W.H. Ranch Dungarees Spring Summer Lookbook
The Spring Summer W.H. Ranch Dungarees lookbook brings you back to the ranch. In the latest lookbook the Western inspired denim brand brings you the launch of three new styles of dungarees and a twist on a W.H. Ranch classic cowboy jacket. Take a journey with iconic fashion photographer Scott Slusher as he captures rare candid moments of award-winning artist Teal Blake on their annual Spring branding trip at the Kokernot o6 Ranch, putting their W.H. Ranch wares to the test.
The combination of the talented photographer and artist together with the W.H. Ranch Dungarees pieces gives you the perfect ranch, Western, American Spring Summer feeling.
Photographer Scott Slusher
Scott Slusher is a photographer from Stillwater, Oklahoma. As a kid Scott dad handed him a film camera. He would play with the camera as he watched his dad capture everything surrounding them. In those moments, Scott didn’t know it, but a seed was being planted. Years later in 2003, Scott picked up the camera and started playing again. He would observe his mentors and learn on set, taking it all in through the lens. Quickly that seed sprouted into Scott Slusher Photography.
Artist Teal Blake
Artist Teal Blake grew up in Montana, on the eastern slope if the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by ranching country. Growing up in his father’s studio, looking at C. M. Russell paintings and reading Will James books, it was hard not to pick up a pencil and start capturing his own visions of cowboys and the American West. Teal has always liked to show what makes the traditional west: cowboys not always clean shaven; shirts not always creased; and their horses manes not always long.
Broncs tend to get the most attention, maybe because the bucking horse has always been one of the most recognized symbols of the West. Teal’s medium of choice is watercolor.
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