PG - Blogging My City #3
What better place to get lost and wander for hours than Porto’s Botanical Garden? Materializing an “Alice in Wonderland” universe, this massive garden features some of the most amazing sights the city has to offer, all while putting you in close contact with nature. The idyllic space is perfect to clear your mind from the drudgery of everyday life, allowing you to get in touch with your thoughts, relax, meditate or even work in a unique environment.
Lush areas filled with bushes and trees alternate with floral mazes and barren land thriving with cacti and amazing greenhouses. All in all, this garden is a one-of-a-kind experience that ultimately feels intoxicating and makes you want to come back for more, be it for its serenity or the uncanny feeling of realizing just how insignificant we are when gazing at some of the majestic trees that populate the space.
Picking up one of my favourite pieces of the season, a timeless suede bomber jacket, this look is one I can see myself wearing over and over. The sheer versatility of the jacket allows endless variations of the portrayed ensemble, exchanging the shirt and v-neck for a simple fitted tee, or the worn-out blue jeans by a white counterpart or chinos. The vibrant orange adds extra flare and Summery vibe, contrasting with the inner chambray lining on the jacket and picking on the orange highlights on the boat shoes.
Details: suede bomber jacket, white oxford shirt, orange v-neck sweater and suede boat shoes by Purificacion Garcia.
Model and Styling: Miguel Amaral Vieira
Herschel Supply Co. presents its second issue of “The Journal”. The printed edition is focused on the SS14 Lookbook, as well as several inspiring articles, stories, interviews, photography, etc.
CAMO SS14 “Garden” Collection
A suitable lookbook to celebrate the first sunny day in months…
Todd Snyder draws inspiration from the swinging 60s for AW14.
Simplicity done right by japanese label Aloye
Solid looks from Cipriani
Haven AW13 Lookbook