Japan’s insatiable hunger for luxury goods has incentivized the designer world to whip out only the best for its customers in the Land of the Rising Sun. Take Maison Martin Margiela, for example. The Belgian fashion line has teamed up with Globe-trotter (maker of Queen Elizabeth II’s honeymoon suitcase) to create a timeless luggage collection in two colorways: black and white, and sepia. Although no official images have been released, the items are said to be handmade, covered with Maison Martin Margiela‘s emblematic trompe-l’œil concept print, and reminiscent of Globetrotter‘s 1920s – 1950s style. If you want them, but aren’t in Japan, too bad. The collection will be exclusively available at Margiela’s Isetan Shinjuku store in Tokyo come December 2013. Via Freshness
I’ve been witnessing with great attention the rise of a new menswear giant… Ah Berluti. I used to dream about walking in a pair of Massimo wholecut and wear an Arnys suit. Now, I just have to pray for a Berluti coat. Damn those oversized ca(ra)mel pieces are turning me on. I need to keep calm and watch the show again.
Aurélie Bidermann imagined these Cherokee earrings as amulets which protects and gives self-confidence! Their magnificent indigo color is actually a symbol of serenity and wisdom. Found on Département Féminin. Hope you’ll like them too.
Sunday Girls: the girls we would like to bring home Sundays and present to the family. This week, Caroline Kristiansen is shot by Stefano Fabbri for The Libertine magazine’s “In the cut” editorial. Doesn’t get any better than that! Continue reading
For all those who don’t like the much hyped singer/songwriter King Krule, I suggest you still listen to this groovy, stony, smoky rap he released in the form of a mixtape under the name Edgar the Beatmaker. This not-so-much-secret project called Sub Luna City revives a few hopes for the talented hippie.