United Arrows AW13 Lookbook Chapter #1
McNasty does it again for Woolrich Woolen Mills.
S.E.H. Kelly AW13 Looks
A first for the British label, S.E.H. Kelly debuts its first lookbook highlighting some of the season’s statement pieces. Portraying the high-quality standards we’ve come to expect, the emphasis is on outstanding seasonal fabrics, including hand-loomed lambswool and Donegal tweed, showcased through timeless knitwear, peacoats and tailored blazers.
Inventory AW13 Looks
Uniforms for the Dedicated AW13 Campaign
Featuring Mr. Aiden Shaw, “Turmoil” is inspired by the intense experiencing of the surrounding environments, both urban and natural. Patterns and prints are the core element of the collection, which along with exclusive fabrics, once again delivers a playful and unique ensemble to tailored garments.
Beauty & Youth by United Arrows
Royal Hem AW13 Lookbook
Another outstanding collection from Royal Hem, this time paying tribute to London’s Tweed Run. British elegance is combined with Italian tailoring and craftsmanship, to deliver a perfect blend of styles that carry on the label’s unique aesthetic of informal luxury.
WIW Firenze Day 1
When you’re out in the open with 40ºC and not the slightest breeze, carrying a camera and shooting all those stylish individuals flying out to Firenze, just in time for Pitti, dressing up is definitely a challenge. While a tee and shorts might seem perfect for the job, pulling off a polished look with enough breathability and mobility to shoot, is not the easiest task. I’ve been praising the vest for a while now, and in fact, it’s just perfect to look put together with nothing more than a shirt underneath it. The combination of grey and army green is perfect, while the neck scarf adds some color to the whole look.
Details: linen vest by Zara, spread collar shirt by Millerighe, washed cotton pants by Boglioli, boat shoes by Buttero, aviators by Ray-Ban, vintage neck scarf, striped ring belt by Purificacion Garcia, watch by Daniel Wellington, bracelets by Viola Milano and local artisan.
Model and Styling: Miguel Amaral Vieira