There has been a sharp descent into winter in Sydney. When I left (to be explained) it was 17ºC and everything was chaos as snotty noses were blown left and right, and the city’s gas supplies probably dried up amid the heater-burning fury.
I graduated today! YEAAAAAAH, SON! Let there be tripod selfies!: The suit is tailored wool from Simon Carter’s ‘West End’ line. Underneath is a made-to-measure white herringbone shirt from Marcella – which I covered several months back. The tie
Last time I visited England, I headed down to Brighton to visit Nanon – one of the greatest humans I’ve met. She couldn’t wait to show me around the city and take me down the shopping lanes lined with thrift
Another day another dolla. $elfie $aturday brought to you by the good folks (me) at Industrie, accompanied by the ever comfortable Lee Jeans, and a pair of Chucks. Merino Wool Vee Sweater by Industrie (Available Here) Cambridge
FINALLY FINISHED THAT DEGREE! It’s time to join the real world! *Sarcastic “Woohoo!”* I have a few photographs to share with you from today. Fielding, Sogand and I carried our free-selves to the city via the Ferry. We then took an optimistic
You have seen this jacket before – I wore it in this photo set. It’s from a local Australian label called Ron Bennett. I was literally just strolling through the local mall when I saw the mannequin in the window wearing
Usually I would be behind the camera taking photographs of people who partake in an activity called ‘modelling’. It derives from the term model meaning, “an object or structure or thing used as an example to follow or imitate” (paraphrasing from New