two thousand and seventeen by fashion nazi

It’s 2017, but you already know that. What should this post be about? Maybe I could write a post about; how I’m going to be healthy, quit smoking, be positive, drink less, learn a new language, travel more or maybe I should be honest with myself and realise the above is probably not going to…

nominated by fashion nazi

I’ve always wanted to be an award winning something or at the very least and award nominated something but I never thought it would be for blogging, I thought it might be for something I’m actually good at like….. Anyway, there’s this site called Blogging Edge that have put me up as the Best Men’s…

menswear by an architect and a marketer

I have a handful of bloggers I’ve loved since I first came across the whole fashion blogging scene, they all started with humble fashion ramblings on blogspot and six years on are now fashionistas and influencers in their own right. The Three F was created by architect, Filippo Fiora sharing his classic Italian style, lifestyle and travel…

always foreign architecture by leong leong

I’ve been a fan of the works of Leong Leong for sometime now, their work is like an escape, an escape from what is to be expected in architecture, an escape from traditionalism. Leong Leong work with materials in way that is a constant inspiration for me. Their work on 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship store is possibly…

onggi by lee kang-hyo

Lee Kang-Hyo Follows a traditional style of pottery making, onggi, used in Korea. The craft dates back almost six thousand years and Lee Kang-Hyo has become a master at his art. It’s not wise of me to comment on a culture and an art I don’t know a whole lot about. However, I came across…

waka waka by shin okuda

Shin Okuda is a L.A based furniture designer. Okuda sites L.A as his main source of inspiration for his work, I see an obvious influence from modern Japan(Okuda’s home country). For me it’s not two places I would even compare however, the work of a Japanese man Inspired by his new surroundings in L.A has fast…

continued by fashion nazi

It’s been an exciting week for me and Fashion Nazi! Firstly, I have officially left my sales career and Just been hired as a Market Liaison! The money was great in sales however, it turns out everyone is on to something when they say money can’t buy you happiness. In my new job I’ll be organizing…

menswear by theory

Why wait for June to come for a fresh take on menswear? Theory have been giving us great menswear looks for a few seasons now and really honing in on their chic, simple and luxurious aesthetic. I find that creating minimal looks like these tends to be more difficult, you really need an eye for…

grade ii by brutalist

As a creative I’m rarely inspired by fashion and often look to history, powerful personalities, raw materials  and most importantly architecture to inspire me. I’m very lucky to have inspiring architecture on my door step, Park Hill Flats. Park Hill is council estate in Sheffield(my home town). Designed by architects Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith, Park…

finn by oliver hrubiak

I often think about how important it is to have classic and timeless pieces in the wardrobe and more recently I’ve been think about how important it is to have classic pieces and designs in the home. I have a few pieces already such as a mid-century marble coat stand and a Charles Eames style chair….