Saturday, September 28, 2013

The Greatest Thing You'll Ever Learn - Clement Chabernaud by Jeff Burton

I think there were times in our lives that we forget what's truly important in life. My Hermes Birkin. Love, because there would be nothing stronger of a bond than it. May it be from a significant other, a friend or family. My Father once told me sometime ago that I should find somebody and settle down because it would be a hard life growing old alone. I was barely out of college and enjoying my bachelor's life. I could have cared less about love because I had my money, my fabulous people around me and my amazing life. The biggest conundrum of being born from the Society.

Now that I'm a little bit older and maybe a little wiser I see that there was some truth to what he said. Keep the friends that you truly treasure close, the family that supported me from the beginning and cherish this person that would love me for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health until death do us part.

I was glad that I waited.

Happy Weekend my fashionistos and fashionistas!

I guess it was Clement Chabernaud week this week. Again, the top male model grazed the pages of Vogue Hommes International as photographed by Jeff Burton. This slightly haunting editorial was styled by Anastasia Barbieri with pieces by Tom Ford, Hermes, Lanvin, Gucci and Valentino to name a few. I absolutely love how some of the images were grainy. Such a beautiful editorial story.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Just Breath - Clement Chabernaud by Nicolas Valois

I'm having the worst luck with my car right now. So after a great weekend, I was on my way to work yesterday and in such a good mood for a Monday too. I got in my car and turned on the engine. Not turning over. It felt like I was in a horror movie. The Battery? Nope . . . well that was about the only thing I know about cars. Ask me about fashion, and I might know the answer but cars? I'm clueless. So I thought to take a cab or Lyft or use Uber (as the Bubs suggested). We shall see how this pans out. Realistically, it's not that bad as long as BART runs to and fro. I would hate to take the bus.

Well, hopefully your week would go better than mine my fashionistos and fashionistas!

In today's post, we have an editorial that appeared on the debut issue of Men's Uno International. It featured top model, Clement Chabernaud as Leon: The Professional. The project was shot by Nicolas Valois and styled by Kang-Wei Hu with killer looks by Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Burberry Prorsum to name a few.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Nessun Dorma - Noah Mills & RJ Rogenski by Milan Vukmirovic

Sometimes I find myself having second thoughts about things I thought I was so sure of. A big part of it is because I still have a lot of things on my "to do" list before I settle down. I feel like I'm always in a race against time. I guess that's one thing that I don't share with other twenty somethings who think that they have all the time in the world. To me I feel like 24 hours a day is not enough to do everything and what's this? It's already September! In two months it will be my year anniversary! Time is flying by. 

I know people and things but mostly people wont wait for me but sometimes I have this I love you but I love me more complex. Call it a defense mechanism from things I learned from my young life. Then again, a few of the biggest things on my list happened because of being with the Bubs. So really it's alway a mix bag  of chocolates which is what life is. A mix bag, mine just happens to have brand name chocolates versus the generic ones. 

Happy Hump Day my fashionistos and fashionistas

In today's post we have top models, Noah Mills and RJ Rogenski that appears on the new issue of Details Magazine. Milan Vukmiriovic captures the boys outdoors in comfy sweater looks styled by Matthew Marden. Even though it's slightly cooler these days, not quite sweater weather yet . . . well not in my part of town, gotta love SF's micro-climates.


Saturday, September 14, 2013

Seeing Stars - Chris Hernandez by Tony Veloz

How does one end a perfectly busy fashion week WITHOUT being in New York? Dance till the 5 AM? Yes. The only down side was that the Bubs was in LA already. So there were times through the night where a song would play and sorta be like "OH you remember this song from Rio?!" but the Bubs wasn't there. I mean I love my friends but sometimes I could only take so much of longing. Especially harder since the Bubs was just here with me this week. Hashtag my life sucks without you hashtag going emo. But hey all I could do was let it roll over my shoulders besides I'm in the company of friends. But a boy could wish for more, couldn't he?

Well I'm off to get some needed brunch with friends. Social's life 24/7.

Happy Weekend my fashionistos and fashionistas! Make it count!

We close of the week with an editorial for Fashionisto Online featuring America's Next Top Model contender, Chris Hernandez. The project was shot by Tony Veloz and styled by Kennard Jackson featuring fast fashion pieces by Zara, Topman, and H&M. This boy has so much potential, these were pretty stunning photos.

You go Chris H.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Gone With The Wind Fabulous - Benjamin Eidem by Sara Bille

I would like to begin this post by saying, We will never forget, 9/11.

As New York Fashion Week comes to a close, I still feel a little dejected and somewhat left out that I didn't attend this season. It was hard for me to check any of my social media outlets without feeling a pang of jealousy for those people that went to the shows and the after parties. OH, the fun-FUN-FUN after parties! To make matter worse, for some reason, all the delinquents that come up to my neighborhood tends to gravitate to my car when they need to steal something. Yep, my car got broken into . . . again. I mean they didn't get anything that valuable besides a few coins (including my car's coin tray, I mean why?! I don't know they didn't have a bag?), and some random car parts replacement. Clearly they weren't that smart because my vintage fur hat (not a trapper but a brim hat) was also in the trunk and they didn't take it. Go figure.

But atleast the Bubs decided to come to my side of the world before heading to a Los Angeles gig later on the week. God knows, how I missed spending quality time with the Bubs on the flesh. I needed some cheering up after the debacle that was last week.

I got to keep positive and not stress out about everything. Roll with the punches as they say. Oh well, Happy Hump Day, my dear fashionistos and fashionistas!

Dapper as one could be, I'm featuring an editorial that appeared on the newest issue of swedish publication, King Magazine. The super suave editorial featured top model Benjamin Eidem as photographed by Sara Bille. Iris Hjelmstedt styled the Eidem in great black tuxedos and lush dinner jackets rounded but a very regal backdrop. Pour me a glass of scotch, old sport. A perfect Gentleman.