Hey, gidday mates! I’m on this quest to collect as much streetwear as possible right now. It’s a hobby I haven’t indulged in since my university days (over 10 years ago!!!) when I used to scour eBay for all the Nike Vandals and throwback basketball jerseys I could find, and wear them with the skinniest jeans imaginable. It was a look. This time round I’m toning it down. A bit. This yellow Stussy hoodie is my latest acquisition, and I love it under a beautiful piece of outerwear like my trusty Zegna coat, and some tailored pants like these wide-wale cords by Gant Rugger, all finished off with these heavy-soled Dries Van Noten derbies. I guess it’s like an adult take on a teenage style. Which is fitting, because I’m kinda like an adult version of a teenager.Click to Continue!
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! Another day, another gratuitous make out series featuring me and Jenny, shot by our friend Kat Irlin (@kat_in_nyc). For this set of images, we were inspired by the 80s movies of John Hughes — Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, The Breakfast Club, et al. Think: Kids running amok after the prom in dresses with Chuck Taylors, denim jackets with ties, plus plenty of smeared lipstick. And then we got rained on. The results, below.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! This right here is my favorite outfit of the moment. It’s a slight update on my favorite outfit of last summer — i.e. I threw a jacket over top — and I made one small improvement: my belt matches my shoes this time around. The look is a little bit 1950s with the candy striped shirt, the grey hopsack pants and the white socks, and it’s a little bit 1980s with the double breasted jacket, but most of all, it’s a cool take on what is probably the most
boring classic formal outfit a guy can wear: Blue blazer, button-down shirt, grey flannel pants. It might not exactly be wedding reception appropriate, but it’s perfect for any event I have to go to that requires me to be a bit dressed up but not personality-less. Ya dig?
Hey, gidday mates! I’ve been going so casual for the past few months that I thought it was about time that I went back to my schoolboy-dressing roots for a minute. So with that in mind, this was the outfit I wore when Jenny and I deejayed the William Morris Endeavor holiday party at The Bowery Hotel a couple weeks ago. I’m not messing around when I say schoolboy, and to be fair, if I pushed this outfit any further it’d probably err on the side of costume, but here and now, it’s a uniform classic: Navy chalk-stripe blazer, white button-down shirt, navy knit tie, grey pants, black Docs, done.Click to Continue!