Hey, gidday mates. You might have noticed I’m wearing a lot of bomber jackets at the moment, and that’s because they are the greatest mid-weight layer known to man. Also to woman, but especially to man. If I was you, I’d be investing right now (every brand is doing a version) and wearing it over T-shirts and light knits for fall, and then over heavier sweaters for winter. This nylon variety is by Coach (I wore it to the Coach X Details event last week), it’s filled with puffy down just like a sleeping bag, and it takes me to a higher level of swag than I can ever achieve in a sportcoat or suit (well that’s what Jenny tells me, anyway). And for the girlfriends: nothing looks cuter than a girl wearing an oversized boys’ bomber. Trust me.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I’m coming to you live from chilly Christchurch, New Zealand, where I’m hanging with my Mum, Dad, Nana, and Miss Jenny Albright for three days before things get going in Auckland. From Friday-Sunday I’m shooting the Barkers campaign with Tom Bull; on Monday New Zealand Fashion Week starts; and on a few nights scattered in the mix, Jenny and I will be DJing some cool spots in Auckland. It’s all happening! I shot this the day before I flew out for my epic NYC — Frankfurt — Singapore — Auckland voyage, and it was inspired by the sorts of outfits Tom Cruise wore in movies like Rain Man and Roger Moore wore as James Bond.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Happy Friday! As a self-confessed style nerd, I’d be lying if I told you I don’t obsess about the small details in an outfit. Because I do. I really really do. So recently, my number one solution to every sartorial conundrum has been: Tuck it in. No matter what. Boring old jeans and a T-shirt becomes a cool 90s movie star moment. A short sleeve shirt and dress pants becomes a 1950s candy man. And one of my most common outfits of late, a simple pair of khakis with a white T-shirt and denim button-down, becomes Don Draper off-duty; the kind of outfit the ad man would wear mowing the lawns or playing ball with his kids on a hot Saturday. You feel me? The key is to keep the proportions classic — notice my pants are slim but not skinny; the T-shirt is fitted, not sloppy; and the denim shirt is worn open like a lightweight jacket. Too easy.Click to Continue!
I’ve made many a bold statement on Isaac Likes over the years, two of which included: 1. I WILL NEVER WEAR BLACK CLOTHING! and 2. NEVER SAY NEVER BECAUSE IT WILL COME BACK TO BITE YOU ON THE ASS! Well my friends, yesterday I proved the latter line true, and for the first time (possibly ever?) I wore a head-to-toe black outfit. As followers of fashion, we’ve seen the huge 90s style resurgence over the past few months, especially with the proliferation of stonewash jeans being worn by everybody everywhere, but like I mentioned last week, the 90s that I’m getting into at the moment is of the clean-cut Manhattanite yuppie variety — I can imagine a movie star like Alec Baldwin wearing this very outfit walking down 5th Ave in 1993.Click to Continue!