Last week I travelled to Roi Et in the North Eastern part of Thailand to develop special handwoven and naturally dyed fabrics for the next W'menswear winter 20 collection. Working with small cottage industries who keep tradition and an old way of life alive, impels me to do more. W'menswear is in.…
Our walking denim-encyclopedia friend Amy Leverton has just released a women's rendition of her first published book 'Denim Dudes', appropriately called 'Denim Dudettes'. In the beautiful hardcover she has curated the world's raddest women who love denim, from so many corners of the globe. Since...
During an exclusive photo shoot in a secret island in Thailand to mark Dragon boat holiday and kick off the summer travel season, I shared my take on the perfect luggage mission to capture the three relaxing moments during vacation. Partnering up with Yoox, I made a special Ponytail flavoured selection from their Spring Summer 16 collection that would float our kinda salty sailin’ boat.
To welcome the balmy world of W’menswear Spring Summer 17 to our Universe, we shot a short film to celebrate moments, creation, and stinky train rides with little dialogue.
This week Amy Leverton, author of cult hit Denim Dudes, shared an exciting window into the burgeoning denim landscape of South East Asia and no one could have put it better.
So what about Bangkok makes it such a hungry breeding ground for a retailer like Beams, that promotes individuality and a more inconspicuous idea of luxury in a shopping landscape saturated by opulence? Explore the curious concept with us as we watch a culture of individuality and the art of ’being’ blossom around Asia. Welcome to Bangkok Beams (again) !..
Our first season for W’menswear has closed its order books to our new retailers around the world. We couldn’t be more chuffed with the response to our debut Fall collection, and to give you an idea of what goes on in the underbelly of the rag trade, we invite you to share the journey with us.
Not so long ago we styled a little w’menswear piece with our pal Christopher Wadsworth for L’Optimum magazine. He has beautifully shot this short for the project and it’s basically a wink to the in between moments that we seem to pass by in life. Enough said.
If you didn’t get your hands on this month’s issue of L’Optimum, PTJ is bringing you compartmentalised, focused style reportage on each look I brought to the table. This instalment we thought colour was needed for complete urban camouflage at Bangkok’s vibrant flower market.
Right now, Thais all over are celebrating their new year with a watery festival that will soak you with good merit, cleaning the slate for newness. PTJ and Kapital bring in the new year with you in that very fashion too. Sawasdee Pbee Mai!
Last week I was shooting an upcoming food and adventure documentary (funnest) in Northeastern Thailand. The beauty of co-produc...