Check out the highlight reel from day three of New York Fashion Week, including Lacoste’s 1970s tennis tracksuits, babes backstage, Mara Hoffman’s take on Star Wars, the first ever fashion week wedding, plus 10 questions for everybody’s favourite Swede Tilda Lindstam.Click to Continue!
Richard Biedul is not only one of my favourite male models on the menswear circuit, but he’s also one of my favourite human beings — the guy has a tattoo of a smug unicorn on his tricep, what’s not to love? I met him a couple of years ago through Tom Bull, and we’ve stayed in touch ever since, catching up whenever we’re in the same city on the job. The guy is every bit the professional chameleon. When I encountered him for the first time in Williamsburg back in Summer of 2013 he was wearing ripped-up jeans and a cut-off T-shirt; next time I saw him in the Winter of 2014, he was sitting in a hotel bar in London destroying the game in a perfectly cut Savile Row suit.Click to Continue!
Hey gidday mates! To kick off my New York Fashion Week SS15 coverage, I had the opportunity to interview Perry Ellis’ new creative director, Michael Maccari backstage just minutes before his first collection walked out on the runway to a crowd of the industry’s top editors, buyers, power-brokers, and lowly bloggers (aka your mate).Click to Continue!
Hello friends! It’s been a while since I noticed a specific trend emerge from a menswear season that felt fresh — and powerful — enough to really change what guys are wearing, but this season I saw three; all of which are surprisingly easy to recreate with what you most likely already have going on in your wardrobe. Hooray!Click to Continue!
Fashion week regulars have a love/hate relationship with celebrities, punctuated by a considerable amount of eye-rolling at the distracting — not to mention delaying — effect their presence has on shows, coupled with a tendency towards sneaky iPhone pics taken when their colleagues aren’t looking. But even the most stoic of industry insiders couldn’t help but be moved when American rock legends KISS took to the catwalk at the finale of the John Varvatos show on Saturday, the first day of the Milan menswear week. The sight of their signature make up (and Mr Simmons’ extended tongue) had editors and buyers alike on their feet snapping photos with the ferocity of paparazzi in West Hollywood.Click to Continue!