Posts Tagged ‘Trousers’
Joseph is Director of Lions International Sports Management. He certainly has the golden touch, wearing a range of tans which complement each other beautifully. Joseph also has an impressive roster of Premiership football players on his books. He also told me that he carefully chooses his own look each morning – despite having a fiancée who works in the fashion industry. Joseph is wearing a pocket square by Dunhill, a jacket by Saxony Supreme, trousers and turtle-neck jumper by Grieves and Hawkes, a waist-coat by Brook Taverner and his shoes are from Church.
I met Henry in Mayfair as he was on the way to buy shaving kit from his favourite shop. Henry said he he had just thrown on the clothes before leaving the house. I liked the surprising combinations that can happen when in these situations. Henry was wearing Diesel jeans, Ralph lauren shirt, button down regent fit. and a jacket by bespoke Mayfair and Northumberland tailor, John Blades. Henry is also wearing a nice pair of Loakes, Brown leather brogues.
Singer songwriter Cornelia had recently arrived from Sweden and was flat-hunting when we met in Shoreditch. Cornelia was feeling a little tired as she had just stepped off a Plane when I took these photos. However I loved Cordelias mood and intensity, accentuated by the pinks and yellow of those wonderful silk Harem pants by edgy Danish fashion house, Stine Goya.
Freelance stylist Gretchen is originally from San Francisco and she told me she was 85 years old – it must be that Pacific Ocean air that keeps her looking so young! She loves London and her Britsh Pashley bike – upon which she was about to ride off into the sunset. I caught up with Gretchen outside an event held at Oxygen – a boutique run by Joanna Nicola, which is also part gallery space.
Anna is a travel editor and was passing through the commercial district of London when I spotted her. The hat was bought on travels through Kazikstan, but apparently was made in Uzbekistan, the scarf she bought in Singapore for a friends wedding, but was made in India and the coat and “Rupert Bear trousers” are by the Irish designer Oral Kiely. Anna’s shoes are by a “Danish designer and very warm” . She calls herself “a world shopper” and brings back clothes she can’t find in the UK.