Teen rebellion in the sixties was the inspiration behind Dean and Dan Caten’s amazing fall campaign for DSquared. Shot at London’s Ragged School Museum, a good looking group of unruly students are defying all the rules while sporting brushed mohair sweaters, cropped pants, leather gloves, sparkly heels, and wicked cat eye glasses. Disorderly conduct at it’s best!
It’s that time of year again when the most dapper and stylish men emerge for the menswear shows. First up: London town . . .
In just a couple of weeks, I’ll be going back to Greece – this time, we’ll be sailing on a catamaran through the Greek Islands. The first thing that comes to mind, when preparing to spend an entire week on a small boat, is WTF should I pack? So I thought I’d plan ahead and lay out a few things that I just won’t be able to be without. And yes, a feather pen is absolutely necessary . . . for writing postcards, of course!
(Clockwise from top left: Dezso Flamingo Pouch, Essie Bikini So Teeny, Cone Spike and Drop Ear Cuff, Elizabeth & James Otto Dress, Rag & Bone Keaton Sunglasses, Rodin Face Oil, Maison Martin Margiela Goose Feather Pen, Tory Burch Bucket Bag, Korres Guava Lip Butter, Bauble Bar x Soludos Hawaii Beach Set, Maison Scotch Denim Shorts; images by HonestlyWTF)
Wide-brimmed straw trilbies, Pollock-like splattered fedoras, vinyl visors, lace veils, tulle adorned boaters, and signature hoods with cat and bunny ears . . . creative director Laetitia Crahay has killed it with yet another spectacular collection of headwear for Maison Michel. Add accessory and jewelery director at Chanel to her roster and it’s obvious who gets our vote for Most Likely To Succeed.