Hey, gidday mates! Ever find yourself in a situation where you need to look like you’re making an effort but you don’t want to go overboard on the formality? Same. On those days, this is my go-to outfit. It’s simple and classic — blue blazer, grey pants, and leather lace-ups; but the unbuttoned (unironed) chambray shirt keeps things relaxed and a little disheveled. On the day I shot these photos with my boy Bobby Hicks, I was running all over the city from meetings to meetings — the hotter it got, the more buttons came undone. By the end of the day I was pretty much Richard Gere in American Gigolo.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Today is Blue Oxford Day — a partnership between Lands’ End and the Prostate Cancer Foundation — by wearing a Lands’ End Blue No Iron Pinpoint Oxford Shirt today, you’ll be standing in solidarity with survivors and sufferers of this brutal disease. Prostate cancer affects approximately one in every seven men, and my family is not immune; my grandfather died almost exactly three months after being diagnosed with the disease in 2007. So here’s what you can do: Get regular checkups, and purchase a Lands’ End Blue No Iron Pinpoint Oxford Shirt between now and February 13, 2016 — they’re donating 10% of sales to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Fall is here. It happened overnight. There are leaves in the street, the skies are darker, and the air has that hint of chill coupled with winds that whirlpool dust and newspaper pages all around. There’s electricity in the atmosphere. The clothing is becoming more interesting, too. Already we’re seeing richer, darker colours; heavier, longer layers; and textures coming into play that have been hidden in the back of closets for the past four months of summer. It’s a perfect moment for corduroy, and nothing beats a traditional American two/three roll sack jacket like this one by Alex Mill.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! My time in New Zealand has come to an end. I’m sitting in the cafe at Auckland International Airport waiting to board my flight to New York, and as always, feeling all sorts of nostalgic in the process. Coming back for New Zealand Fashion Week’s 15th Anniversary was a huge deal for me. I was a young kid with a huge amount of drive and determination — but very little direction — and it wasn’t until I started volunteering at NZFW as a VIP driver way back in 2002 that I suddenly discovered that this was the world I wanted to be part of.Click to Continue!