Hey, gidday mates! The other day I was scrolling through my buddy Justin Livingston’s feed when I came across a photo of him wearing the perfect tobacco suede moto jacket. It’s funny, if you go back a couple of years on my blog, I would’ve said that the ideal men’s uniform consisted of khaki pants and raw denim jeans and pale blue and white oxford shirts with a blue blazer thrown in for good measure — you know, the building blocks. These days, I’m all about individual standout pieces that you can wear every day of the week, and that get better with age.Click to Continue!
Hi Isaac, I spent a weekend away with friends and there was a guy there I had never met before. On the second night I ended up going into his room and sleeping in his bed — we didn’t have sex, but you know, other things happened. The next day a friend of mine jokingly said I was “easy”. What if this guy doesn’t respect me?
Hey, gidday mate. Respect, affection, trust, security, admiration, and all that other good stuff is earned, it’s not freely given, and it certainly doesn’t come from meeting someone and sleeping with them right away.Click to Continue!
Tucked away in the back of an unmarked warehouse on an industrial side street on the outskirts of Downtown LA is Re/Done — the smartest, coolest and most environmentally friendly denim line I’ve personally ever encountered. You know how the holy grail of jeans is that perfect pair of vintage stonewashed Levi’s that you find at a flea market, fall in love with, take home, try on, and go, “Wow the denim is awesome but the fit is atrocious,” well, file this one under, ‘Ideas I Wish I’d Come Up With First’.Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Hi Isaac, I met this guy about four years ago, we had a short-lived relationship that didn’t last because we were too emotionally immature, but we stayed friends, and every now and again we still sleep with each other. I told him that I wanted us to try a real relationship, and he replied that he had no idea I felt that way and only sees me as a friend. I can’t help wondering why would he sleep with me if he only views me as a friend?
Hey, gidday mate. The honest truth is that people sleep with people all the time because they want to or because they can or because it seems like a fun idea at the time.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I’ve been away from NYC for almost two weeks now, and I’m definitely starting to miss my hometown. The biggest difference for me is that in New York I have an infinite amount of small interactions with people every day — on the street, in meetings, at cafes, in the subway; but in LA I can go an entire day without talking to anybody (except Jenny) unless I specifically go out of my way to do so. What happens if I’m not interacting with people all day? I’m forced to interact with myself, and that’s when the insanity kicks in.Click to Continue!