Archives ofJuly 2012
It is a fact, some of you may not bear this, but green has emerged as a key color this summer. I am not telling green is like any ad song Coke were inflicting us during the 90′s (I pretty sure I can win a lawsuit reminding any judge that we could hear Wes –… Read more1 validationand1 comment for this article.
Regular readers of our French Version can now go without any presentation of Commune de Paris (we’ll do this later here), but everyone here has to know about Monsieur Jean-Yves today. Even though it has already been presented on French Truckers last year, a reminder has to be made. Monsieur Jean-Yves was created in 2009,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
A.D. is a label created by Topman whose designs inspire from historic events taking place in London. Following a monochromatic, minimalist inspiration their collections are only composed by t-shirts. This season’s one is called “The Forgotten Games Of 1944″, referring to the 1944 summer Olympics canceled due to the World War II (actually reported to… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Summer sales have started since few weeks now, actually two. The more days pass, better deals you could make, this is my ‘special-sales’ moto! Today I have found this magnificent piece rummaging Mr Porter’s jeans department. Beyond understanding, all sizes are still available! For those who would hear from Jean Shop for the first time,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
The most famous magazine about sneakers celebreates its 10th anniversary. For the occasion Sneaker Freaker has invited Puma to release a collaboration, a pair of sneakers called “Bunyip Cometh”. Founded in 2002 by Simon ‘Woody’ Wood in Melbourne, the magazine has become through the years a reference in sneakers culture. Its 10th year of existence… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Last summer I took you to Lorient’s marina. I recently had the occasion, on a sunny day, to take few pictures in this area, in one the four ports of the city : the commercial port. A “root activity” for Lorient which started during the French India Company era, founded by Colbert in 1664. The… Read more1 validationandno comment yet for this article.
Cours Julien, “Cours Ju” as we like to call it, is one of the most pleasant square of Marseille once the hot season comes. On sunny days, at lunch time, the crowd masses outside all coffees and does not leave till the latest hours of the night. Night and day, this place is considered as… Read more1 validationandno comment yet for this article.
Metro Retro Apparel is an independent New Yorker label who started in 2009. From their first day, few wool and cotton ties were in the range, since then they have expanded to a wider accessory line composed by wool, silk, cotton ties, unique bow ties, hankerchiefs, scarves, pocket squares and a “revolutionary” “pocket circle”, a… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.