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Friday, August 23, 2019

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The ebb and flow of trends have largely left denim alone. What weaves in and out of fashion now, is the cut. The rise. The washes. The shape and flare of the leg. How it’s worn and styled.


Trusty and familiar, Acne Studios’ Blå Konst line-up is stacked with beautifully classic cuts. This season’s straight-leg trends towards slim-fitting but not skinny, with enough room to slide a pair of ankle boots on underneath.



Opt for grunge with Amiri’s hand-sanded, hand-distressed, hand-repaired collection, styled smart with a blazer. And for those who appreciate a touch of craftsmanship, seek out FDMTL’s patchworked pairs, with heritage-driven sashiko-stitched embroidery.
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Friday, August 16, 2019

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The plain white tee. The little black dress. The classic blue jean. The wear-everywhere pump. Sartorial hall-of-famers may be immune to the circus of trends, but seasonal cuts (i.e. the bootcut pant) and styling variations (i.e. The Canadian tuxedo) are controversial, and come with different, very opinionated camps.


To make double denim work for you, start by choosing denim jackets and this season’s favourite straight leg jeans in different washes Acne Studios, Frame Denim, Mother, and J Brand are your best bets for finding that perfect, made-for-you fit.

Jonathan Simkhai (patchworked), Stella McCartney (monogram-washed), and Amiri (hand-distressed) will round up the very last of your indigo dreams.



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What better way to celebrate summer than to inject some verve into your space? LA-born, Milan-based fashion editor-turned-designer JJ Martin has given us the template for a happy bedroom or a convivial kitchen, with her brand La DoubleJ’s bold colours, confident prints and classic materials. 



The brand is leading something of a renaissance, with Martin channelling the spirit of her adopted country and its iconic designer Ettore Sotsass. The Memphis Group founded by the late designer was famed in the 1980s for its approach that drew on diverse strands of modernism to create pieces that indulged in colour and pattern.




La DoubleJ’s take combines a strong, modern colour palette with classic flora and fauna motifs (including some timeless blue-and-white porcelain) as well as modern geometric patterns. Materials are a key element: bedding is breathable cotton, while tableware is classic ceramic and porcelain. For those who like a subtle approach to homewares, La DoubleJ’s pieces make for an occasional striking accent; those up for an all-in approach can paint their homes in vibrant colours and clashing prints. 



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This Month's Entries:
Let Love Languages Inspire your Valentine’s Day
Get your Legs Ready for the Summer
3 Best Swimsuit Trends for this Summer
The Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Guide
A Moment of Escapism: Loewe Paula’s Ibiza Pop Up
Make Her Sparkle This Mother’s Day
Work-From-Home Style Guide
Show Yourself Some Love
Fill your home with some good vibes

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