Style File returns with a look inspired by a true pioneering musician that needs no introduction – Mr. Bob Dylan himself. From his early ballads of protest to trading acoustic in for electric in 1965, and well beyond, Bob Dylan has always marched to the beat of his own drum. This is what has made Bob Dylan a maverick and his personal style is just as iconic as his music. Bob Dylan has sported chambray shirts since the early days and “The Maverick” features The Owens Gingham Chambray from our Nashville Short Run Collection. We included some of Dylan’s favorite items; the Gibson J-200 guitar which was a gift from George Harrison and photographed on the cover of Nashville Skyline, and his vehicle of choice during the mid ’60s, the Triumph Tiger 100SS motorcycle. Lastly, we couldn’t forget a Field Notes Memo Book for jotting down those spontaneous moments of inspiration that may strike while away from the studio.
Shirt: The Owens Gingham Chambray
Cardigan: Saturdays Surf NYC Jacob Cardigan
Shoes: Alden Chukka Boot
Sunglasses: SALT Optics’ Alder in Brownstone
Notebook: Field Notes Memo Book
Motorcycle: Triumph Tiger 100SS
Guitar: Gibson J-200