This week, we’re watching Anna Wintour’s Obama campaign and perusing Karl Lagerfeld’s new book, Little Black Jacket while wearing our tuxedo-inspired Chelsea shirt. As the great Karl himself says, “Who can live without black clothes?". Personally we find the Chelsea a great way to add a little tux lux to a relaxed, casual look without resorting to the full tailored number a la YSL’s original Le Smoking (pictured above). We’ve styled it with our Raffles trousers but you can team yours with a pair of high waist, wide-leg pants for a touch of Bianca Jagger, or add dark skinny jeans, heels and a blazer in white or a contrast colour for a little hot, new, now.
future is already here — it's just not very evenly distributed.” William
eco fashion tips and ways to make our lives easier we came across Slovakian
designer Adrian Mankovecký’s award-winning concept for a portable stain
cleaner, which he designed for the Swedish whitegoods brand, Electrolux. Genius.
in other, more fashion-related news, we’ve been watching the New York catwalks
as the international round of fashion weeks kicks off, and came across this pic
of infamous US Vogue editor Anna Wintour, passing the time on her mobile phone while waiting for the start of Victoria
Beckham’s show. You've got to admire a woman who is always on time, when the majority of the fashion industry during the next four weeks will be consistently late. This week, it's London's take on what we could be wearing next winter. For instant updates we're enjoying the view from the front row via The Guardian'sTwitter feed.