Pascal Bier returns to our pages as he connects with a great friend and stylist Richard Schreefel. The pair links up at Schreefel’s 19th century home in Amsterdam. Embracing shades of black, Pascal is debonair in a wardrobe, which contains brands such as Maison Margiela, Calvin Klein, Scotch & Soda, and Saint Laurent. Acting as a photographer, Schreefel alternates between his old Canon G10 camera and modern iPhone for a polaroid-inspired shoot.
While minimalist style often enjoys a moment on the trends list, Schreefel is one at heart. Since the start of his career in 1992, Schreefel has nurtured a clean style that is pure, even humble. However, it’s strong in silhouette. While luxury is a key factor, Schreefel approaches it in the most subtle of ways. After all, he started out as a designer for Levi’s Strauss and graduated from the renowned art academy Gerrit Rietveld. Soon after, Schreefel went on to become a stylist, consultant, and fashion editor. Now, he finds his life’s pursuit in creating imagery that strikes a chord with a few possible means.