Paris-based designer Vincent Schoepfer’s Winter 2010 collection is both colourful and retro. His "casual chic" style, while based on a traditional, classical dress code, redefines the male image thanks to his bold and daring touch
First read about this Patagonia "Burrito" bag over at valetmag, and I've been intrigued ever since. Love the idea of just basically rolling up your stuff. Seems like a simple packing solution. And gotta love the name!
I just discovered Guilaume Hinfray's shoes and I'm mopping up the drool from my keyboard,,, I love the combination of the feminine satin with the edgy metal stud of these Judith flats. Check out his website though, there is more to love...
Check it out.. J.Crew has a feature called "Jack Knows Best." He's their in-house stylist, and you can email him "for style advice, tips and questions you don't want to ask your friends. He's your style wingman."
Portland based Nau, makers of outdoor and urban apparel, just released their first collection of bags and accessories. I’m loving the Motil Commuter: it’s got a clean design, water repellent, and made from 100% recycled polyester. Perfect for work and play.
Keep it simple... I'm drawn to these Dries Van Noten x Linda Farrow sunglasses. I think it's because plastic frame aviators tend to have a big chunk at the nose bridge part (?), but these are not so heavy looking