Undressing Authenticity: The Work and Wardrobe of William Harris

February 1, 2019

William Harris is best described in two words: controlled zany.

As a Sophomore Ad major at the Savannah College of Art and Design, William is recognized for his eccentric films paired with an esoteric wardrobe: bolo ties, hand-made scarves and (my personal favorite) white socks with black loafers.

A few of his style inspirations include Jeff Goldblum, Princess Diana, Clint Eastwood (not just for the cowboy aesthetic), an older David Bowie, Wes Anderson as a person, Ralph Lauren and Blondie McCoy— a sizably diverse group. When asked to describe his own aesthetic in one word, he gave two: “Grandpa Chic.” Read more on the SCAD Manor.

 

 

 

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload