We got hit by a late-coming heatwave these past few days, so I’ve been getting back into my favorite pineapple shirt that I picked up a couple of months ago from Mr Porter. Like I said a couple of weeks ago, tone on tone dressing is definitely the easiest way to go for summer. Especially when there’s so much else to think about right now, like the New Zealand election not going the way so many of us hoped it would, and the hurricanes happening in the Caribbean, and the President tweeting crazy ish, LeBron and Michael Rapaport fighting back, and Stevie Wonder being the hero of the weekend for taking a knee at the Global Citizen Festival (which I was lucky enough to go see). Let’s see what happens tomorrow.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I’m coming to you live from sunny Monterey, California, but the photos you’re seeing were shot last month in sunny Gulf Shores, Alabama. But since I’m out here in Cali with Jenny’s parents, it seemed appropriate to publish the second set of photos I shot with her dad, aka my future Father in-law, aka Mr Tom Albright.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Have no doubt — we are well and truly living in the age of social media. Just this morning I took part in the world’s first ever Instagram fashion show for Perry Ellis alongside 99 of my favorite bloggers and men’s style gurus. We each shot a look and posted it to our grams with the tag #100PiecesOfPerry, and just like that, a digital fashion show was born. Who knew! I was given this simple black sweater with grey elbow patches, and I paired it with a grey T-shirt and my favorite pair of grey hopsack pants. To quote the indomitable Moti Ankari, “Simplicity wins.” You can’t go wrong with the classics. Very Perry!Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Yo Isaac! Do you have an updated list on sweet stuff to do when visiting NYC? Maybe stuff you do with Jenny? I’ll be there this summer for 10 days with my boyfriend.
Hey, gidday mate! Please find below an updated list of my favorite things to do in NYC right now, spanning food, nightlife, more food, and shopping.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Retail stores have been pushing spring/summer clothing since mid-January, which makes all the sense, because who doesn’t wanna start buying lightweight layers when it’s snowing outside? But this week spring arrived, and you can see it straight away — dogs are humping legs, teenagers are running around grabbing butts, and some eager beavers are trying it in T-shirts and tank tops. Too soon for all that if you ask me, but now is a good time to start having a think about what to wear for spring. This outfit is about as seasonally cliche as they come — it’s practically the Love Boat uniform — but I’ve been wearing black all winter, so it’s a welcome change. NB though: The loosely worn DB jacket, the untucked tee and the lived-in (aka: dirty) jeans. Anything too crisp with a combo like this and it get a little too exciting and new.Click to Continue!