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Street-Style Spotlight: Jiberish Intern Lucas Randall on his Vicious Style

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Rags Consignment Store in Cherry Creek North hosted a street-style event last month for Denver's fashion and style-insider community. One of the fashionistas we spotted was Lucas Randall,  intern at Jiberish Apparel. We asked him to share his fashion philosophy and where he shops;  keep reading for the answers.
Randall wears a jacket and shoes by Raf Simons and a button up by Helmut Lang, with a Sandro sweater, custom denim and Supreme necklace, ring and hat.  "Vicious and meaningful" are two adjectives he uses to describe his fashion sense.  

As for style icons, he credits "my boys Mike Dye, Kale Olander, Tanner Cindric, and Goost. London and New York inspire my look with mountain and tech elements mixed in. Various cultures and time periods inspire my look as well," Randall explains. 

Black and pink are Randall's favorite colors and his favorite accessory is jewelry —  specifically his Hermes bracelet.  "I shop at Jiberish, Armitage & McMillan, Neiman Marcus and online," says Randall. His style mantra? "Scare everyone."   
Before interning at Jiberish, Randall graduated Vail Mountain School;  he'll be attending Parsons in New York City for college. "I intern and design at Jiberish and it has taught me that there is a lot to learn from a company that has been around for ten years and has really found a niche with a loyal following," he says. "It has also taught me a lot about what goes into the manufacturing process and how to tie that in when designing."  

"See you in the basement," adds Randal, who likes to dress himself in important designers and brands in which he  believes.

Always put your best foot forward, Denver, and you could be spotted next. 

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