Tailor Owns No Modern Clothes, Instead Dresses in Early 19th Century Style Everyday

He threw away his last pair of jeans at the age of 14 and hasn’t looked back since. For Zack MacLeos Pinsent, dressing in modern clothes had become more of a burden than a fashion statement. The only clothing he’s interested in comes from the early 19th century, with all the frills and un-accommodating fabrics that entails.

Pinsent may have gotten into Regency style clothing early on, but it seems to be anything but a phase for this exceptionally dedicated fashion aficionado. Since his teen years, Pinsent has become a bespoke tailor for people who want authentically-made clothing in styles from the 1660s-1920s. Pinsent, who is only 25-years-old now, has clients all over the world, and while many of them probably don’t dress in period clothing everyday, they certainly share his love of antique clothing design.

Have a look at this unique man and why he wears what he does in the video below.

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