Hey, gidday mates! I’m sitting in my bedroom surrounded by medicine because this morning I woke up with such an extreme sore throat that I went straight to the doctor and they were like, MATE you have the strep. It’s less fun than it sounds, trust me. But anyway, in this post I’m wearing a bomber and a cape from Dior Homme’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection, featuring artwork by the Brooklyn-based painter Dan Witz — the paintings are from a series called Mosh Pit and feature young men thrashing around in a dark room. I will now go die a slow and painful death in my own dark room. Wish me luck.Click to Continue!
Raf Simons — Oversized knits and puffer jackets mixed with skinny little tailored pants and boots.Click to Continue!
I know I don’t usually do a straight product post of this variety, but I had an hour to kill in Soho yesterday, so I figured what better way to pass the time than to go for a browse through my favourite brands’ boutiques? I stopped by Saint Laurent — the tobacco coloured suede fringe jackets are next level. I checked out Burberry — if you’re in the market for a denim suit, look no further. But it was at Dior Homme that I saw my next purchase; this is the shoe.Click to Continue!
Dior Homme is my menswear holy grail. It was the first brand I ever got obsessed with (way back in 2005), it’s one of the toughest invites to get your hands on during Paris Fashion Week, and in January 2014, at the tail-end of three weeks on the road at the shows in Europe, this collection was presented and restored my faith in clothing.Click to Continue!
Paris Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2015, and the European menswear season as a whole, is officially done and dusted. Right now in Paris the Haute Couture collections are being shown, and shortly after that, the entire fashion world as a whole will decamp for New York Fashion Week, which starts on February the 12th. It’s all happening. So without further ado, these my top picks from our week in Paris.Click to Continue!