Whenever you will be in Boca Raton, Florida, hurry yourself to Glades Road, and order a Ranch Burger at Brewzzi.
Junya Watanabe, the Japanese designer, showed his Spring Summer collection last week in Paris. The inspiration for his collection comes from a regatta day at the Williamsburg Yacht Club. These are classic French sailing clothes (boat shirts, white pants, blazers) given a be-boppy kick in the pant. A jolt of American mid-century hipster attitude that results in white bucks paired with cropped blazers, and more. (text + pics by GQ)
Fall/Winter 2010 collection of recently awarded by GQ/CDFA as Best New Menswear Designer in America and who describes his forthcoming fall collection as "Southern preppy meets workwear junkie meets East Village folk" My favourite look is the look with the yellow sweater, but who I'm I to judge.
Seersucker, the name comes from the Persian words "Shir O Shekar" which meant "milk & sugar", in regard to the textures - smooth and crinkled. The term later evolved in the late 18th century from sea sucker to seersucker. The texture is traditionally 100% cotton, the fabric's unique feel is created by a technique called slack-weaving which creates alternating tight and puckered stripes. The crinkles also make ironing unnecessary. Seersucker is held from your skin, because of the way the tread bunch together. It's therefore a great wear in these summer days to come.
Picture by Tommy Ton
Picture by The Sartorialist
The Sartorialist posted end of May this picture as his inspiration to go to the Pitti Fair, and guess what
Tommy Ton shot a picture of a guy wearing "the outfit" He is a real Copy Cat.
Here's a look at the new Ralph Lauren Flagship Store in Paris. The store has five floors and it carries the brand's complete collections, even a restaurant is located in the building. After 4 years of renovation, Ralph himself opened the store on the 15th of April. If you wanna walk through the same doors as Ralph, you need to call a cab to 173, Boulevard St. Germain in the Latin Quarter of Paris.