CULT Fashion: London Streetstyle x Streetart
Shameless self promotion. Myself in an image from a series taken for Chasseur Magazine in a shoot directed by myself that showcases London street style against a back drop of amazing street art along Brick Lane.
.(weaing TOMS, Marc Jacobs, All Saints, 411 Berlin & Cheap Monday)
Read my article and see all the looks here;
CULT Fashion: London Collections:Men AW13
A triumph of British menswear again, read my coverage from the shows which I attended for Chasseur and Beige Magazines (photography by Conor Clinch for Chasseur).
CULT Fashion: Celebrating British Menswear
Ahead of London Collections Men the British Fashion Council has released his fashion film featuring LCM designers; Agi & Sam, Beauty Berry, Burberry, E. Tautz, Gieves & Hawkes, Hardy Amies, Jonathan Saunders, John Lobb, Matthew Miller, Oliver Spencer, Paul Smith, Richard James, Richard Nicoll and Xander Zhou.
Very much looking forward to attending AW13 in my capacity as menswear journalist at Beige magazine and as London Fashion Editor for Chasseur Magazine.
CULT Fashion: TOMS Give Shop London
Fashion is not always about the trivial and shallow. I will be collaborating with TOMS as a press ambassador for ‘Give Smiles’ at this event. It is PRESS only; if you are press, please get in touch with regards to attending and come and discover the fantastic philanthropic work TOMS do.
CULT fashion: Domingo Rodriguez
Domingo Rodriguez has to be one of the hardest working young men in London fashion and his graft is certainly paying off. The acclaimed menswear designer graduated from Liverpool’s John Moore University in 2008 and won the Menswear Award at Graduate Fashion Week, subsequently going on to study at the world renown London College of Fashion; he was also awarded the prestigious Harold Tillman Scholarship to study MA Fashion Design and Technology (Menswear) after impressing a judging panel which included Julien Macdonald and Claudia Schiffer at Graduate Fashion Week 2008 with his BA collection.
Rodriguez has gained extensive industry experience interning at the Delphine Wilson Knitwear and at menswear designers Kim Jones and Carolyn Massey, all of whom he has credited with influencing his work. His design inspirations are diverse and technical; past collections have focused on the scaffolding lines of the human figure and through bias cutting create a chevron effect that mirrors bone structure, movement and the rhythm of muscle tone. Of his designs he says that he; “aims to give a sense of personal luxury that reflect traditional men’s staples whilst retaining familiarity through subversion and inherited history.” …..
Read my full article for Chasseur Magazine; http://chasseurmagazine.com/2012/11/04/introducing-domingo-rodriguez/
CULT Fashion: Bodybound
Ones to Watch. Mark my words.
CULT Fashion: Euphorik
Is it possible to marry streetwear with more formal styles of male dressing? Euphorik, a London based label currently making waves amongst the fashion elite (indeed the label recently received tastemaker of the moment Nik Thakkar’s seal of approval) think so…
Read my full article and see the lookbook on Chassuer Magazine; http://chasseurmagazine.com/2012/10/22/introducing-euphorik/#
CULT Fashion: This is London
LFW Street Style SS13
Image: Fab Sugar
CULT Fashion: Alexander McQueen menswear is coming home
One of the best pieces of news this year; the BFC has just announced that Alexander McQueen’s mainline menswear collection will return to London in January to show at London Collections: Men for AW13. McQueen joins Tom Ford in giving a massive boost to London’s fledgling menswear week.