With Mad Men back on our screens, the folks at MR PORTER just couldn’t help but do another 1960s style tailoring story. With much inspiration taken from the hit AMC drama, be sure to browse through the looks on The Journal. We’re sure you’ll find something you like, we definitely did — AMI trench, Lanvin tie clip, Gucci suiting, Church’s footwear. We can keep going. Head on over to MR PORTER to see the beautiful imagery and read the words of Mansel Fletcher as well.
Shot by Pejman Biroun Vand for Dedicate Magazine Issue 24, this spread dubbed, “Rugged Refuge” really brings to light some great pieces and styling which was done by Nicholas Galletti. Featured brands include Wrangler Blue Bell, Stone Island Shadow, Dockers, Pendleton, and many more. (via CQC)
James Pearson-Howes is the man behind the lens for Inventory Magazine’s Features and Editorials. He recently produced a series of portraits for Free & Easy’s January issue, which is available now. The theme is boots and there sure are some gems in the wild. The shots were taken in London.
You can buy the issue now at Inventory Stockroom.
CQC recently put up this photo editorial from GQ Style UK and it just jumped out at us the moment we came across it. There are some really great coats featured from the likes of John Galliano, Ann Demeulemeester and Rick Owens. What I didn’t catch though was who makes the jacket shown above? Let us know if you have an idea cause we don’t and it looks sick.
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Russian model and girlfriend of Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, there’s very little that Irina Shayk can do without going unnoticed. The stunning beauty recently did a shoot for GQ which you can catch in the pages of their September issue. In the article, Irina talks about her upbringing in a Russian village that didn’t even have fashion mags and how much she hates futbol. She now lives in NYC, though we’ve yet to spot her. Hopefully, that will change soon enough as New York Fashion Week is not too far off.
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