• David Seidner: Portraits

    If regalness could be captured and sold, it would undoubtedly manifest itself in David Seidner’s series of society portraits. If you’re anything like me (who knows, there may be more of us?) then discovering Seidner’s work is kind-of a big huge deal. Sure, Seidner might be known for shooting some pretty incredible editorials for Italian Vogue, Paris …

  • Hermès Ads – How Life Should Be

    Thursdays mean we all need inspiration. You’re fine, but a Hermès-infused life means you’ll soon be exceptionally fine. It’s quite simple really. The world Hermès creates evokes escapism. Pure unadulterated escapism (undeniably the best kind), which we can all use from time-to-time, non? I’ve definitely sat in admiration for hours on-end.  I mean, being transported to the center …

  • Jean Richard 1681 Ronde

    Simplicity is elegance. And if elegance is king then JEANRICHARD’s Ronde Central Second Gold undeniably holds court. (FYI elegance is in people. I mean did anyone else see Lee Radziwill’s T Magazine cover?) The pink-gold (!) casing visibly houses the Swiss watchmaker‘s signature self-winding JR1000 movement, featuring 27 jewels, a white lacquered dial, and a frequency of 28,800 …

  • Jeremy Deller, Fantastic Man

    It’s officially Spring, which now means it’s always Pimms-o’clock. It also means the latest issue of Fantastic Man is out! I know, I’m beyond excited (can you tell?). Don’t get me wrong, the selection of regular monthly mens fashion magazines is fine. But there is something extra-special about a semi-annual publication, like Fantastic Man – because it always …