Today we did a little style feature in The Sunday Telegraph down under. We had the honour of representing all of our friends, Nigel Cabourn, The Standard Store, Incu, The Hill-Side, Viberg Boots, Armour Lux, and A.P.C. At the end of the day, what’s life about if you can’t be proud of your pals?
The latest instalment of Vogue Style Spy, PTJ teamed up with our pals Incu down under to talk about Post-Trend dressing and why it’s cool to be comfortable wearing things that make you happy
Ponytail Journal strives to understand the many meanings of the Universe with our new word-of-the-day segment. We’re comparing the new and the old. Brought to you by the Oxford Dictionary and Urban Dictionary dot com.
We look at early photography, the glass plate, and King Mongkut of Siam for our second instalment of Our Style Heroes. It smells of newness and inspires us to rethink and recreate to move forward in life.
For Cheeze Magazine’s 11th Anniversary Issue, ’Get Real’, we shot some W’Menswear looks to celebrate great people in the world who embrace newness, respect the past, and are constantly pushing to better what already exists. Grab a copy now, and for those who can’t here’s a little glimpse of funnest-styling-possible in the studio for the issue
We’ve been cooking up a ’lil something in the Denim Cave with Ben Viapiana to bring you lasses some great workwear.
To our latest instalment over at Vogue.com.au, we worked with our pals down under at Incu to show you that pretty things should be a little bit fun too. Read the full story over thurrrr.
This is pretty much how to do military by a true vintage guy, our pal Joe. We caught his US and British ensemble on camera in Tokyo to show y’all how its done.
Ponytail pal Ngonngon Tiri looking dreamy in the latest collection by Engineered Garments. Look at her dreaminess here
A little inspiration for your summer threads, the Jinbei. Think cotton, hemp, sugar cane, or linen, soft washed and cut into a loose wrap around. It’s engineered for the heat, Japanese style.
We covered the Gail Sorronda runway show at Fashion Week Down Under to show you how the Aussies translate their distinctive world into wonderful strangeness, with the odd kangaroo leather shirt collar wraff.