Jesse Rutherford and Devon Lee Carlson are fashion couple goals.
Jesse Rutherford made biker jackets and monochromatic timeless despite singing about knitwear.
His 2015 pairing with influencer Devon Lee Carlson was a no-brainer when he bleached half his hair and got bubblegum tattoos.
Sydney Carlson’s YouTube vlogs helped Carlson gain recognition. Her edgy style helped her stand out.
She’s known for founding Wildflower and cooperating with Marc Jacobs.
Rutherford and Carlson are GQ’s’most 2019 couple’ Two years later, they’re still fashion inspiration.
Love Life Wanted
Carlson said she had always liked Rutherford in school in a 2020 interview on Charlotte D’Alessio’s YouTube channel. He was a senior; she was a junior with separate social groups.
She was reserved when they met. She feared disagreeing with him because he might no longer deem her cool.
She’d wake up early and wash her teeth to hide her morning breath while they slept together. At 18, her naivete got the best of her.
They broke up and started seeing other people, but reunited in 2015. They rediscovered an unmatched closeness and candor.
Six years later, they have mutual understanding and a terrific wardrobe.
He’s a fashion icon. He shopped at Hot Topic as a kid.
His teen years at Vans and Urban Outfitters influenced his skater-esque palette.
His thirst for fashion quickly outpaced the available possibilities.
He then began exploring unorthodox women’s silhouettes.
In The Neighbourhood’s early days, he wore hoodies and Dickie’s slacks.
Eventually, he found the stage comfortable and began wearing skinny jeans, leather jackets, and going shirtless to show off his tattoos.
He soon added striped leggings and hair coloring to his look.
As the Californian band’s sound matures into experimental electro-pop with Chip Chrome, he recalls David Bowie by painting himself in chrome.
Off-stage, he wears designer Hot Topic mannequins.
Rutherford’s girlfriend Carlson is a trendsetter.
She popularized slinky slip-dresses with small sunglasses, dad hats, tie-dies, and Y2K.
2021 will be the year of bubblegum pink and Haute loungewear, thanks to her Marc Jacobs collaboration.
This couple’s synchronized outfits make them so appealing.
Also intentional. Carlson told GQ they always come together. Together, they’re formidable.