Another day, another dip into the back crevices of my wardrobe.Click to Continue!
Matvey Lykov at Berluti. Oh hi guysssss, I’ve just developed my third disposable camera, this time from the Paris shows, and these are the results. Once again they’re extremely hit and miss, but when they’re on, they are so very on. It was my first trip back to Paris in two years, and it reminded me of everything I love about the city (the vibe, the buildings, the Metro, the food, the people), and everything I hate about it (the pace, the price, the people); but I have learned something since moving to New York that helped me a lotClick to Continue!
My favourite piece of the menswear season to date, illustrated by Richard Haines for T. 1. On Sunday last week I was walking down the street when I saw my old mate Karen Inderbitzen Waller standing outside a pub. I ran over to her, screamed her name and twirled her round and round in a bear hug. When she told me to let her go in a very American accent, I realised my mistake, apologised about ten thousand times and put her down. Seven days later, my old mates Zara Mirkin and Zippora Seven had a house warming party atClick to Continue!
Photo: Adam Custins (click to enlarge) There are two suits that every guy should own: one navy, one grey. I’m a little late to the game, but as of last month, at 27 years of age, I’m halfway there. Zambesi recently launched a made to measure suiting programme (expanding on its off the rack offering), and I spent a considerable amount of time discussing the options with menswear designer Dayne Johnston before selecting a cropped blazer and tapered pants suit in a textured charcoal cloth. Now this might come as a shock – so get your smelling salts ready –Click to Continue!
Photos: Marissa Findlay In a fun little episode of life imitating art, I’m currently sitting in my chair, typing away, wearing the exact same shirt that David Kemp is wearing in the photograph above. I know what you’re thinking – how is that a Zambesi shirt? It’s so bright! The answer is simple my friends: S/S 2012 is the typically moody label’s most colourful in 30 years of business. Shot here in campaign form by Marissa Findlay (daughter of Zambesi’s founders Elisabeth and Neville), and featuring three platinum blondes (David Kemp, Joshua Skelton and Krystal Glynn), the collection takes onClick to Continue!