Don’t Leave Me High, Don’t Leave Me Dry: Jemar Michael

Jemar Michael is a film and stage actor based in Los Angeles, CA, and Saint Paul, MN; his most notable film appearance was in 2014’s Sundance award-winning satirical drama Dear White People (to be adapted into a Netflix series)

Photographed and styled by Angelo Kangleon in Los Angeles, CA, on May 7, 2016

Shawl-collar sweatshirt cardigan in khaki green, H&M; oversize tank top in grey, H&M; moto joggers in field drab, H&M; gray scoop-neck French terry pullover with dropped shoulders and rolled-up sleeve hems, BDG, Urban Outfitters; relaxed-fit French terry gym shorts in gray, H&M; gray slim sweatpants, Uniqlo; saffron snapback with vintage-inspired equestrian motif, SupremeStussy for Timberland 6” boots in wheat with yellow gold side-zips and trimmings, Urban Outfitters

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: Worn-Tin

Worn-Tin is a musician based in Los Angeles, CA, lauded for his charming blend of lo-fi, garage rock and alt-rock, and his quirky yet captivating live performances, which often involve a kid playing Nintendo games onstage and him and his band handing out Capri Sun to audience members; his second album Thanatophobia, inspired by a near-death experience, was released early this year to critical acclaim; he is currently at work on a third full-length, which is set to drop in August; click here to visit his Bandcamp page and to listen to songs from Thanatophobia and earlier releases

Photographed by Angelo Kangleon in Los Angeles, CA, on April 23, 2016

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