Happiness is to be found when in pursuit of it, in the soothed expectation, on the way, not only upon the arrival. Accepting detours, just going the way, which is anyhow not this obvious to anyone.
Thomas Bettinelli

Happiness is just a hairflip away.
Chris Crocker


"The way the system works now, you see the clothes, within an hour or so they're online, the world sees them. They don't get to a store for six months. The next week, young celebrity girls are wearing them on red carpets. They're in every magazine. The customer is bored with those clothes by the time they get to the store. They're overexposed, you're tired of them, they've lost their freshness".
Tom Ford


Weekly celeb : Laurie Davidson

Zander Hodgson (part 8)
by Cameron McNee

"Garden of pleasures" is the title of this editorial by Christopher Preston featuring British model / actor Zander Hodgson photographed in Los Angeles by Cameron McNee for the second issue of Gym Class B.

ต้น ธนษิต - "คำตอบอยู่ที่หัวใจ "
Thanasit Jaturaput - "The answer is in the heart"
theme song of Thai TV series "Sotus S"

Trọng Hiếu - "Chỉ có tình yêu ở lại "
theme song of upcoming Vietnamese drama "Lôi báo " by Victor Vũ

Attitude #12.17 (part 1)

"Shears my man" is the title of this cover story by Cliff Joannou featuring American recording artist Jake Shears groomed by Michelle Harvey, styled by Joseph Kocharian and shot by John Russo for this month's issue of British magazine Attitude.
Bonus : full text (open in new tab to enlarge pics).

Attitude #12.17 (part 2)

"Glow" is the title of this editorial by Joseph Kocharian featuring Jacob Hankin groomed by Brady Lea and photographed by Jenny Brough for this month's issue of British magazine Attitude.

Hed Mayner
feat. Sangdon Bae by Cécile Bortoletti

For his first official presentation on the Paris calendar, rising Israeli designer Hed Mayner veered toward activewear references and bright colors, splicing these together with workwear elements and the traditional Jewish Orthodox tailoring influences with which he has built his point of difference. The designer explained he wanted to incorporate items and motifs recognizable by all, but twisted them into abstract shapes, transcending status and stereotypes, and offered designs that could be worn in a variety of ways. Outsized outerwear went from parkas and chunky bomber jackets to a long, velvet tailored coat, all in a palette of earthy shades, while the activewear statement included a bright red and navy djellaba worked in sweatshirt fabric with a sporting logo that could be worn wide or wrapped tight around the body. A navy tailored jacket hugged the back thanks to inner elastic details, and was paired with quirky harem pants pleated between the legs in classic wool suiting fabric. He also offered sand-hued military pants, worn with a pocketed skirt reminiscent of a tool belt and chunky vintage knitwear sewn onto crisp shirts, making each one unique. Stiff lambskin, cotton poplin, soft velvet or wool felt, the materials were used to create visually interesting garments. With their volume striking a remarkable contrast to the structure pieces, the large trousers with a wishbone cut looked exceedingly well when paired with a tailored jacket. Hed Mayner also showed sustainable flat lace-up sneakers in washed canvas from vintage military tents. A very very nice collection.