Tag: Patti Smith
From time to time I like to take a look at some of the more interesting menswear campaigns out there, here are a couple that have caught my eye recently.
First up, pictures have emerged of US actor Michael Pitt in Rag & Bone‘s menswear campaign for AW13. In these stills taken from the upcoming video (set for September release) Pitt is seen driving around downtown Manhattan wearing a selection of Rag & Bone’s Autumn/Winter outerwear including a beautiful shearling collar coat, and (as even The Daily Mail were excited to report) trashing his own guitar in the middle of a New York City street. He’s one of the few people of his stature who could carry off such a stunt with any sense of authenticity (the man is friends with Patti Smith after … Read More »
With the British summer proving to be as unpredictable as the will-they-won’t-they negotiations that just ended at No. 10, its best to plan for everything and be a man for all seasons. Here are some current favourites from what’s in stores right now. As a new touch, each pick is partnered with suggested reading, viewing or listening. It’s all about the inspiration, right?
There’s a whole lot of grey marl going on out there (unfortunately a bit too much of it in Essex). But I’ve always been a fan of the plain sweatshirt, especially when the shape is right. When you just want a really good look and to stay warm, you can’t go wrong. Plain clothing can also be a very stylish approach to wearing colour, such as a strong red sweatshirt paired with quality blue denim like Read More »
Probably my last post of today. A rare (from me) posting of YouTube items.
First of all, in the week that the late, great Lee Alexander McQueen was buried, lest we forget, here is another icon, Ms Patti Smith no-less dedicating her final song to him at a performance during New York Fashion Week
And on to a current obsession. House Music saviors Azari & Ill (even the name is genius) are here to remind us what good, jacking house should sound like. Reckless with your love is already one of my tracks of 2010 and since it was spotlighted in their recent Warm mix, Hungry for the power is too. Genius, genius, genius. If you really want to believe in a 1990s revival then these Toronto guys wrote the book.