Joshua Jackson Discusses Past and Present Style For Mr Porter

31 Jul

It’s probably not that surprising to hear that Pacey Witter was one of my first teen crushes and as this recent hair story involving Michelle Williams also shows, Dawson’s Creek played a rather pivotal role in my teenage viewing. The year 1999 is long gone, but the 90s are very much in the spotlight as fashion continues to take style cues from that plaid covered decade. Joshua Jackson has grown into his look and doesn’t look out of place appearing in the Mr Porter weekly online magazine The Journal. Let’s just say this isn’t a crush I regret. Happy Wednesday everyone!

Joshua Jackson suit

Jackson talks fashion with the magazine; how style and his personal take on fashion has evolved “When I was a kid I was part of the punk tribe. My group of friends were all kids from broken homes. And I guess we were a band of outsiders.” Jackson cites the recent punk theme at the Met Ball and mentions how he would have previously considered fashion and punk as an odd pair (though as we saw on the night, most people seemed to forget the punk theme). In viewing how things were and how things are now he observes that “It’s an odd time to be a man really. We live in a funny era where every rebellious thing has been mainstreamed. You can really pick out of anything in the grab bag.”

What style does Jackson prefer now? “I guess I like sort of classic men’s stuff, rather than anything too current. Not pushing the envelope too much.” Classic is good, especially if this photo shoot is anything to go by.

Joshua Jackson Mr Porter

For more photos and the whole interview head to Mr Porter where you can also shop the look.

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