Fashion Month is soon upon us once more, so why not lead up to it with a look back at Men’s Fashion Week just gone?
One of the greatest pleasures was to bump into fashion journalist Yu Masui at Belstaff during LCM.
I’ve been happily following his intstagram posts for some time, and am thus a big fan of his sartorial choices.
Always a bit kooky, mixing and matching with apparent effortlessness, he’s sure brighten up the streets wherever he may find himself!
Cant wait to see what ‘Yu is wearing’ at LFW xxx
I adore a flamboyant coat on a man.
Paired with plain black and attitude this paisley embroidered number it’s simply fu*k-off awesomeness.
Oh, and the hat. The hat is killer.
Perfection from Richard K at the Pause Magazine collective presentation during LCM
Or perhaps she does.
Im guessing she cares, and that that’s exactly why she has pink hair.
Because it looks like delicious candy-floss and brightens up everyone’s day.
At least mine.
Fabulous running into her at Pause Online’s presentations during LCM.
All hail Leanne Bebbie and her happy-lovely-dreamy tresses.
But what else can you expect from professional MUAs.
What a perfect example of nailing glamorous streetstyle, by adding the right accessories, and – well, lets face it, faces…natural beauty would be the most coveted of all ‘accessories’, no?
Also, I have major blue hat envy, and I’m secretly wondering what Vee wants us to swear on…
London Collections: Men has been and gone.
And I miss it.
But here is a snippet of some of the LCM shows to keep us all going to LFW
Read full reviews of the shows over at XXY Magazine, where I am currently illustrator in residence…
Long have I wanted to illustrate these Supersiblings, these Stylesiblings,
I had the pleasure of meeting them at the Velsvoir presentation during LCM in January, and promised an illustration.
Then I spotted them looking too fabulous for words during LFW.
And somehow my reference photos of them have turned out terrible.
Like, really terrible.
So I have helped myself to an image by Dapper Lou in order to complete the task, I hope you don’t mind Mr Lou.
The designer/style consultant sister and brother lead the way in Modern Dapper, pure Dandy and Dandyzette,
and I cant wait to see what they’ll be wearing come next LCM/LCF.
And how much do I lust after her HAT?!?
What does it take to build a fashion empire?
Grit, talent and luck? Or money and connections?
Or all of the above?
My illustrations for XXY Magazine this month explores the ideas surrounding
and how a new generation is re-defining old business models and cultural icons