Wednesday, June 19, 2013

On the Street….The Fortezza, Florence

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

On the Street…….New Oxford St., London

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

On the Scene…..Old Crown Pub, London

This week really starts the summer at The Sartorialist.


London, as usual, was a quick dip in an icy pool, but as I write this, I’m baking under the Tuscan sun. The images are coming fast, so be ready for lots of posts over the next few weeks.


This trip will literally take me around the world.  London, Florence, Milan, Paris, Madrid, Bali and Sydney.  If you have 5 minutes a day and a computer, you can come with me!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

On the Street…..Bloomsbury, London

Monday, June 17, 2013

On the Scene……Old Crown Pub, London

Monday, June 17, 2013

On the Street…..New Oxford St., London

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Giorgio Armani to Host Andrea Pompilio at Armani Teatro

Bravo to Giorgio Armani for supporting young Italian designers!


Andrea Pompilio will be the first guest designer to show at Armani Teatro later this month.


Milan needs the freshness of some new faces on the design schedule.  I’ve been pulling for Andrea Pompilio since I first saw his collection in 2011.


Bravo and good luck to both designers this season!



Thursday, June 13, 2013

Beppe Modenese New Book


Modenese_72dpiI just heard that Beppe Modenese is releasing a new biography!


It will be the first thing I buy when I get to Florence next week.  I’ll give you an update as soon as I have it in hand.



Thursday, June 13, 2013

On the Scene……Kiki G., Brooklyn, New York

Tuesday was really about hi-top Nikes for the ladies.


Funny, as soon as the temps go over 70F (21-ish C)  I never think about hi-tops.  They just seem like they would be too warm.  However, Ruby and Kiki might force me to reconsider.


Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Shopping Online…..Crepe Cotton Tee @ Club

CMpocket TeeI feel bad that I’ve kept this tee a secret for so long.  I think I was afraid they would sell out before I could stock up. But now, I have three in navy, two in grey, and I love them all!


This tee (which is really a knit disguised as a tee) is so much lighter in weight than most of the tees I own. Since the weave in the shirt isn’t too tight, the breeze moves through the fabric so that it feels almost like you have nothing on.


The only down side is the first one I bought pilled from my camera strap after a long day shooting. Mine also didn’t have a pocket (better that way).  But, those are minor compared to the perfection of a great new wardrobe staple for summer.