I love this combo of long and long on The Sartorialist. We’re so used to the oversized boxy silhouette that this looks different and sweet.
I also just noticed the Vuitton bag. I’ve recently fallen back in love with the classic Vuitton monogram used in the most simple context and you can’t beat a functional cross-body bag.
Woah, why is everyone in fashion obsessed with Normcore and Acting Basic? These anti-fashion trends could be a reaction to the street-style/overdressing circus, or maybe we’re just tired of agonising over how we look. Plus, sometimes basic Gap tees and Fruit Of The Loom sweats can look as good as clean, serene Celine (well, almost). Continue reading
We’re not even two weeks in and it’s already shaping up to be another good year for sneaker heads.
First, the surprise appearance of trainers (in thrice waxed leather or white velvet!) at Tom Ford’s AW14 menswear presentation. In fact the whole Tom Ford collection was casualised (below), so posh trainers aren’t too out of place…
Ahhh beaches and discos, my two favourite things. I love love love Massimo Vitali‘s cult photo book, Beach & Disco, perfect for perusing at this time of year while envying the likes of Marc Jacobs frolicking on the sands of St Bart’s and other beachy New Year destinations. Here’s Marc wearing his Orlebar Brown swimming shorts which depict their very own Massimo Visali-esque scene (thanks What’s-He-Wearing-nee-00o00 for the heads up)…
Jacket, Hysteric Glamour (stylist’s own)
I’ve just bought a Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 camera to satisfy my old school Polaroid cravings. (Alas the Impossible Project’s new-style Polaroid film wasn’t working for me.) The white bordered credit card-sized photos are perfect for personal keepsakes and the camera is a fun addition to parties, weddings and family events.
But let’s face it, it’s not always convenient to lug a camera around. So for the iPhone generation, Printic is a cute take on the Polaroid format. Install the app on your iPhone/Android phone, set up a profile, then select images to get them printed remotely. Continue reading