Texture in nature and the beauty that is monochrome.
Bottega Veneta SS15.
The travel bug continues once again on this frosty afternoon as I sit in bed drinking tea daydreaming of all the places I could be right now. Winter has finally come.
Shot on the Canadian Rockies by Luke Gram at Man and Camera.
I want all my monochrome outfits to be oversized gingham from now on. Agi and Sam have the perfect example in their linen-esq trouser and top combo and in their beauty of an oversized coat. Winter white accessories in the form of wool beret/beanie amalgamations and black or charcoal shirts break up the informality of the gingham and give it an edge of sophistication.
Berluti, your colour pallette, your suiting and your overcoats. Oh my. You can’t really go wrong with a beautifully tailored overcoat come winter with massive rounded lapels and preferably double breasted. Allessandro Sartori is a master of the suit and shirt colour combo, subtle but still fun. Sartori, you’ve done it again.
Couple of weeks late but Ami killing it with their first runway show. Very much into grey at the moment (the colour of my wardrobe, walls and couches would attest to that). Loose tailoring and lots of layering make this collection a thing of relaxed beauty. A few hints of sportswear make it suitable for daytime and evening and an all in one colour outfit bring some fun. Ah tailored wool, how I love thee.
Every look was fantastic but these are my faves. All images from style.com