Hey, gidday mates! I’m coming to you live from chilly Christchurch, New Zealand, where I’m hanging with my Mum, Dad, Nana, and Miss Jenny Albright for three days before things get going in Auckland. From Friday-Sunday I’m shooting the Barkers campaign with Tom Bull; on Monday New Zealand Fashion Week starts; and on a few nights scattered in the mix, Jenny and I will be DJing some cool spots in Auckland. It’s all happening! I shot this the day before I flew out for my epic NYC — Frankfurt — Singapore — Auckland voyage, and it was inspired by the sorts of outfits Tom Cruise wore in movies like Rain Man and Roger Moore wore as James Bond.Click to Continue!
Anon asks: So I fell in love with this guy a year ago in NY. I got a job in another state and we both knew it was going to end. He got a girlfriend a couple weeks later, and I respected that (not getting in contact when I would go back to NY). Yesterday he messages me “I’ve thought about you every day since you left.” I’m going to be in town this weekend. He still has his girlfriend, but said his apartment (which he shares with her) would be empty. I want to see him. What to do?
You know what to do, I know what you should do, everybody reading this knows what you’ve gotta do. JUST SAY NO! But since you asked…Click to Continue!
Anon asks: Hey Isaac! I slept with the cute bartender from my local spot where my friends and I hang out a lot. It was a one-off thing and I absolutely do not want anything more but he keeps calling and texting and asking me out on these terrifyingly romantic dates and I don’t want to go. I like him just fine, but I do not like-like him. And I definitely don’t want to sleep with him again! Do I have to stop going to my favorite bar because of one stupid drunken mistake?
Oh mate we’ve all been there. Maybe not with a bartender, but definitely with a waiter/waitress at the local restaurant, a hairdresser at the salon we get our hair snipped, a personal trainer, and/or a friend-of-a-friend who is always going to be at the same parties as us. I believe the three most appropriate expressions best suited to this conundrum of yours are: Don’t Do The Crew; Keep It In Your Pants; and Don’t Pee In Your Own Backyard.Click to Continue!