Two absolute babes.
Talented beyond belief.
Can’t wait to hang out with these beauts again!
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
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…
Finally I’ve managed to get at least two outfits done for you guys, two fabulous representatives of the LFW day one Streetstyle fest that took place friday 20th Feb. One outfit from the legendary and I must say very charming Larry Tee, of New York music and club scene fame. Larry also runs a fashion brand called Tzuji, and the latest collection called, deftly, Electro Clash (the musical genre he named a few years back), is superbly covetable and i think this jumper, which is everything, has just gone to the top of my (and every stylist around’s) wish list.
LWF isn’t just full of attention hungry style bloggers and fashion-world’ers. Mostly it is, but here is a stylish graphic designer for you to break the monotony. Casper Chan creates fabulous type-faces and illustrations for magazines and ad-campains around the world, check out his work at Disinlok, its really most wonderous. His instagram page is quite a wonder too. One of the real challenges of great style is how to look fab while wearing something casual and comfortable, and Casper’s blue jacket is casual indeed, yet look for the details in the zip-edging, stylized pockets and a semi-tailored look. Other fab details are tapered trousers, no socks, FABulous oxblood brogues, colour-pop belt and a statement manbag and a hat. Its a perfect attention-grabbing day look, while being both comfortable and practical. WIN. Don’t be afraid to accessorize boys! xx
No, not that Mr Draper. Mr @tuckmb over at @stylefannet. Don’t you just adore the pleated floaty fabulousness of the Issey? I do. Worn with the long utilitarian-style tunic the shimmery fabric really comes alive, and the whole ensemble excudes a certain futuristic-urban-warrior-monk kinda vibe. Oh how I miss the streetstyle saturation of LFW already.
LFW isn’t always as full of sharp and dapper men as LCM, however a few utter gems are there to be found, and one such gem on Day One was Gideon Cudjoe, editor in chief of FNO Magazine. Difficult as it may be to steal the show when you stand next to a fierce and gorgeous amazonian goddess with legs up to there, I think it is fair to say he did. Wearing some killer Makin Jan Ma , both Gideon and @Jul1iebabes looked the Dogs B. I mean, check out those dragon heads! All hail the peeps at Makin Jan Ma.