Backstage, front row or on stage, our London rocker is always in style.

Leather jacket BLK denim
Knit top Travis Taddeo
Pants Dior
Scha hat Ewa Kulasek
Necklace Artisan Witchcraft Alchemy

Translucent sweater Travis Taddeo
Suit Yves Saint-Laurent
Pocket square Tiger of Sweden

Metallic jeans L.G.B.
Shirt Alexander McQueen
Knitted sweater Raf Simon

Pants Alexander McQueen
Shirt Marni
Fur vest Neil Barrett
Shoes Prada

Vest Balmain
Shirt Prada
Jeans Don The Fuller
Bracelets DUO
Ring Michel Brisson

Coat Neil Barrett
Pants Travis Taddeo

Shirt Prada
Bracelets DUO

Pants Christophe Lemaire
Shirt Yohji Yamamoto
Vest Comme des Garçons

Glam Rock 8-329-F
Glam Rock 2-146-F
Glam Rock 6-256-F
Glam Rock 3-170-F
Glam Rock 7-303-F
Glam Rock 4-223-F

Photography Jean-Claude Lussier
Styling Jay Forest
Hair & Make up Leslie-Ann Thompson
Photo assistant/digital tech/retouching Marc-André Dumas
Model Cillian at NEXT Models


About The Author


Jay Forest’s talent as a stylist reflects his unique life journey, a happy mixture of ambition, curiosity and openness. A native of Acapulco, he arrived in Montreal in the early 2000s with a strong interest in media, fashion and advertising. During his studies, he gradually immersed himself in the fashion industry as an assistant to renowned designers and as a seller of high fashion collections at Maison Simons. A quick jump to the men’s section at Holt Renfrew and he found himself at Off The Hook magazine, where as a buyer for the women's section, he toured Europe and the United States to discover new trends. His involvement in the industry influenced his style. He has a fresh look on fashion and presents, with an elegant simplicity, successful alliances of urban and contemporary. Through his work, Jay seeks to transcend clothing to highlight the people who inhabit them. Rapidly, he has been recognized for both his humanity and his daring works for Elle Québec, Dress to Kill, Snap, enRoute, Clin d’Oeil and through various television projects. Photographers like John Londono, Maude Arsenault, Maxyme G. Delisle and Shayne Laverdière also recognize his talent. The ever-changing Jay has a unique take on fashion, a raw talent that energizes the Folio team since 2012.

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