Archives ofMarch 2011
Atypical and typical at the same time, the Malmousque cove is located two step from the Vieux Port, right in the center of Marseille. It’s quite a small village in the city with some coloured streets in which we like to get lost. Nice cottages, little port, that’s why we’ve chosen this place to present… Read moreno validationand3 comments for this article.
Bleu de Chauffe is a young French label inspired by the 20th century industry style. They boldly reinvent utility bags in a modern way : contemporary and urban. Definitely adapted to the use of today, their laptop covers are all made in France by craftsman, caring for environment and humans. This cover is timeless with… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
The rainmac from Folk, did have a certain succes from their past collections. And we clearly understand why : it really mirrors the brand spirit and has lots of features which we usually like from them. Of course, it’s 100% waterproof with a light nylon fabric, adapted to warmer seasons. The removable hood, allows some… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
It’s been few days that I’m having a crush on those sneakers from Acne. They don’t have anything superfluous, excepted some sober and lacquered stiching details. We’ve got here all the required ingredients of quality sneakers. Available either in low or in hi version, they’re coming in multiple colorways: off-white, navy and black. Of course,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I think we really don’t talk enough about Farah, that’s why I’d like to introduce you their SS11 Vintage collection. The brand is imbued with the English underground culture ( mods, punks, rocker-billys, and skins), as we can observe by seeing their pictures. I’ve noticed few interesting pieces: a chambray shirt on the main pic,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Today, I’m introducing you the Villandry’s castle, one of the lastest great Chateaux de la Loire, built during the Renaissance (the construction ended around 1536). Its English style park (dated from the 19th century) is the ideal place to present an outfit which masterpiece is a Prince of Wales checked three pieces suit. Such a… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Aquascutum is one of the most iconic British brand, perhaps the most iconic. Among other things, one of their significant ‘feat of battle’ is the invention of the waterproof cloth. They also in the heart of the matter : who invented the trench coat? Lots of personalities wore Aquascutum coat during years, and it would… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Long time since we haven’t talked about All Saints. I found this “Biker Jacket” on their website, and it is so cool. Perfectos are not exclusively for punk rockers anymore, and they are such fashionable items these times. All Saints offer us a nasty version of this classic piece of our wardrobes : lots of… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Some of you certainly can’t afford a pair of Common Projects of Lanvin sneakers. Here is my alternative to with those from Doucal’s. The italian shoesmaker offer us some soberly designed shoes, mixing a suede body and a leather cap toe, with their usual great care to coating and materials. Lots of colorways are available,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Whether you’re in a Manchester suburb or in an old Marseillaise train station, thats always an occasion to present a casual, modern and urban look. Our traveller’s face reflects a dreary weather, is the rain going to fall? In doubt, he takes shelter at the bottom of a red brick tower. Whatever, no more of… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.