That’s when we call it classy and effortless, everything seems like from his grandpa’s wardrobe or vintage shopping, but everything actually fits him perfectly. The rich-hued and well-worn chestnut leather, the wool trousers in perfect cut and length, finished with some retro sunglasses and cap.
For boyfriends out there who have to wear an amour-alike suits 5 days a week and men slogging a day job who can’t wait to leave their desks behind on a Fridayafternoon, their weekends (and weekend-outfits) are sacred. There are 4 reasons we think you have to gift them a luxe Mongolian cashmere loungewear set from Grana (use code KURTxGRANA for your discount and free worldwide DHL shipping). Continue Reading…
To prepare for an onslaught of festive guests, we needed to liven up this sleek-yet-sombre Bloggers Boyfriend HQ. Instead of trees and tinsel, we opted for a glamorous, masculine update.
Probably similar to many Manhattan residents, we Melbourne bachelors tend to gravitate towards minimalist, industrial-inspired decor in our inner-city apartments and work spaces. And while we love our grey concrete, chrome accents, desaturated hues and neutral accessories, the overall effect doesn’t always scream ‘warm, welcoming + festive’ to visiting family and friends.
I came up with a few simple ideas to instantly help my home become more holiday-friendly. Read below for the rest of the story. Continue Reading…
A luxuriously wearable tan jacket from Bally 2016 Resort Collection where each design element is tailored to perfection. From the leather crafting to the colour of the material heightening its classic regime, it’s a piece worth investing as an essential. With premium style credentials, the jacket features two neatly structured square-cut pockets on the front, depicting masculinity, class and power.
The irresistible material from the Bally leather jacket makes a supplemented contrast with my All At Sea pyjama ensemble. The soft and flowy 100% silk fabric feels amazing when you rub against your fingers and what I really love in particular is the intricate Japanese wave print detailing. For added touch of high-end luxury, I styled the look with Gentle Monster sunglasses, finished with my Gucci Princetown Kangaroo fur loafer. Hair by Redken Australia. Photo by Beige Renegade
I was so honoured to be at Dion Lee 2017 Resort Runway as Redken Australia Ambassador and this year Dion is bringing his fashion show home back at Sydney Fashion Week. I arrived at Bloomberg Building on a beautiful weathered evening and was sent up to level 28 by a security guard where the show was presented. The collection stuck true to its aesthetics with a high emphasis with the tailoring and lining and that’s always a good thing because that is what makes the Dion Lee brand remarkable and why fashion enthusiasts anticipating as we were gathered on the rooftop of the Sydney Scrapper in Bligh Street. With sleek thigh-high mini dresses being one the key highlights on this runway, the models strutted soft colours of white, lime yellows as well as black silhouettes that also featured modernistic and artistic foldings that were quite flattering to the eye. Also worth mentioning was silk and crystal beading materials which really spiced up the whole collection but at the same time, there was a clean and sharp execution to which created a great balance of all the design elements.
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