Do you remember when you first became interested in fashion? I do! If my memory serves me right, I believe I got hooked up in dressing up when I was in my 3rd year highschool. I started buying branded shirts back then that sometimes leaves me with no money to eat lol. I became very conscious about how I mix and match my outfits so I guess it all started there.
Coming our way from photographer Chiun-kai Shih is an exclusive1st look of August Man’s striking cover story starring supermodelDavid Gandy. Discover more of the session after the jump:
Stylish Golfer–Photographer Tony Kelly and stylist Jo Levin shift to Scotland to portray style Harvey Haydon for the July 2012 issue of British GQ. Lensed at the luxury Horizon Resort, the British model is designed in a enhanced clothing collection, modified in a energetic way thanks to strong colors, sorbet colors or crazy printing. Wearing Bottega Veneta’s fluoro matches, Tom Ford’s glamorous jackets or Prada’s floral printing, Harvey shows that tennis can be a very fashionable sport. Grooming by Mira.
Looks like everyone’s got Olympic fever these days: in celebration of the 2012 London Games, Opening Ceremony and adidas Originals are teaming up to release a collection of men’s and women’s sportswear-inspired pieces due to hit stores this July. Here’s a preview.
Orlebar Brown’s gone print crazy — but that’s okay since the London-based swimwear label is celebrating its five-year anniversary. You can grab a pair of these special edition swim trunks exclusively at Barney’s New York.
Riz says: “The act of giving back a piece of recycled clothing so it too can be recycled and, in return, receiving a helping hand towards a new piece of recycled clothing. For us Sustainability seems too general a term. We want to focus the entire product life into a perpetual 360 degree process. As far as we know we are the only swim brand in the world where all the products are recyclable and offer this service. Going forward we want to challenge the system even further improving the offer, effectiveness and incentives.”