No doubt this dude is on to something with his flamboyant pop art style of designing, not only applying it in his choice of color palette but also in his actual design patterns, we’ve seen his genius in his collaboration with the Adidas Originals brand, those are set to be iconic!
I don’t know though, would it be too quick to presume that the same would be said with his latest collaboration with Moschino? No doubt its definitely cool but I don’t think its even near the epic steeze he’s done with the Dassler brand.
Non the less, we dig his work and think its appropriate and fitting for such a luxury brand as Moschino…. And those biker jacket backpacks are just too dope for words!!!
Fedora are all the craze these days, we seeing a whole lot of folks turn up these old school head wear in all sorts of new fashionable ways, most notably, Pharrel Williams has been killing the fedora game, I don’t know bout the one he wore at the Grammy’s though.
“Roley’s” as we affectionately call them, stand for everything we think a brand should aspire to be, respected, cherished, well built, stylish, timeless!! next on our radar are the Omega’s, another favourite watch brand of ours amongst the long list of favourites!
These gents are taking the tie game to another level!! “The Windmill Club offers fully custom ties for weddings, secret societies, and other groups of well-dressed men up to no good!” lol, they use the finest British silks. Handmade in New York City.
I’ve always thought that some pieces, particularly Time Pieces, should not be altered in any way or else they lose their charm or their sophistication….. well, I WAS WRONG!!!! Check these NATO/ZULU watch straps, I now strongly feel that every watch owner needs to have a pair of interchangable straps. Unfortunately these are not available in South African stores but im sure for us seeking to bring a whole lot of life to our old pieces, we will make a way to get strapped!!
Y’SLF&Co. has always been a fan of of the P.S. brand, their ability to transform a suit into a work of art is absolutely brilliant in our books! but what we love the most is how he mixes and matches his pieces and his use of colour. S/O to the folks at Paul Smith…..