Hey, gidday mates! Living in New York and never getting out of the city over the weekend is like living in London and never making it over to Continental Europe. It took me five years, but I’m finally getting into the swing of leaving Friday evening and getting back Sunday night. Over the last five weekends, I’ve made four big trips — Upstate twice, Pennsylvania, and Montauk.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates. I hope you like these photos, because I shot them with Bobby Hicks in the freezing rain on Tuesday, was in bed with the flu that same night, and am still in bed as I type. That’s two times that I’ve been seriously sick over the past two weeks, so either I’m having a particularly unlucky run, or my constitution is weakening in my old age. Anyway, you see the turtleneck I’m rocking underneath the plaid shirt? That’s a style move I stole from Leandra Medine over at Man Repeller. Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Even a sick old dog like me.Click to Continue!
Like I proclaimed so enthusiastically in my post on Monday, spring is here and it’s not being shy about making its presence known (today’s high is 17 degrees, compared with minus 17 last week). Clearly, this calls for an entirely new wardrobe strategy: Take off overcoat; replace with lightweight jacket.Click to Continue!
Spring officially sprung (sprang?) yesterday here in America, and as we pushed our clocks forward one hour, something miraculous happened — the season proclaimed its existence with a bright blue sky and blazing yellow sun, and began to work its magic on the snow that’s covered the ground for the past few months. Mountains became molehills, drips converged to form puddles, puddles overflowed to form little streams, and little streams coursed together to form swiftly flowing currents that washed the murky remnants of winter down the drain and out to sea. So with that in mind, it’s my honest hope that this camel double breasted beauty by the Japanese label Tomorrowland will be the last overcoat I have to post on my blog for the next six or so months.Click to Continue!