This week’s streetstyle inspiration is coming straight from Pitti Uomo by way of the awesome streetstyle blog You Just Got Spotted. I’ve always been a fan of the two Canadian photographers behind the blog and so it was only natural that I’d share some of their work for you guys on here.
- Cotton oxford shirt J.Crew – 70 dollars [tweet]
- Camouflage cotton socks Anonymous Ism – 25 dollars [tweet]
- Leather brogue loafers Goodwin Smith – 95 pounds [tweet]
- Camouflage umbrella with wood shaft London Undercover – 115 pounds [tweet]
- Striped silk grenadine tie Shibumi Berlin – 130 euros [tweet]
- Watch Daniel Wellington – 229 dollars (15% off with code LECLUBDESDOUZE) [tweet]
- Wool work jacket Dobson Clothing – 225 pounds [tweet]
- Slim-fit jeans Acne Studios – 200 dollars [tweet]
- Alpaca knit cap Patrick Ervell – 92 dollars [tweet]
- iPhone 5 camouflage case Master-Piece – 49 pounds [tweet]
- Leather & canvas backpack Master-Piece – 300 dollars [tweet]
- Leather braided belt Anderson’s – 200 dollars [tweet]
I’ve never considered myself a creative person but I have always been attracted to the world of creation and the creative process, especially in fashion. I enjoy trying to understand how creative ideas are born and what inspires an entrepreneur or a designer to put together a collection. I’ve recently discovered the brand Hircus and I was actually impressed by the way they thought out their collection before producing it.
A former professional rugby player who’s always loved suits and fine haberdashery… It’s the story of Bruno & Co and its founder Elliot Bruno, and one that we really like. Upon ending his career, he decided to launch a brand of ties and accessories that would showcase what England does best when it comes to weaving quality fabrics and handcrafting silk products.
- Long collar slim-fit cotton shirt Pellicano Menswear – 75 pounds
- Tweed & waxed cotton jacket Nigel Cabourn – 1 269 euros
- Cashmere sweater with shoulder patches Hircus – 135 euros
- NATO strap military watch Timex – 62 euros
- 100% silk & handmade in England tie Bruno & Co – 59 pounds
- Foliage print cotton pants Wings + Horns – 250 dollars
- Distressed leather pocket wallet Rag & Bone – 150 dollars
- 100% silk & handmade in England pocket square Bruno & Co – 29 pounds
- Brushed leather belt Cause and Effect – 130 dollars
- Waxed cotton original briefcase Filson – 260 euros
- Made to order cashmere shoes Benjamins – 189 dollars
- Slim fit wool blazer Alexander McQueen – 1 595 dollars
It feels like it’s been a while since we featured an apartment in Manhattan. This week, I was immediately drawn to this amazing space in Tribeca. This house, designed by New York architect Andrew Franz is in the Tribeca Manufacturing Building, a former soap warehouse.
I always love discovering a great French footwear brand. For several reasons: 1/ my grandfather was a cobbler and just like him (and my father), I have a passion for fine shoes and boots; and 2/ as you know, we are huge supporters of the made in France movement. Anyhoo, this week we’re telling you about Numéro Noir.
I’ve recently discovered the Japanese photographer Wataru Shimosato and her blog An Unknown Quantity (where I could spend hours). I especially like one of her recent posts where she presents (in pictures) her favorite streetstyle photographers, including YoungJun Koo, the blogger behind the site I’m Koo. I love YoungJun’s work and it’s a delight to finally be able to put a face on the character.