Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.
Here’s one way to work a print for men: Mariano di Vaio sticks to black and white, meaning there’s no added confusion around mixing colour. Black pants, a white shirt and a black and white printed blazer makes for a failsafe way to add some print into an outfit.
There’s so much you can do with an all-white outfit. Esther Quek gives just one example with this getup: a white “skort”, shirt and blazer, accessorised by a few colourful and dandy details. Finishing the look: a pair of bold heels.
Mixing up smart tailoring and casual accents is something of a skill for men, but one that Simone Marchetti clearly possesses. A blue suit with printed shirt and minimalist black sandals made for a sharp yet effortless outfit in Milan.
“A new life awaits you in the off-world colonies…” Valentina Siragusa’s digital print ensemble references the future metropolis of Blade Runner – and is all the better for it. A hint of clear perspex heel and clear plastic framed sunglasses adds a futuristic element that matches to perfection.
Peter Coulson wanted to create some art suitable for the short attention spans of the modern social-media inflicted youth, so he indulged in some fast flashes and choppy edits and put together a video captivating enough to hold even the most distracted eyes. Enlisting his muse Rhiannon Tragear-Ragg yet again, Coulson’s final product is both spellbinding and sexy – as are the accompanying stills.
Master the cat eye, and you’ve got a whole new world of makeup at your disposal. Case in point: this video from Free People that fills you in on four different ways to rock a cat eye, in time to make them part of your summer makeup routine: the classic, the mix, the colour splash and the rocker.
Glorious excess is the theme of Agent Provocateur‘s new fall 2014 campaign – and which better era to channel from than the 1970s? Blonde babes Ashley Smith and Dioni Tabbers star alongside Canadian bombshell Missy Rayder in the elaborate vision of retro-inspired hedonistic glamour. The Bond Girl, The Glamour Girl, The Show Girl, and The Mystery Girl are the characters populating the collection and the…
Pick two: crop top, mini skirt, high heels. Generally speaking that would be the safest rule, since opting for all three can be a recipe for bad taste. And yet, Patricia Manfield, in keeping her neckline higher than her heels, managed to pull it off with elegance.
You’ve already seen the final products, which – by some good fortune – do appear in the plural. There was Rhiannon in a car in lingerie and then part 2, more Rhiannon in a car in lingerie. The images were shot by Peter Coulson and feature lingerie brand Kisskill, pretty much guaranteeing them as worthwhile viewing. To compliment the photos there’s also a video of…
Whether it’s a full suit or a pair of tailored pants and a crisp t-shirt, the addition of some sporty sneakers is still the way to go for men if a balance of coolness and comfort is your goal. These 12 street style snaps from Milan show the diversity with which a pair of sneakers can be worn, changing the dynamic of an outfit and…