The eccentric youngster Fraser, played by Jack Dylan Grazer, in Luca Guadagnino’s “We Are Who We Are” series is the stylish Gen Z e-boy. And rightfully so.
We loved his looks in Season 1. There’s the mixing and matching of designer ‘fits and e-boy staples like silver chains with little to no effort, yet it feels decidedly random and weirdly coherent at the same time.
As for his character portraying the turmoils and passions of sexuality, the series becomes unlike any typical coming-of-age flicks out there. Fraser captures the frantic yet elusive nature of a youngster coming to terms with his personal choices in the world. As fans of Fraser, we ended up having this roundup of his iconic looks and pieces because why not? His bold fashion choices are worth the attention.
A young boy in Old Céline? Absolutely
This SS18 Céline floral polo shirt is stuck in our head rent-free and perhaps the closest we can get to an orange top from Phoebe Philo. As with all his clothes, the oversized fit perfectly hangs on Fraser Wilson’s frame.
Bernard Willhelm military vest
This colorful vest is all the rage and it’s by German designer Bernard Wilhelm. Certainly reminds me of baby sling prints with fully-functional pockets, and I love it.
Dickies work jacket plus Takashi Murakami brooch
The iconic Dickies workwear jacket topped off with a flower brooch by Takashi Murakami is for when days are kinda lazy but you still have an offbeat mood.
Stripe Puffa shirt jacket by Vetements
Wear Vetements when it’s freezing and certainly Fraser Wilson knows the drill. His blue puffer jacket sums up our going out and about in chilly weather.
Raf Simons knit sweater
Nothing can go wrong with an oversized Raf Simons vest. This knit sweater worn by Fraser in deep green is noteworthy for its carefree silhouette. Need I say more on this iconic piece?
Brian Calvin T-shirt by Raf Simons
This SS13 Raf Simons in collaboration with American painter Brian Calvin is the right amount of graphics we love to see on a T-shirt. It’s the “High by the Beach” facial expression of the print for me.
Stills from “We Are Who We Are”