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!
Despite a constant string of late nights due to DJing and partying and my current predilection for insomnia, I’m on a bit of a health kick at the moment, and I read recently that drinking beet juice increases the flow of blood to your vital organs, which makes them operate better. So for the past four or so weeks I’ve been drinking beet, carrot, apple, lemon, and ginger juice every day.Click to Continue!
Day 1 – Jacket and tie: Crane Brothers; pocket square: vintage; jeans: 3X1; shoes: Converse; shirt: Lands’ End. Last week Lands’ End issued me with my dream challenge. They said: “We’ll send you five of our No Iron Dress Shirts, you wear one each day, and blog the results.” I said: “Okayyyy!” It was good for a couple of reasons — I do not own an iron, so no iron is always my preference; it forced me to wear an actual different outfit every day for five days (which is an extreme rarity… confession: I did wear the same pairClick to Continue!
I’m still trying to get my head around the seasonal change here in New York – Spring has arrived, but the temperatures are still in the negatives each day. Go figure. Every store in the city has transitioned into their S/S collections, but I’m not about to go buy some shorts when I can barely leave the house without a scarf and gloves. (That said, I did pick up J Crew’s seersucker suit jacket yesterday, but when in Rome.) With that in mind, these are some of my favourite looks right now to combat the cool weather, while still attemptingClick to Continue!
Photos: Noah Emrich of NOVH fame I’m a bad tourist. I’ve been in New York for almost four months and I haven’t gone up the Empire State Building, taken the ferry past the Statue of Liberty or visited Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys or Bloomingdale’s. So when I arrived at Bloomingdale’s with Noah Emrich of NOVH fame for our latest What’s in store for the New York Times, I was more than a little daunted by its size. Bloomingdale’s is a behemoth – the menswear department alone must be three or four times the size of Smith & Caughey’s. Everything’s bigger inClick to Continue!