Hey, gidday mates! I love living in New York, and I do believe that attending the international fashion weeks is a privilege, not a chore, but after a solid month of shows in Milan, Paris and New York (men’s and women’s), not to mention freezing temperatures, snow, and an internal voice — heady with fashion week-induced insecurity — that tells me all sorts of unhelpful things, it was high-time to get out of the city for a quick breather with my other half.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! Bonjour, bonjour. First up, apologies if you’ve been having issues with the site for the past few days, the server went down, but we should be up and running at 100% by tomorrow morning at the latest. Jenny and I arrived back from Paris last night, and while I will always love those trips to Europe, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of being in my own apartment, hanging jackets in my own wardrobe, using internet that works properly, eating normal food (like peanut butter and tomatoes on toast) and drinking coffee that’s so strong and so black that a single sip feels like a shot of adrenaline to the heart. GOD BLESS AMERICA.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Today is Blue Oxford Day — a partnership between Lands’ End and the Prostate Cancer Foundation — by wearing a Lands’ End Blue No Iron Pinpoint Oxford Shirt today, you’ll be standing in solidarity with survivors and sufferers of this brutal disease. Prostate cancer affects approximately one in every seven men, and my family is not immune; my grandfather died almost exactly three months after being diagnosed with the disease in 2007. So here’s what you can do: Get regular checkups, and purchase a Lands’ End Blue No Iron Pinpoint Oxford Shirt between now and February 13, 2016 — they’re donating 10% of sales to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I don’t know about you, but I’m somebody who suffers from a serious amount of guilt every time I sleep in past 8:30am on a weekday. This morning I woke up at 10:45am. 10:45!!! I blame three things: the three parties Jenny and I deejayed till 3am last week; my newfound obsession with the family Kardashian; and the NyQuil I drank last night to dull the cold that’s a-brewin’ as we speak.Click to Continue!