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



Mateus Lages by Marcelo Krasilcic

Chino & Nacho - "El poeta "

Caracas-based urban pop duo Chino & Nacho are back with a brand new video entitled "El poeta " filmed in Mexico City by Gustavo A Garzón. The single is part of their upcoming third album "Supremo" set to release on October 18. Jesús Alberto Miranda Pérez (Chino) and Miguel Ignacio Mendoza (Nacho), who started this act in 2007, are one of the first Venezuelan reggaeton bands that have gained international fame. They won a Latin Grammy last year.
Nacidos para la música y convertidos en destacados intérpretes y compositores gracias al trabajo junto a distintas agrupaciones, Chino y Nacho son ritmo, voz y corazón de la música venezolana.

Deluxx #13 (part 1)
Jonathan Kroppmann (part 12)

"Rain song" is the title of this edit by Taichi Kawatani featuring Morphosis regular living work of art Jonathan Kroppmann groomed by Shingo Shibata and shot by Hiro Kimura for the current issue of Brit fash mag Deluxx.

Deluxx #13 (part 2)

"Neo couleur tendresse " ('New soft colors') is the title of this editorial by Tatsuya Shimada featuring Friday models Tintin and Alex shot by Masami Naruo for the current issue of Brit fash mag Deluxx.

Deluxx #13 (part 3)

"Thunder road" is the title of this editorial by Ripley Lawson featuring Edge models Jeff and Codie groomed by Jolene Antonishyn and shot by Cleon Manz for the current issue of Brit fash mag Deluxx.

DaMan #08/09-11

"Urban cowboys" is the title of this editorial by Ton Aguilar featuring Luke Armitage groomed by Erin Dennison and shot by Christian Rios for the latest issue of Indonesian fash mag DaMan.

Exklusiv #104

"Germans" is the title of this edit by Martyna Możdrzeń featuring Marcin Banasiak and Daniel Uzdowski outfiited by Marcin Różyc, groomed by Marianna Jurkiewicz & Klaudia Jaśpińska, shot by Greg Adamski and retouched by Klaudia Jaśpińska for the current isue of Polish fash mag Exklusiv.
Modernistyczna warszawska willa, która przypomina dzieła niemieckiego Bauhausu. Dwójka fenomenalnych europejskich projektantów związanych z Berlinem : Mad Dinesen i Michaela Kampe. A wszystko to w interpretacji polskiego fotografa. Zobaczcie, co może powstać z inspiracji kulturą niemiecką !

Soma #25.4

"In love with Aloysius" is the title of this editorial by Jessica Grubisa featuring Thomas Oosterhof and Andrey Sukhomlinov shot by Russ Flatt for the current issue of Californian fash mag Soma.


Krane is a remembrance of vintage uniforms with an ode to modern industrial design. Old-school leather techniques meet a new-school design attitude in pursuit of innovative garments and accessories. Graphic details evolve and transform classic silhouettes in making bold statements that acknowledge the thoughts and aspirations of today's contemporary male. Ken Chow is the founder and designer for Krane. He holds an associates degree in menswear design from New York's FIT, which fine-tuned his skills in tailoring and American sportswear. He brings his visual art background into the fashion industry. As a young child, he was encouraged to pursue his gift of drawing, which he honed by entering Remembrance Day / Veteran's Day poster design contests. This sparked an interest in a militarist aesthetics, a recurring theme that Ken Chow likes to work with. Krane products are completely made in Canada. The lines are manufactured in factories in Toronto, with the hand-work done in house. For this season's collection, Krane considered a progression of the 1940s military theme that's been building upon since the beginning. Ken Chow continued on his exploration of the military theme with officer’s coats, aviator jackets, bombers and pea coats. He combined his signature waxed cotton with vintage military blankets in many of the jackets. Lambskin, wool, cotton and shearling rounded out the fabrics in the line. Bags came in different styles like duffle bags, carpenter bags, laptop bags, rucksacks and briefcases. They came in either suede or a washed leather. The lambskin jeans stood out the most in the amazing pant lineup. Other options included wool ponte di roma trousers and waxed cotton jeans. When the male models were wearing shirts, they consisted of henleys and button ups. The outerwear is a big category at Krane, so it was a return to the things that work for the brand. Guys get excited about the military influence in the coats and bags, so it was a return to this theme with a big focus on leather and shearling. Brown was the main color. The past has been very much about black on black dressing, but this season, Krane places an importance on brown as an outer shell. Pops of color (olive, maroon, charcoal) in shirting was also introduced to move out of the black on black code of the past. The silhouette is very tailored and sharp. Guys tend to appreciate a nice fitting coat or jacket. Women seam to be responding the same way also. Women were picking up the Krane jackets for themselves in the past, so Ken Chow payed special attention to fit this season. Lightly distressed finishes add an artisanal craftsman appeal, creating just the right amount of the worn-in look. The collection is effortlessly cool. A true testament of thoughtful design, the clothes serve both fashion and function.