Elegant punk

Instead of the typical neon glitz, 2bU tries black, gray and white

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With its new stand-alone store in SM Aura, Black Human offers shoppers a new take on street fashion. Far different from its sister brand which is fun, young and filled with vibrant colors, Black Human is more sophisticated and inspired by the color black.

The strongly designed pieces can suit any wardrobe, thanks to unusual cuts and unconventional silhouettes.

Simply striking

 

This LBD gives off a strong persona with its metal embellishments.

Geometric earrings and black booties, Call it Spring

Sheer chic

 

Typical black tights have been mixed with different fabrics, including sheer with different patterns and shapes, for a new standout piece.

Stud necklace and pumps, Call it Spring

Unusual cut

 

Basic pieces now sport a new twist, like this gray cardigan with an unusual shape. Match with dark polka-dot jeggings.

Nude pumps with studs, Call it Spring

Splatter all over

 

The oversized shirt is always a wardrobe staple. Try on this unusually cut splatter-print V-neck shirt with black and gray tights.

Layered chain necklace, bangles and nude spike pumps, Call it Spring

Clockwork orange

 

As an ode to the classic film, the iconic English bowler hat has been given a twist with spike details. Finish off with graphic floral-and-skull-print tee and studded denim shorts.

Photography

Toff Tiozon

Styling

Luis Carlo San Juan

Makeup

Justine del Rosario

Hairstyle Mark Familara

Model Angela Barclay

Shot on location Louie R. Prieto Press Building

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