Another week, another round of fashion business. NYFW offering plenty of headlines, we're still digesting a hectic schedule of shows and presentations. While we certainly have menswear on the mind, our focus on everything art, design and otherwise still remains. As is now tradition, Sunday sees a handy round-up of personal favourites in a good old 10 Highlights format. Read on.
We caught up with Patrick Grant of E.Tautz for a quick word on one of our favourite pieces from Spring/Summer 2015. The Field Trouser takes denim to new levels with its oversized cut inspired by '50s silhouettes.
Australian photographer Tom Blachford caught our eye some months back with his unique spin on architectural photography. Once again taking on the iconic midcentury homes that litter the Palm Springs hills, his eerie twilight shots add a new dimension to these beautiful houses.
Uniform Wares have become a regular for us over the years, their reliable line of contemporary minimal watches always worth a second look. We recently stopped by their new London studio, a slick space for a slick brand.
Renowned photographer Alasdair McLellan takes on Margaret Howell Spring/Summer 2015 in a typically understated set of monochrome shots, De La Warr Pavilion in East Sussex, England, playing backdrop. Quietly beautiful.
More good stuff from the folks at House Industries as they unveil a short film which, in the words of writer Stephanie Smith-Strickland, "pokes fun at the classic tropes of moody French art house films." This creative lot continue to churn out plenty to inspire and amuse.
Classic American eyewear brand, Persol, let us in on the production process of their new Typewriter range comprised of two pairs of glasses and two sunglasses inspired by that old-fashioned writing tool.
"Mr Stedman re-lives his summer holidays at home in the UK, days spent lounging and larking about by the seaside" in this laid-back Summer collection reviewed by writer Glenys Johnson.
Canali apply rich, bold tones to their Spring/Summer 2015 collection, a typically Italian affair pairing tailored casuals with luxurious knitwear and slim, modern silhouettes.
Available at Barneys flagship stores in New York and Beverly Hills, as well as online, this exclusive Burberry collection distills the best of the brand from leather outerwear to loud and proud logo accessories.
The intersection of stunning natural beauty and man-made construction, the Trollstigen Visitor Centre in scenic Norway brings the best of both Worlds together with quite remarkable results. That's our next trip sorted.