Pictures via Vogue.com for GUCCI
If you keep up with men’s fashion in any manner, you’ll know that the menswear business is growing much faster than the women’s. After all, you can’t blame anyone for wanting to look and feel beautiful (if you’re still too stuck up on masculinity, you’re missing out fellas). And while the men’s industry still needs improving, brands are starting to inhabit the space more with one key ingredient: androgyny.
Besides construction sites, deserts are one of my favorite types of landscapes to visit (pictured: mini replica in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden). There’s something about the barren lands and tenacious cacti that feels confrontational yet heroic. It’s a space not made for everyone, and reminds me that only fearlessness survives under such harsh conditions. View Post
To hit 10K on Instagram has to mean something right? (now be sure to also like my Facebook page) Now that I have somewhat of a presence, I’ll be answering the question several of you have asked me: Who am I exactly and what do I do? View Post
Images via Phil Oh for Vogue.com NYFW
If there’s one thing I learned from reading hours and hours of fashion, it’s realizing fashionistas with no set styles, dress the most creatively. From artistic director Sofia Sanchez de Batek to Leandre Medine of Man Repeller, they’ve both given unsatisfying answers when asked to describe their style in a few adjectives. Although that may be frustrating for the interviewer, it’s a key ingredient for finding newness in a too-often-repeated industry. View Post
There’s something ironic about Amsterdam that perhaps influenced me to wear a turtle neck with a pair of shorts. The mix didn’t seem like a match at first, but made more and more sense under the conflicting vibes the city gave off. For every charming canal I walked over, there was a coffee shop that seated smokers who happily gazed off into the distance. And perhaps such harmonic mismatch is what makes Amsterdam such an intriguing visit. View Post