Loving Sunspel’s work at the moment. The knitwear has been on point for several seasons and they’re upping their collaboration game in a delightful way. Here are two great menswear collabs on my radar…
Sunspel x Casely-Hayford is the tailoring love-in we never knew we wanted (below) (more…)
Fretting about all this Y2K (the decade that taste forgot) revival malarky? Don’t panic! Just do what I do and regress even further – to all things 70s, Grateful Dead and Whole Earth Catalog.
I’m digging this The North Face x Online Ceramics collaboration (disclosure: yes, I too thought it was a ceramics brand – lol), which features The North Face gorpcore sweats, outerwear and accessories with Online Ceramics’ retro peace-out graphics. (more…)
“I want to keep the roof open. And this is what we do with 1774 – invite influential and creative people to come and have a picnic with us. I don’t need the money; I need their energy stream. Their view and interpretation of the brand.” Birkenstock CEO Oliver Reichert, on the secret sauce of the $5 billion brand, How To Spend It (more…)
It’s not even the end of January and already fashion’s legends are crossing the great divide.
While the death of Andre Leon Talley has rightfully dominated the news (everyone it seems has a heartfelt story of his larger-than-life persona), another – more understated – style elder quietly passed away at the age of 91 last weekend. Nino Cerruti (affectionately known as Il Signor Nino) was the grandson of a textile entrepreneur, whose Cerruti 1881 brand was a mainstay of 80s menswear, pegged alongside Armani as the epitome of relaxed masculine elegance. In fact, Giorgio Armani cut his teeth at Cerruti in the 1960s before going on to start his own label. (more…)