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Fitted looks from Houston designer Jamel Hawk’s new fashion line, set against the murals of EaDo’s Graffiti Park, highlight his love of offbeat textures, prints and colors. Now that’s a bright idea.

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Photography by Daniel Ortiz


Styling by Todd Ramos

Models Brock Knighten and Samara Zuckerbod for Page Parkes Agency

Hair and makeup by Edward Sanchez for Arched Beauty

Special thanks to Chapman & Kirby

Letter-printed shirt with tuxedo collar, $149, plaid pant with signature thigh ribbing, $295, and Croc Velvet biker vest, $695, all by Jamel Hawk. Shoes, model’s own.
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