Category Archives: Fashion

Maiden Noir F/W16 — Into the Silence

A few years back, maybe 2012, I was a massive fan of Maiden Noir. After their early days making kind of ishy t-shirts that were indistinguishable from All Saints and Passarella Death Squad at the time, the Seattle-based brand seemed … Continue reading

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Timeliness/Timelessness — My Problem with Gosha Rubchinskiy

There’s a joke by Stewart Lee on the first season of his Comedy Vehicle TV series where he laments the success of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books amongst adults, swatting away constant inquiries as to whether he’s read them with, … Continue reading

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BACON — #probablybaconsocks 2016

Just a quick one to let you know the guys at BACON have just announced their latest release for 2016, bringing back the bacon socks in the OG white and a brand new black colourway. As always, the Japanese collective … Continue reading

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A.IN.T Summer 2016 — “Let My Peep Hole Go”

I was talking with a friend the other week about what felt like a golden age in British streetwear, 2008-2010. To my recollection it was a moment where “streetwear” was really manifesting itself in a clear form on both sides … Continue reading

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‘Paris Menswear A/W 2016: Gosha Rubchinskiy’ at SHOWstudio

Last week I was asked by SHOWstudio to take part in a panel chaired by Daryoush Haj-Najafi discussing Gosha Rubchinskiy‘s Autumn/Winter 2016 presentation in Paris, as well as the Russian designer’s broader influence on fashion & menswear. The discussion is now … Continue reading

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‘How to Build a Solid Streetwear Wardrobe’ for FASHIONBEANS

I was asked by FASHIONBEANS to create a comprehensive guide to creating a solid wardrobe for people starting out in the financially-hemorrhaging world of streetwear. You can read the whole article right now here.

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Noah — Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook

A few months on from the initial announcement that he would be reviving the line, Brendon Babenzien’s Noah clothing opened its flagship store on New York’s Mulberry Street on October 15th with an online store opening shortly after. Now the … Continue reading

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WTaps Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

WTaps is back for Fall/Winter 2015 with its latest collection, continuing with the “Lifist” philosophy that Tetsu Nishiyama has been exploring for the past few seasons. Early imagery suggests that the brand is returning to its original streetwear roots. Official … Continue reading

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Interview with Khalid Al Qasimi for HighSnobiety

I recently interviewed Khalid Al Qasimi, the Emirati designer behind the contemporary British fashion label Qasimi, about his Spring/Summer 2016 ‘False Flags’ collection. You can read the interview in its entirety right now at HighSnobiety.

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Maiden Noir — Fall/Winter 2015 Collection: ‘Forever Lost’

Seattle menswear label Maiden Noir released the imagery for their latest collection, ‘Forever Lost’, inspired by the tones and architecture of the planet’s quickly vanishing glaciers. Accompanied by a lookbook set in an appropriate location, the collection is immediately characterised … Continue reading

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