Jackson Eaton is a photographer based out of Perth, Australia. His photographs are a visual exploration of his life and love, and are consistently enigmatic, raw, intimate, and intriguing. His great aesthetic shows not only in his work, but in his own personal style. Jackson has kindly taken us into his home to show us some of his favorite fashion pieces and the stories behind them.
I can’t seem to get settled this year. My closet is more often than not a pile of clothes on my floor.
I like socks. Most of them I bought at markets in Korea, where you can get 3-packs of grandfather socks for $3.
These moose-hide moccasins are a recent purchase from Utah. I bought them for myself, then decided to give them to my Dad, then decided to give them to my Brother, and finally decided to keep them for myself. I’m glad I did.
I bought these vintage swimming trunks in London. I’m wearing them as underwear because I don’t own many pairs of underwear because I don’t care about underwear that much. Not too sexy I know.
I like colourful jeans. I have purple and red and pink jeans all from American Apparel. In my home town, it isn’t always safe to wear jeans this colour.
I’ve always shopped almost exclusively vintage but in recent years I have discovered a love for some small designers, like this shirt I bought in Japan. If only I could afford to shop this way.
I rarely wear black or white but made an exception for this jumper, my most recent op-shop (thrift-store) find.
Hasisi (Park) and I used to buy matching clothes quite a lot, including this designer rip-off coat we bought in Seoul. She bought blue and I bought grey. They are the same (womens) size though so it looks better on her.
All photos by Jackson Eaton.