Posts Tagged ‘Walks’

JeanMichel Basquiat walks the Comme des Garçons runway in…


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JeanMichel Basquiat walks the Comme des Garçons runway in 1987

More: How Jean-Michel Basquiat Inspired This Season’s Look

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Anna Wintour Talks Runway Walks with Derek Zoolander and Hansel at Valentino’s Backstage

Derek Zoolander and Hansel owned the runway at Valentino’s Paris Fashion Week show yesterday, and it looks like they had some help from a famous friend in getting prepped for their moment in the spotlight. This backstage video care of Vogue shows how Derek and Hansel prepared, spending some quality time with their selfie stick and Vogue head honcho Anna Wintour while musing over the best runway walk technique. Check it out above to see where they landed.


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putthison: It’s On Sale: Select Items at No Man Walks Alone No…

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It’s On Sale: Select Items at No Man Walks Alone

No Man Walks Alone just started their end-of-season sale. Select items have been discounted by up to 40%. Some notables:

  • Sartoria Formosa: Handmade ready-to-wear suits by a famous bespoke Neapolitan tailoring house. Many of these are made from fabrics that allow you to wear the jacket and trousers separately. 
  • Heschung: Great casual shoes. I bought these black boots last year and love wearing them with charcoal trousers and jeans. Take a half size down.
  • Buttero: Mostly minimalist sneakers, although they have nice side-zip boots as well. I wear a similar pair with black leather jackets. 
  • Vass: Beautifully designed, handwelted footwear. These would look great with some flannel trousers and a tweed sport coat. 
  • Rota: Slim Italian trousers built with a slightly higher rise. 
  • Mackintosh: Exceptional raincoats. You can use this as a guide if you’re unsure how each of the models differ.  
  • Monitaly: Funky Japanese label with lots of great outerwear, such as this multi-zip varsity.
  • Inis Meain: One of my favorite knitwear companies. I really like their Aran sweaters, which are available in grey, navy, and brown.
  • Pedaled: Very cool cycling gear that doesn’t look like cycling gear. Designed to be wearable when you’re on and off a bike. 
  • Begg: An excellent maker of scarves. I bought this black Kishorn last week, which I’m hoping to wear with causal overcoats and leather jackets. 
  • Merola: Beautiful handstitched leather gloves. I wish these were in my size. 
  • Oliver Spencer: British designer with an interesting take on classic clothes. This olive bomber jacket looks like it would pair well with black jeans. 
  • Gray: Relatively new knitwear brand by a former Ballantyne designer. These two pieces look amazing. 

Note, to see sale prices, you have to click onto each item’s page. All sales are also final. 

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