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- Your search matches a tag : Red
- Your search matches to the types : Plain colored t-shirts , Tailored suits , Tailored shirts
- Your search matches about the shops : Fred Perry Newburgh Street , Fred Perry Authentic , Fred Aston , Fred Perry Laurel Wreath
- Your search matches to the brands : Alfred Lane , Won Hundred , Engineered Garments , Fred Perry , Dsquared2 , Red Wing Shoes , Devred 1902 , Alfred Sargent , Red Collar Project , Frederique Constant , Freddy , Coal Considered , Façonnable Tailored Denim , The Hundreds , Redskins
- Your search matches to the websites : La Redoute , Red Square Clothing
It was on a thursday, Max, Romano and me headed to the Badaboum where we wanted to make a photo shoot in their bar, we had seen few pictures of it on their website. Upon arrival, lights weren’t powerful enough but Max’s bachelor flat turned to be an ideal scene to shoot a first series…. Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.
Some outfits have to be saved for certain occasions. From one side, dressing in black and white everyday would be sad, from the other, this type of uniform deserves being worn on a worthy event. It was the first time I went so far with it, adding some accessories, sticking to the code of the… Read morenoand2 commentsfor this article.
You may have had the same personal experience if you have ever visited the Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris. Entering this place named after Seigeur François d’Aix de La Chaise who lived there until 1709 can be found a map locating all famous people buried in here. Even if the average peaceable atmosphere can be felt,… Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.
Jacket, loose t-shirt, straight jeans, scarf, the casual look is compatible with all seasons. Mixed with some chic accessories, the casual style is well-appreciated for its simpleness and comfort. First of all, the word “casual” involves “relaxing” yourself. Casual fashion aims to highlight a comfortable, classic way of dressing inspired from some more elegant pieces… Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.
For this photo shoot I went to this place called Friche Belle de Mai. Remember, I took you there once on a sunny day of February 2012 (Cf Marseille’s Wildland). Now they have built a new cultural area. This old tobacco factory which was in a total state of neglect, has been rehabilitated in a… Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.
Few weeks ago we went to Nantes for a few days off. Before meeting some of our readers in a bar, Romano and me went for a walk around the bar located at the famous place called “Hangar à bananes”. This place was built to stock bananas in a time when Nantes was the main… Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.
Jeans are probably the most important piece of our wardrobe, maybe the item we most often wear. We like talking about this fascinating material with such a big story. From America to Japan, selvedge denim is known as the top quality fabric all over the world with a resurgence these last years. It was just… Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.
Originally the desert boot didn’t have any name. It was a shoe that British officers found in the Cairo’s bazaar during their missions in warm colonies in the late 40′s. Nathan Clark, after coming back home, commercialized first this model under the name we know today: desert boot. This mid-top derby, supple and non-lined protect… Read morenoandno comment yetfor this article.