Hey, gidday mates! Over the course of two days during New York Fashion Week back in February, I had the extremely pleasurable pleasure of shooting a day-in-the-life short film for Details Magazine alongside my buddies Justin Livingston of Scout Sixteen fame, and Saul Carrasco of Trend Styled fame. But this is no regular short film! It incorporates special technology that enables you to click on anything that tickles your fancy as the film is playing, and at the end, shows you all the things you clicked on and where you can buy them/explore more. Not bad, right? Check it out below, and click, click, click!Click to Continue!
Not sure if you’ve noticed, but there has been a huge amount of talk about breakups and millennials and millennial breakups this past week. New York magazine ran a story saying that this generation of ours is not the hookup generation we once assumed we were, but the breakup generation; Vice ran a particularly depressing piece about everything you learn when your longterm relationship collapses in your 20s; and I can honestly tell you that 90% of the relationship advice questions I receive relate to getting over heartbreak or cheating partners or the implosion of a premarital cohabitation type deal. Oy vey. So with all that in mind, I present to you the exclusive online premiere of Florence Noble‘s short film Things Are Going Really Well. As you might imagine, it’s a comedy about the tragedy of running into a past love when you’re still not over it, but you really want to appear as if you’re okay. Sound relatable? You must be human.Click to Continue!
If you haven’t yet seen the First Kiss film, you need to stop everything you’re doing and watch it immediately. It’s the most amazing thing to happen this week. Better than the True Detective finale. Way better than Obama’s appearance on Between Two Ferns. Infinitely better than me finding out that the payroll clerk at work forgot to deduct New York State Tax from my pay check for all of 2013 so I owe money to the government.Click to Continue!
Happy Valentine’s Day everybody! (Or as I prefer to call it, Mum’s birthday. Happy Birthday Jenny!) If you’re sitting at home alone and lonely, depressed at the dismal state of your love life, just remember that somewhere out there, beautiful people are having more fun than you. And thanks to Justin Wu and V Magazine, you can see just how much fun that is. The new video from my favourite fashion filmmaker launched today, and features all your favourite faces – from Francisco Lachowski to Jacqueline Jablonski and Andrej Pejic, plus the Australian Winklevossers of modelling, Zac and Jordan Stenmark.Click to Continue!
What beats walking around the world’s best menswear tradeshow perusing racks on racks of amazing garments you’re not allowed to buy for six whole months? Running around the world’s best menswear tradeshow with a video camera peer-pressuring stall-holders to perform death-defying stunts (you should see what Bahzad from Naked and Famous Denim can do with a pair of jeans), eavesdropping on conversations and generally making a nuisance of yourself, in my humble opinion. On day one of (capsule) New York, Alexander Norton and I did exactly that; with a little tea-drinkin’, shoe-shinin’, face-shavin’ and glad-handin’ thrown in for good measure.Click to Continue!