Monday, October 25, 2010
The Gaultier man spring/summer 2011 has good base of everything a man needs to look good for the season. The collection had a bit of middle eastern inspiration. I like the use of leather and sheer pieces. the hand bag that looked like multiple handbags in one is quite nice. The use of 3D glasses in the collection makes me wonder if those clothes look better with them on. The open toe hi tops are quite interesting but again I dont think American boys are not quite ready for those . . . yet.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
For this pictorial that appeared on the current issue of Fiasco Magazine entitled Stranded, Justin Wu photographed Jamie Kendrick stuck somewhere with nothing . . . nothing but the best pieces from Lanvin, Pringle of Scotland and of course with that sweater with the epaulettes that I adore from the Burberry Prorsum F/W 2010-11 collection. Yeah nothing.
Friday, October 22, 2010
So a few days ago, a fellow blogger suggested that everybody should post a "what's in your bag" post and thought it was a great idea. I do carry a bag most of the time, since I carry my mac everywhere (hint, is in dire need of an ipad). I do have a few murses but I think i still hold back to a more traditional men's satchel-esque bags than going overboard and actually donning a more purse looking bag, which there's nothing wrong just not my style. Only regret after taking the photos and putting everything away, I found one item that i forgot to take out from one of the pockets (one of the more pricey things that I carry around too) but oh well,
What's in the bag:
Bag: Energie Gold label
Coin purse: D&G
Wallet: Louis Vuitton
My temporary personal cards held by a vintage money clip
My tiny notebook
Glasses: Anglo American
Heartbeats by Gaga in black
Caramel apple lollipop
Sunglasses: Armani Exchange
Phone: Iphone 4
Nivea lipcare stick
Keys; Keychain: Tumi
Not pictured: Canon Powershot Camera, and my Montblanc pen :/
and that's what's in my bag, most of the time. Happy Friday Everyone.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
|Gucci F/W 2010-11|
You've seen it before, toggle coats (aka duffle coats)! A great way to get warm without being bulky. I think for most people we do love that fashion is still moving forward and always pushing the envelope but for the pret-a-porter side of fashion, it is always good to know that some pieces are timeless and will always be acceptable to wear in the future. I believe toggle coats is one of them. I also like that the variety is there. You can have a very rugged, workingmen's version or the more luxe, more refined version that comes with a price
Here are some of my suggestions:
Where to get them:
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
You remember him from the Armani Exchange underwear campaign. In this editorial for GQ Taiwan titled, Urban Military, Clint Mauro photographed by Chiun-Kai Shih featured pieces that resembling a seafaring captain of a ship. I do love my Military inspired pieces and it's awesome that it is always in style.
Monday, October 18, 2010
Okay, I love Kris Van Assche and this collection was good but I was literally waiting for these models to walk out with light sabers, seriously. The collection featured a very monochrome, bellowy, but very strong pieces. The ultra low V, sleeveless shirts gave a very alluring feel to the collection. And of course the drop crotch pants trend was also adapted to the looks. I know I am
Saturday, October 16, 2010
I know I have been featuring high fashion ever since I started blogging, which I love but at the same time I am a sneaker head as well. One of the good things about Kanye West (pre-being an
|LOVE THIS . . .|
|AND HOW THEY LOOK WITH LIGHT REFLECTED!|
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Jacob Coupe, photographed by Serge Leblon wearing some of the best grays from the top names for their fall/winter collection. Besides the great styling. I love how everything looks hard and cold that reminds me of mid-century europe.