They don’t make them like they used to: Steve McQueen covers the Feburary 1965 edition of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. That’s Jean Shrimpton‘s arm reaching into the portrait as photographed by Richard Avedon. Shrimpton co-stars in the accompanying editorial. Continue reading to view full images from the shoot.
Last month Angelo Galasso, bespoke menswear brand with outposts in London, Milan and Moscow, set up shop in the United States with its first location at the Plaza hotel in NYC. Located in the hotel’s historic Edwardian Room off of the main lobby the boutique features unique views of Central Park and 5th Avenue. A thoughtful renovation of the space incorporating the hotel’s antique design elements matches the beautiful couture like quality of Galasso clothing. Visit AngeloGalasso.com for more information.
It is the season for cricket sweaters, madras, and those Margot Tennebaum style shirt dresses sans fur coat. We have an interview with Stuart Graham from Scottish menswear designer Lyle & Scott, whose spring collection is channeling a retro sport feel:
Describe the inspiration behind your Spring/Summer 09 collections?
The Spring/Summer 09 Vintage range has carefully chosen reference points from our 80’s sportswear heritage with an Americana twist. The vibrant colours were influenced by primary Pop Art Brights.
Who is the Lyle & Scott man?
That’s a difficult question. We have three separate brand categories under the Lyle & Scott business umbrella. Vintage, Heritage and Club. Different looks for different consumers. Heritage is geared for the man who requires a considered, preppy, but classic look. Club Range is ideal for a fashion-conscious Golfer. my-wardrobe stocks the Vintage Collection, which offers its consumers a bold, confident, edgy and independent look. This collection has been instrumental to the resurgence of the Lyle & Scott brand, offering us the chance to expand our product offering and quality.
(continue reading for full interview + our selections for men and woman)
I’m liking the two-toned and patterned shirts as well as the jacket being worn by this Mick Jagger look-a-like model at today’s Gucci show in Milan. More photos below.