Monday, June 20, 2022

Scion of music legends Bob and Rita Marley Cedella Marley and her son Saiyan Marley front “Family Ties”, an editorial that appears in the June 2022 issue of men’s lifestyle magazine

The edit sees the young Marley stepping into the frame of Tommy Chung — the photographer who captured him for GQ South Africa — with his mum, wearing looks from Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Zara, Sunspel, Sandro, Khasamarina, Comme Des Garçons Homme, Paul Smith, Mad As Hell People, Congruent Space and Alice & Olivia.

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Someone To Lean OnSaiyan shows off a white tee from Sunspel and jeans from Zara as his mum Cedella strikes a pose in a shirt from Theory, jeans by Re/done and sunglasses from Marc Jacobs.
Feel AlrightCedella Marley tosses her denim piece to the aperture.
Fashion FocusedA pair of leather boots from Mad As Hell People grounds Saiyan’s denim ensemble.
One Love!Model Saiyan Marley and his mother Cedella Marley show out in denim ‘fits.
Picture ThisSaiyan Marley wears a shirt and harness from Refuge of Art and Lisu Vega, respectively.
Step ForwardSaiyan Marley (left) rocks a denim jacket from Mad As Hell People over a turtleneck from Sandro and pants from Comme Des Garçons Homme, while Cedella Marley is styled in a bodysuit and tights from Wolford, denim jacket from Mad As Hell People, Sunglasses from Gucci and boots from Alice & Olivia.

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