Phoenix. Photo: Filter Magazine 1. I have two best good friends in all the world, and their names are Nic and Sheida. I introduced Nic to his wife — who just so happens to be Sheida’s cousin — I was best man at both their weddings, and you might remember Sheida from such comedy dance videos as Singapore Shufflin’. It also just so happens that both Nic and Sheida’s wives got pregnant within a week of each other approximately nine months ago. Sheida and Allison had their son yesterday in Singapore, and Nic and Lua are currently in the throes ofClick to Continue!
Anon asks: Hey Isaac! Love your work. Not sure if this is within your area of expertise, but after becoming engaged a while back, I am now facing the dilemma of what to wear to my wedding. I recently ordered a single breasted, two button, made to measure suit from Working Style, mainly for work purposes. It’s a beautiful suit, so could I also get away with wearing it to my wedding? If not, what other colours would you recommend? The wedding is in summer in New Zealand. Cheers for your help. Keep up the good work! Yo! First thingsClick to Continue!
Once upon a time in the June of 2011, my best good friend Sheida Hancock and I took to the streets of Singapore to film a deeply important piece of cinema. The reviews were unanimous: “Moving,” “A genre transcending performance,” “Life changing,” “Twerk.” Ladies and gentlemen, this is Singapore Shufflin’. I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!
Last time I was in Singapore I shot my first ever international What’s in store at Raffles Hotel boutique Surrender. It was such a good time – and my best good friend (and star of Singapore Shufflin’) Sheida Hancock was such a willing photographer – that today I went and visited the shop for round two. Surrender has changed a lot since June of 2011; there’s at least twice as much product on offer, and a bunch of new labels including UNIS, Maison Kitsune and Nike Gyakusou, not to mention the largest selection of Thom Browne this side of NewClick to Continue!
Me, bleeding. 1. Yesterday, in a fit of misguided heroism, I attempted to catch a glass that had fallen on the bench and toppled over the side. Only what I didn’t realise until my hand was wrapped around the rim was that it had shattered upon impact with the counter top. Blood sprayed – on the wall and the floor – and I proceeded to swear both violently and repeatedly as I attempted to stem the flow. Then, as I was applying pressure at various points and running my hand under cold water, my nose started to bleed. Oh, sweetClick to Continue!