Thursday, October 6, 2016

connotations behind the poses



Does fashion take itself too seriously? That's relative.

Does men's fashion take itself too seriously. Define serious.

Have a drink with me and we can chat.


Saturday, October 1, 2016

a jacket is just a jacket


There's important news you need to be informed about at this moment: Girls just wrapped filming, Nina Nitsche via Margiela has joined Vetements, Solange drops an album you wholeheartedly need to survive the weekend and because this is 2016, same-sex couples no longer require traveling through the hoopla to adopt their own children.

If you haven't been outside the past few weeks, due to being recluse or some shit, you will have noticed that it's officially fall. We are also overwhelmed with how soon PSL has come into our awareness, which can lead to an early diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Therefore, the northern hemisphere is changing and we'll either have to fatten up or purchase some really, really nice coats.

Going back to 2016 and how society is taking a few leaps forward, I have selected a few coats from the women's department because the plethora of men's options is just not enough. If I want to sport a delicate oversized purple Carven jacket, then I will sport the aforementioned delicate oversized purple jacket.

When I don't enjoy the options provided me through various retailers in the men's departmet, I deviate and cruise towards the women's department. The notion that our clothing is defined by our gender is antiquated. Therefore, men, please cruise the four options I have curated that I can't afford, but maybe you can and I can live vicariously through you.

From left to right: Acne Studios, Isabel Marant, Harris Wharf London and Emilio Pucci.