Interview with Holographic Artist Rob Munday: You may not recognise the name Rob Munday, but you definitely know his work. Along with artist Chris Levine, Rob, who is […]
Get used to the name Tom Cridland. The young entrepreneur’s online menswear brand is built on a simple promise: to make high standard classic pieces at a reasonable […]
Pre-Fall 2017 Louis Vuitton: There’s nothing quite like a great pre-collection to make you want to chuck your old winter threads into the recycling bin. See the pre-Fall […]
The Sonia Rykiel Capsule Collection Spring 2017: Sonia Rykiel, the queen of rainbow stripes and chic knits passed away in August 2016 at the age of 86. […]
There is much to know about this month’s much anticipated collaboration – AEANCE Steven Tai. Premium athletic wear label, AEANCE, presents it’s second collection in a collaboration with Steven Tai. Known for their non-seasonal approach to fashion and bold architecturally striking designs, the brand caters to both: working out and going out, creating sophisticated sportswear that is both elegant and in fact, genius.
The Calvin Klein Men’s Underwear Campaign Spring 2017 features the film’s main cast members: Mahershala Ali, Ashton Sanders, Trevante Rhodes and the adorable Alex Hibbert in a series of classic black and white portraits.
To celebrate it’s tenth anniversary, Orlebar Brown has added the Jack short to its evocatively canine named classics (think Springer, Setter, Bulldog and Dane). The new design is named after the Jack Russel Terrier, and in keeping with this particular dog breed’s high energy nature, this latest addition is designed for peak athlectic performance. To illustrate the point, Orlebar Brown has cast model, TED speaker and exercise coach Roger Frampton.
In 1963, a young 19-year-old David Magnus was asked to photograph an upcoming band called The Beatles during a small concert at Stowe School. It was the start of a long-standing relationship between the photographer and the Fab Four. It helped establish him as one of the most sought after photographers of his generation. Among his later sitters were Brigitte Bardot, Jimi Hendrix and Marianne Faithfull.