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Dior Homme 2014 Fall Lookbook

Having received our first look at Dior Homme‘s 2014 fall/winter range at its runway showing back in January, the French label comes forward with a catalog highlighting next season’s offerings. Photographed by Karim Sadli, the above lookbook is consistent with Dior Homme and its creative head Kris Van Assche’s flair for delivering a tastefully modern chic aesthetic to casual menswear. The mostly monochromatic range features plenty of wardrobe staples and outerwear favorites, while hints of red and brown aid in highlighting its slim-fitting silhouettes. Stay tuned for more from Dior Homme as we move closer to the fall/winter fashion season.

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TOPMAN 2014 Fall Lookbook

Acclaimed British high street label TOPMAN has unveiled a lookbook to its 2014 fall collection. Designed with a dapper sensibility throughout, the lookbook shows updated looks to timeless wardrobe staples. Knitwear pieces are layered with blazers and paired with dress pants, while duffle coats and leather jackets present themselves as outerwear options. The use of plaid on suits and jackets offer nice accents, alongside faded denim and selvedge jeans that continue the label’s classic styling. Shot by Thomas Cooksey, enjoy the lookbook here and keep an eye out for the collection to drop in later months via TOPMAN.

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Leica Monochrom Silver Anniversary Edition

For its 25th anniversary, Nordic Photo has unveiled a special Leica M Monochrom Silver Anniversary Edition to commemorate the occasion. Produced in a limited number of 25 sets, the camera is furnished with a rich Aztec beige leather and includes a Leica Summilux M-1.4/35 ASPH Silver Lens that is purpose-built for this edition whilst retaining identical specifications to the readily available black version. Replacing the usual word “Monochrom’ on the hot shoe will be a distinctive serial number from 01/25 to 25/25. The cameras will be exclusively sold through Leica dealers in Denmark for approximately $21,000 USD.

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Shades Of Blue And Brown

Back again just to share with you an extra look. As it is quiet easy to understand i love blue and beige. For this post look i just combined my favorite colors and I came up with this look. I hope you will enjoy it. Check the rest of the photos below and dont hesitate to email us.

Until the next time dont forget to be gentle!

Cheers,

Pasquale K.

 

Tailored jacket: Maison Martin Margiela

Tie: Cos

Pants: HeByMango

Shirt: Tommy Hilfiger,

Belt: Hermes

Shoes: Tommy Hilfiger

Hookl Und Stool 2014 Armada High Armchair

As a part of its ongoing pursuit of the perfect furnishings, Belgrade-based design studio Hookl und Stool commissioned designer Zoran Jedrejcic to create the Armada High Armchair. Perfectly minimalist, the chair uses a single piece of steel to construct the frame, which is covered by luxurious leather that softens over time. This lends the chair a distinct vintage feel while also maintaining a versatile modern appearance. A unique magnet system connects the solid wooden base to the seating, giving it a unique sense of suspension. Head to Hookl und Stool’s website to learn more about bringing this piece home.

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Vibes From Mykonos

Hello!

Mykonos is one of my favorite islands in the whole world, so it was the perfect idea for a short trip to relax and have fun. The island's aesthetic, the hospital and warm people, the impeccable beaches and bars are some of the factors why you should all visit that island. Blue was the main color but the style was not far from the island's luxury vibe. Take a look of the photos below.

Jeans, a lot of shirts and my new addiction Swear London shoes were my partners in crime.  I also chose for you some of my favorite pictures that i published throught instagram during this trip. At the end only one thing i know for sure and that is that i will be back in Mykonos very soon. Until the next time keep on smilling and having fun!

Cheers,

Pasquale K.

Inside the Set Designs of Mad Men

Nearly halfway through its seventh and final season, AMC’s critically-acclaimed series Mad Men has received award after award for its impeccable cast, writing, direction and overall performance. What really pushes a series about mid-century Madison Avenue advertisers to the forefront of TV land’s greatest dramas is its aesthetic, from the costume and set design to its historical accuracy and cultural relevancies. Granted a rare full access to tour Mad Men’s various sets by its creator Matthew Weiner, Interior Design sat down with Don Draper’s mastermind to discuss influences from his upbringing, the distinction between modernism on the two coasts, his team, cubicles and more.

Source: Interior Design