If queer style blogs were the only source of all fashion media, it might appear as if suits and the dandy aesthetic are the only options in “menswear” and masculine attire. But, if you look at Complex, Hypebeast, GQ or the many “menswear” runway shows all over the world, you would find that masculine attire is quite varied and includes everything from American heritage to preppy to street Goth to hip-hop style, and much more.
Enter IUTER. Founded in 2002 by a group of people with a strong passion for board sports, graffiti and music, IUTER is an androgynous fashion-forward streetwear brand that embodies the binary breaking spirit of dapperQ readers. Fully designed and manufactured in Italy, IUTER collections are constantly evolving and perfect for dapperQs who believe that a suit is best left on Wall Street. DYDH Productions, in collaboration with photographer Gabryela Vogua, shot an editorial featuring some of IUTER’s latest designs exclusively for our readers. This is the third in a series of DYDH/Vogua editorials for dapperQ.