7 Nov

Enfants Riches Déprimés, not for the masses

On our quest for the next fall crush, we forgot a major style match: Enfants Riches Déprimés. The under-the-radar LA-based fashion label, founded in 2012 by rich kid Henri Alexander, has fall pieces that’ll literally rock your wardrobe. This is the kind of brand the high street chain stores “get their inspiration from”. Oh hell, let’s just say copy/paste. Apparently, their fall-winter collection was out but we didn’t pay attention well. To make it up to one of our favorite high-end fashion houses, we made a quick stop on the world wide web. And found a mind-blowing fall-winter men’s collection!

The style match is real

As we were drooling on top pieces from the punk rock rich kid collection, we were thinking: ” this is a match made in heaven”.  Finally, an authentic brand that totally matches Enfnts Terribles style-wise. Clever designer Henri Alexander is very known for NOT making clothes for the masses. And along these lines, most of the apparel come in limited numbers. So that explains the expensive price tag.

If the Enfants Riches Déprimés’ pricing isn’t for you, try out That’ll save you from going on a water and bread diet for an entire month. On Grailed you’ll find quite a lot of avant-garde fashion at affordable prices.

Our punk rock shopping list

Giving your closet a new life doesn’t necessarily mean you need to stuff it with basics. After some long-term reasoning, you’ll realize how buying 1 avant-garde designer piece once in a while can change your wardrobe for life. One downside: they don’t sell pants. However, if you’re into SM you’ll find your luck on the Enfants Riches Déprimés online shop. Maybe the $7000 cashmere noose could help you spice up #Humpday…you never know. It’s only a suggestion.

Anyhow, we’ve shop-listed 2 items from Enfants Riches Déprimés: the studded leather jacket and Chinese rocks silk bomber jacket. With these 2 stunners standing in your closet we assure you that you’ll look like nobody else in these streets.

Photo credits: Enfants Riches Déprimés, Pinterest, Farfetch


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