just 19 photos on the account. All of them seem to be fashion editorials made by the duo or beautiful photos from places around the world. Some of the cities that are represented in the photos are Paris, New York and Malibu.

Merch?

They recently started teasing about a merch collection on the account. The clothes that are showcased on the previews are typically Luka Sabbat and could be a huge hit in the streetwear world.

They’re currently following just 6 accounts; their own personal accounts and the accounts of Virgil Abloh – founder of Off White -, L’Art de L’automobile, Vagabondswans and Milk Magazine. With just over 2.8K followers, the account is still very unknown. We wonder how long that is going to last.

A preview of Hot Mess merch collection by Luka Sabbat

Hot Mess

Sabbat  loves the name of his new creative project, Hot Mess, so much that he’s tattooed it on his chest. The tattoo first came in 2015, when Sabbat originally thought of the idea. The Hot Mess team exists of Luka and Noah, who are both young creatives. The two met on Twitter two years ago, when Sabbat came across Dillon’s photographs and DM’ed him about collaborating on a project in Los Angeles, which would eventually become their new multimedia exhibition. They showed their work during New York fashion week in Milk Studios.

Despite kicking off during New York Fashion Week, Sabbat underlined that Hot Mess is decidedly “not fashion.” He and Dillon tossed all the shots that looked like editorials, cast unknown models from Instagram, and styled them using vintage pieces. This is something we love at ENFNTS TERRIBLES. Luka, if you’re reading this, we are obsessed with your work and we want to collaborate with you!

 

Malibu – 2016 Clothes – @424inc Model – @Theenawatson

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Photo credits: GQ Magazine, Instagram.