Hey, gidday mates! I don’t know about you, but everything feels weird right now. Spring keeps teasing; everyone I know is either sick or suffering from some kind of seasonal/occupational depression; and I think we’re all just desperate to get the winter behind us and move onto new adventures. But I walk through Tompkins Square Park and see the little green shoots and pink blossoms appearing on trees all over the place and it reminds me that everything’s going to be okay. Everything’s going to be okay. Everything’s going to be okay. As a way of combatting the seasonal slump, I’m setting myself a goal of wearing something completely different every day (as opposed to living in my black jeans and leather jacket). This is my attempt at British royal visiting Balmoral Castle in Scotland. How’d I do what what?Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! A few things: 1. New York Fashion Week: Men’s starts today; 2. It is unseasonably warm right now in New York (it’s going to be 16 degrees/61 Fahrenheit on Wednesday); and that means, 3. We can actually wear well-thought-out outfits without having to worry about dying of cold. Hooray! This Tatras goose down puffer jacket is my secret weapon right now. It’s warm but almost completely weightless, and because it’s puffy it compresses, which means I can wear it underneath just about anything — including a tailored suit jacket — eliminating the need for an overcoat. It also makes me look super Italian, which can only mean good things. Si si? Maybe. Hard to say. Happy Fashion Week, New Yorkers! Happy Monday, everybody else!Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I’m coming to you live from Milan, Italy, it’s a crisp winter’s day, the sun is shining, Jenny’s here with me, Richard Biedul just flew into town, Sonny Vandevelde is staying in the room next to mine, the shows start tomorrow, and I’m extremely excited for the next two weeks of adventures!Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! This was the final outfit I shot during my time in Los Angeles. We were driving down Wilshire Boulevard as the sun was dipping behind the buildings, and I spotted this cool old cinema named El Rey. We pulled up, stood out front, shot a few frames, and then the manager came out and said, “You know it’s a lot more impressive looking if we turn on all the lights. Wait a minute.” He went back inside, flicked a switch, et voila, he was right.Click to Continue!