The Jefferson Hack Challenge: What's Next?

Jefferson Hack's second installment for The Telegraph explores "fashion's leading edge" of clubs, DJs, and designers. Jefferson says "the avant-garde
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Jefferson Hack's second installment for The Telegraph explores "fashion's leading edge" of clubs, DJs, and designers. Jefferson says "the avant-garde
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Jefferson Hack's second installment for The Telegraph explores "fashion's leading edge" of clubs, DJs, and designers. Jefferson says "the avant-garde inspires the fashion elite, which over time influences the high street. It's a trickle-down effect that's slowly been chipping away at the uniform mentality of men and their attitudes to style." Uh huh... His examples: *Jeremy Scott, whose clothes have been club staples (and Madonna favorites) for quite a while... *Boom Box, the London club already profiled in Paris Vogue, British Vogue, and Style.com. *Geordon Nicol, who cofounded MisShapes three years ago, and whose manorexic style has been so embraced by certain scenes, even Hedi Slimane rechurned it on his runway - three seasons ago. So basically, Jefferson Hack -the founder of Dazed and Confused, the arbiter of the underground and youth culture - is telling us about places and people so subversive, they're already famous and mainstream. Even more interesting, he writes that "as soon as a scene establishes itself, it is practically over." Or, perhaps not...