Hey, gidday mates! Over the course of two days during New York Fashion Week back in February, I had the extremely pleasurable pleasure of shooting a day-in-the-life short film for Details Magazine alongside my buddies Justin Livingston of Scout Sixteen fame, and Saul Carrasco of Trend Styled fame. But this is no regular short film! It incorporates special technology that enables you to click on anything that tickles your fancy as the film is playing, and at the end, shows you all the things you clicked on and where you can buy them/explore more. Not bad, right? Check it out below, and click, click, click!Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! New York Fashion Week has officially begun, and for the next couple of days I’m going to be doing video recaps of the official top five moments of the day (aka Fashion Five) for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Today’s highlights include mega-celebrities, boys dressed as girls, Carmelo Anthony’s kids charity show and more!Click to Continue!
This week’s question deals with that often unavoidable, typically awkward, and always upsetting conundrum: What do you do if you’re out with your friends and you run into your ex? And you’re not really that over your ex? Or you still feel really angry with your ex? Or your heart has been smashed into a million pieces by your ex? Or, God forbid, your ex is on a date with someone else!?Click to Continue!
I have a tendency to get obsessed with GQ‘s various video series — first it was In The Closet with Tyler Thoreson and Josh Peskowitz back in the men.style.com days, then it was the GQ Rules with Michael Hainey and Jim Moore, and now it’s Tom Ford’s Project Upgrade with Tom Ford and Jim Moore, where they take a completely random, ordinary guy off the street, and make him over like only Tom Ford can. The only thing is that none of these guys are random or ordinary at all — somehow they just happen to look like Greek godsClick to Continue!
Take it from me: Fashion is no laughing matter. I know this because I’ve worked in it for nigh on 10 years, I’ve witnessed actual madness occur at fashion shows, and I’ve read (and written) enough snooty pieces about the utmost importance of this business on the grand scheme of things to realise that there really are far more people in this industry who resemble characters from The Devil Wears Prada than you might imagine. So nothing does it for me more than a clothing company who isn’t afraid to take the mick and poke a bit of fun, allClick to Continue!