Hey so after I wrote last week’s post about the five shoes you need this winter, I had a bunch of girls contact me and ask me to do one for them. I often get asked to talk more about womenswear and I probably should because I am finding myself far more interested in women’s clothing than men’s of late, largely due to the fact that I have a real life clotheshorse on hand who actually enjoys/tolerates being dragged around department stores and boutiques and forced to try on anything that catches my eye. It’s probably my favourite way toClick to Continue!
I don’t know about you, but Fall is here and I’m going nuts on the colour brown. Having worn virtually nothing but blue for most of my adult life, it’s a surprisingly easy transition, since everything else in my closet is either blue, forest green, maroon, or khaki, and therefore goes pretty damn well with brown. So it will come as no surprise that my 24 eBay collections are filled with glorious brown clothing, such as that Levi’s Trucker Jacket in buttery soft suede (top left), and those glorious Church’s lace-ups (bottom right), but that they’re also filled with all thoseClick to Continue!
Carven Spring/Summer 2013. 1. Guess what, guys!? At the risk of sounding even more shallow than usual, I had my favourite day in as long as I can remember yesterday on a wild shopping spree with my girlfriend and our best good friend Jenny. Why did I enjoy it so much? Because I got to suggest outfits for them to try on – which they did without protest – and if they looked great, they bought the clothes. We all have things we’re good at in this world, and I’ve always prided myself on two things: Parallel parking and personalClick to Continue!
I’m not one for sight-seeing, dining out or discovering new neighbourhoods – when I go to a city, the thing that does it for me is self-made traditions. In Milan, I fly into Malpensa, catch the Cadorna Express, take the no. 27 tram to Ungheria, walk into my hotel on via 22 Marzo, chat with the owners, then go upstairs and knock on two doors; one belonging to Australian backstage photographer Sonny Vandevelde and the other to international blogging sensation Bryan Boy. It’s as close to a familial experience as I get while overseas. After saying our hellos yesterday, BryanClick to Continue!