It’s about that time again: it’s been months maybe since we covered anything from Italian luxe leather master Giorgio Brato. Then we saw these sneakers and couldn’t hold back! Washed cowhide in a dark brown wash. And you know we’re planning our Spring/Summer wardrobe already. Get yours from LUISAVIAROMA’s eShop. Please note: if you’re in the US, any fees and shipping are included in the listed price!
For Spring/Summer 2011, our friend Ellis Scott shot the look book of London-based menswear designer Asger Juel Larsen. It was the first we’d heard of Larsen and instantly loved the collection. Check out our coverage here.
He’s just shown his Fall/Winter 2011 collection in London and we have the runway images for you. Check them out after the click. For more info, check out Larsen‘s blog. Photo credit: Shaun James.
We has a friend over last week who mentioned a band we’d never heard of — All Alone in this Empty House. He’d just gone to see them and raved about the show. Naturally, we decided to check them out. Our verdict? Loved it. Check out Lost in the Trees‘ official site, their MySpace, and listen to “Walk Around the Lake” in the player below.
We’re not sure how it happened, but we missed posting on Native Son‘s collection for Spring/Summer 2011. Thankfully, we realized this while posting images from their Fall/Winter 2011collection last week and have the images here for you now.
Check out the full Spring/Summer 2011 collection from New York menswear line Native Son after the click. In addition to an amazing collection, the look book photos by Christian Rios are gorgeous. Check out his site for more of his work.
Check out the Fall/Winter 2011 line of men’s cashmere accessories by London-based Catirfina. We have a lot of trouble buying a scarf every year; it’s tough to find something that’s cool and casual, but not “too” casual. Catifina’s line is the perfect mix.
The Catirfina collection focuses on original pattern and bold colour. The collection is produced in the UK by independent producers and knitters, using the finest cashmere yarn from Italy and Scotland. The producers of luxury yarn have years of manufacturing experience and these skills mean that the yarn is dyed and finished to an extremely high standard.
Check out images from the full collection after the click. We really love the look book photos — the black and white backgrounds juxtaposed against the color of the designs is awesome.