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London Collections: Men AW15 – Illustrated by Trystan Matthey

London Collections: Men AW15 has proved to be a very exciting season, this time round I had the pleasure of collaborating with a very talented illustrator. Trystan Matthey has drawn each outfit I wore at LC:M.
Trystan’s illustrations of mythical beings fascinated me and I loved the idea of having my attire illustrated in a similar fashion.
I hope you like the illustrations as much as I do and if so, I would strongly suggest checking out his Instagram – @tribandej
For other enquires, go to his Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/tribandejoyceart
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London Collections: Men – Vogue Paris Homme

Thrilled to say that I have been photographed by the incredibly talented Jonathan Daniel Pryce for Vogue Paris Homme. And trust me, this guy is talented because he has managed to hide the fact that I was nursing one of the worst hangovers that morning.
I’m wearing a Moschino sweater, Topman leather jacket, Virgin Blak bowler hat and a vintage mustard shirt.
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Check out more of the beautiful street style images here: Vogue Homme International


I hope everyone has had a very exciting christmas, full of family food and a freaky amount of presents.
25 glitches in and I thought it was time to bring in the rest of family.
Feliz Navidad !
merry glitchmas 25


Seeing as we are all going to die according to the fools who think the ending of the Mayan Calendar equals the end of the wold as we know it.
If we’re all going to hell (and lets face it, that’s probably what will be happening) we may as well make the most of what we wear to show alfa dominance and middle-earth style.

1. Aztec Prints
Ok, so Aztecs and Mayans aren’t too different, so why not celebrate Mayans and their clever predictions of the end of the world with Mary Katrantzou’s S/S13 Aztec prints.




2. Leather & Studs
If you want to create a ‘tough-guy’ look to show Satan himself who’s boss, get your studs and leathers out. The Burberry Prorsum leather jacket is just the ticket to make the Hell’s Angels look weak.



3. Apocalypse Prints
If you want some satyrical attire to remind people of why you are all trapped, suffering and living amongst the demons, I suggest you get the atomic bomb print dresses by Christopher Kane.




4. Wasteland Layering
This is a fairly simple look to achieve, stop ironing your clothes, if something is ripped, don’t throw it out, its just an extra layer of hardcore strength and an “I-don’t-give-a-shit” attitude, lets face it, you won’t have time to iron, wash and sew your clothes when you’re fighting off other survivors from you’re land.
Large boots are a must; hiking, military, anything that looks badass but also works for comfort. You want to look ruthless but still maintain the ability to travel around scavenging for food or running for your life.
Layer up with big accessories; studs, helmets, leather, belts, buckles and straps to appear utilitarian as well as merciless.
The tattier you can look, the better the Wasteland look.




5. Angelic & Pure
If you really think you will be reaching the pearly gates of heaven, you are either deluded or the Jesus Christ himself.
If this is the case, I would suggest you dress to the nines as you don’t want to be the only one looking odd upon arrival. I’m sure we all remember when Renee Zellweger wears the bunny outfit to the formal gathering in Bridget Jones’ Diary?
Wear white, you want to look as pure as possible (just incase they’re undecided).
And of course, still look as fashion forward as you can, don’t go in last years outfits… Jesus is very up to date with his fashion.
My best suggestion would be the S/S13 Moschino collection.



I hope you survive he apocalypse and look damn good as you do it.