Jacob Barber by Thomas Lohr for Clash

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Published September 5, 2011

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Who’s JoeThomas Lohr photographs Elite London fresh face Jacob Barber for a Clash editorial, featuring styling by Max Clark. Captured in the streets of London and among locals, Jacob dons an eclectic wardrobe of vintage and fall pieces for a nonchalant but charming day out on the town.

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