Hey, gidday mates! Last week I visited my old stomping ground, Bond Street, to shoot this Abercrombie & Fitch Fall Preview (check out my previous posts with A&F one and two here). Now that the temps are dropping, I’ve been living in hoodies, and this woolen version is my new favorite layering piece — it’s amazing when I’m watching Netflix on the couch, it’s even better on a chilly Fall evening, but I like it best under a black leather jacket with black jeans (which I posted earlier this week). Special mentions go to Abercrombie’s impressive array of plaid shirts — if you can imagine it, they’ve got it — and their new denim program, which gets better with every new drop. Now all I need is a slice of pumpkin pie and I’ll be good to go for the rest of the season.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I know this feels premature because the weather’s still balmy, but I live right by a park, and there are a scattering of brown leaves appearing on the ground. Fall is right around the corner, and I’m not even mad about it. But seriously, without getting all Carrie Bradshaw on it, the city gets crazy beautiful, the colors are incredible, and the weather starts to allow for proper clothing to be worn. What’s not to love?? So with that in mind, I took a couple pieces from the Abercrombie & Fitch fall collection out for a spin this week — check the plaid shirt, the puffer vest and the dark denim. These rich autumnal hues are doing it for me right now, and if you look closely, you’ll see the blue check in the shirt ties in perfectly with the denim and vest. Killer. Bring on fall!Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! In between doing everything I can to beat the fair skinned odds and get a tan on this trip, I’ve been running around the island of Santorini battle testing a bunch of new gear. This whole outfit’s from Abercrombie & Fitch: The jacket was part of my look at the brand’s relaunch party in NYC last month — at which Third Eye Blind played, and at which Jenny and I both stood directly below singer Stephan Jenkins and TOUCHED HIM WHILE HE WAS PERFORMING — good times were had by all.Click to Continue!
1. It’s way too easy to get bogged down with Instagram, which, as I’ve said previously, is anything but a healthy pastime, so one of my goals right now is to read better quality writing. I recently subscribed to The New Yorker and Vanity Fair, and best of all, to Lenny Letter, Lena Dunham’s new website. All you gotta do is give them your email address, and then three or so times per week you get an email with stories like this one about why Lena Dunham refuses to be photoshopped by magazines, or this one about why Sarah Silverman believes Bernie Sanders is the best man for the top job (same). It’s great stuff.Click to Continue!