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…

vignette two by fashion nazi

In my constant mission to set myself aside from other bloggers, I gave myself one task for the next few post in my series style vignettes. | Do something different | We all know the way in which big brand’s trends trickle down to the high streets for us mere mortals to squabble over, but…

vignette one by fashion nazi

By Fashion Nazi has had such a rigid style since the beginning, so how do I breakaway from that? How do I show my readers that By Fashion Nazi is changing? How do I show that I’m growing as a person? Can I add more to By Fashion Nazi whist refining the message?  I’ve been…

the shoe care by farfetch style hub

We spend so much money on shoes, but why do we bother if we don’t spend the time, money, and effort looking after them? When it comes to my most prized possessions, my shoes, I believe in giving them the best treatment and when Farfetch.com approached me to share my secrets, I knew, I had…

north of cool by the doomed regular

I love a good home-grown brand especially if that brand originated in the greatest city in the world, Sheffield! The Doomed Regular doesn’t fall under my usual visual aesthetic when it comes to a brand but I’m intrigued all the same. “Based in Sheffield, The Doomed Regular clothing collection explores the concept of social change…

infliction by heiko tiemann

Recently I went to visit a portrait exhibition at the Millennium Galleries in Sheffield and I came across the photographer, Heiko Tiemann. His work struck a cord with me as he used children with different degrees of learning difficulties as his subjects, a subject which is quite close to home for me. Hieko Tiemann wrote about his…

a collaboration by mr porter and cos

I’m not one to blog about fashion news that will go out of date by the following week, I much prefer to blog about topics that inspire me, inspire my work and influence my day-to-day. That being said, the Mr Porter X Cos collection manages to inspire me and also keeps up to date with…

photography by edward honaker

Edward is one of my menswear bloggers and photographers that I found on lookbook.nu years ago. His style is by no means groundbreaking, I could probably tell you what he’s got in his wardrobe without looking. However, it’s polished and always well put together but it’s not his personal style I love, it’s his attention to…

season two by sunnei

A brand I stumbled upon thanks to the wonders of twitter, Sunnei is an Italian brand created by Loris Messina and Simone Rizzo. Though, they are only two seasons in I have truly fallen head-over-heels for this brand. I have never been crazy for a brand that design comfortable and easy to wear fashion, that…

an introduction by dennis

So as promised our Guest blogger is here! We’re still in the early stages and coming up with new ideas but as it stands Dennis will be contributing articles, outfit post and recommendations. He’s wrote brief introduction about himself and his style. Hi, I am Dennis born in Hamburg and currently studying in Vienna. As a street…

japanese/british heritage by asymptote

Asymptote’s autumn/winter ’15 collection caught my eye recently. The collection is inspired by traditional Japanese culture and clothing and traditional British culture and materials. I’m not usually a fan of collections that take their inspirations so literally because as you know it can sometimes boarder on resembling costume design. That being said, I’m in love…

boxer briefs by acne studios

Acne is a power-house and successful in ready-to-wear, menswear, furniture/hoemwear, books and magazines thanks to the brands creative director, Jonny Johansson.  As announced last year Acne Studios will be launching an underwear line towards the end of this year. Four different styles will be available for men – boxer, normal brief, high waist brief and shorts. The…

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…

sartorial sweden by andreas wijk

Andreas Wijk is a Swedish musician, TV host and award winning fashion blogger. I’ve been following him since he started his first blog 6 years ago. Years have past and Wijk has stayed so true to his style and I have major respect to him for that. I’ve always identified with his look as he…