menswear

Uniqlo LifeWear: Salut, Paris!



Uniqlo Letiquette LifeWear magazine

Uniqlo’s LifeWear magazine continues to be a masterclass in branded printed content. This season’s issue has a collab with L’Etiquette magazine, showing off the best in French casual style (above), plus an interview with John Pawson (who knew he was a Uniqlo outerwear stan?) and a wholesome photo portfolio of Harvard athletes off-duty (think Take Ivy with a sportswear twist – below).

And the standout shoppable pieces are the Uniqlo U Single Breasted Coat*, the Uniqlo U Rounded Jeans* and the men’s wide chino* (sadly sold out but back in ‘early October’ – huge chinos are clearly having a moment)…

Uniqlo LifeWear Harvard students
Young man with bike wearing Uniqlo outfit

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WORDS: Disneyrollergirl / Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGES: Uniqlo LifeWear magazine
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It’s here: The new J.Crew



J.Crew Menswear Aw22 look book

The J.Crew menswear 3.0 look book is in. Is it any cop? You decide.

First impressions from Brendon Babenzien’s J.Crew vision are… it looks promising. Not ground breaking but it aligns with the Drake’s, Aimé Leon Dore, Ralph-lite customer and will likely filter to the Uniqlo tribe looking to spend a little more. Price points look OK and there’s a welcome focus on quality and provenance. (more…)



Hed Mayner SS23



Hed Mayner SS23

I’m not quite sure how Hed Mayner escaped my notice until now, but here we are. Satisfying my love for all things utility-luxe, oversized and rough-around-the-edges, his SS23 collection is an excellent intro to his quiet, self-sufficient world.

Extreme sloping shoulders are something of a signature, seen here in pinstripe tailoring and 80s-Stone-Island-meets-90s-Yohji outerwear, as are repurposed fabrics – e.g., broderie anglaise bedlinens starched and refashioned into roomy tunics and dresses. (more…)