Deck Clothing



 Heartbreak Hoody 







photos by: Rhys Cox

Deck Clothing released their new collection last week. If you haven't seen the brand around instagram or other blogs, it's definitely something you should look into. The label as a whole takes inspirations from tattoo and street culture. They often play with designs that are relatively bold and vibrant but also produces a range of minimal items. These aspects give the label versatility.

This hoody has a classic design derived from a traditional tattoo art that resembles heartbreak. I was happy to style this hoody and curate an editorial that simply resonates the art of a broken heart. We all love a bit of fragility right? So, here's me keeping it real derelict yet fun for you all. Enjoy yourselves, stay rad and keep breaking hearts!

xoxo

hoody: Deck Clothing
jacket: Vintage Levi's
jeans: Topshop
socks: Primark
trainers: Vans Slip Ons



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CC Fits



cap: Palace
shirt: Vintage Cord
tee: SCRT
cargos: Adidas


cap: Adidas x Neighborhood
coat: Next Men's (old)
shirt: Brixton
bottoms: Pull and Bear
bag: Patta


Here's what Rhys and I wore last weekend for Crepe City.

I really like taupe with dark red tones so I paired my New Balance 991's with this dark red coordinates and pyjamas hybrid from Pull and Bear. Unfortunately, the photos can't speak for itself and its entire beauty but trust me it's buttery smooth. The top is not visible in the shots but I'm sure it will pop up in future outfit pics again.

Rhys went for a neutral look...
"I'm wearing that new corduroy Palace cap, honestly my favourite palace piece ever. Just so nice. A vintage cord shirt that I got for a bargain. The new SCRT Tobias tee, I love Arrested Development and this is so so good. Adidas cargos and new Diadora N9000 "made in Italy" which I am seriously impressed with." - RC 

We are surely more than obsessed with our footgearsThanks to size? for hooking us up with these luscious pairs.

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Crepe City Oct'16

#CREPECITY LONDON Oct 2016




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A photo diary of this month's crepe city
photos by Rhys Cox & yours truly.

As per usual, many avid sneaker fans have united in The Old Truman Brewery this weekend to celebrate Crepe City. I have been attending since last year and have covered the highlight of my last time a few months ago (see here).

size? have kindly invited me along with Rhys to join the fun this month. Their stall showed a lot of available and upcoming products from the store. size? also organised a panel talk hosted by DJ Semtex, where 3 sneaker experts; Alex Ropes from The Basement, Ron from CC, Jason Dike from High Snobiety discussed the "influencer phenomenon" — the effects and importance it has in sneaker culture.

Apart from the size stall, we were also at The Basement corner most of the time (of course). There was a lot of cool garms including the winter merch and the collaboration with BDL. It's always nice to see the gang gather and connect.

We also caught up with other great brands such as Dirty Rich apparel, One Jam Tart and a lot more.


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I will be updating you about what Rhys and I wore for my next post.

See you soon!

Le Uniform






What fashion fads have become your wardrobe staples?

The Canadian Tuxedo / double denim look has been a part of my go-to attires for as long as I can remember. I am unsure as to when I'll eventually get sick of it (probably never). In the beginning of the year, I acquired an obsession for yellow socks. My fascination began to grow but finding perfect plain-coloured but fun gloves for my size 4 feet was a damn struggle. I thank H&M for coming out with these set of ribbed socks. My dream came true -  a dream of adding coloured socks to accessorise and give my outfit a little pop. I am stupidly excited. Ahh!

denim shirt/jacket: Vintage Wrangler
top: Monki
trousers: & Other Stories
cap: SET Store
shoes: Zara
socks: H&M
bag: 5Preview

photos by Rhys Cox

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