Eunice Lee is the woman behind Unis, a menswear brand based in NYC with another store LA. they have an awesome selection of basics for men; like these perfectly cut tees, which my husband actually went looking for when we were in NYC last year. the kind of menswear that women enjoy borrowing because it’s understated enough for either gender to wear.
my friend Amy and i were sitting around gabbing the other day, browsing pinterest (which is the new looking through magazines together, i guess) and we got onto the topic of Lauren Hutton. i couldn’t quite believe that i hadn’t done a post on her yet, especially since i’ve covered some other favourite style icons, like Anjelica for example.
our Wearing The Pants project is still one of my favourite things – whenever i see a lady rocking the menswear i get a not-so-secret thrill. so scrolling through Tommy Ton’s latest street style assignment for Style.com at the menswear shows was a wonderful feast for the eyes. granted, the dudes look awesome too.
Band of Outsiders is well known for their range of lookbooks featuring celebrities shot on polaroid. Kirsten Dunst is a regular model, as is Jason Schwartzmann. i like the latest one with Josh Brolin because he’s not your typical indie darling… and he looks good as a cowboy.
Sir Jack’s – outfitters to the modern gentleman (indeed)
just when you think that you couldn’t possibly look at another vintage inspired lookbook, along comes one that could actually fool you into thinking the photos are legit – until you take a closer look. i was almost fooled at first glance by this set of photos while browsing Lincoln Taft’s blog. this is the new lookbook for Ralph Lauren’s RRL label.
i love plaid, even though it’s a “trend” that’s been around for years now. doubtless i will still love it long after it filters out of every department store. if i see a girl with a nice checked shirt tucked into good jeans or with a pair of well fit trousers i am guaranteed to turn and take a second look. so if you see me staring at you in the street, don’t be alarmed.