Photo: The Fashionisto I spoke too soon, both in my previous post and in my round up of the Kiwi models in attendance at New York Fashion Week – I forgot about Aiden Andrews. (The round up has now been corrected.) Whoops. New Zealand-born, Virginia-raised Aiden Andrews – currently ranked number 20 on the models.com top male models in the business – is indeed in the house. And just like every other Fashion Week since he started his flourishing career, he’s working. Andrews featured in the Billy Reid presentation yesterday, clad in baggy khaki pants with grey trackies peeking outClick to Continue!
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All Images /wwd.com I haven’t seen nor heard anything more of Nick Curnow or Ryan Cooper, but Michael Whittaker and Aiden Andrews have been walking up a storm. That’s Aiden in Richard Chai menswear above, Rag and Bone below, and Michael in Thom Browne, also below. Uploaded with my Sierra Wireless data stick on Telecom XT. I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!
Image /Hypebeast Okay so. First there was Michael Whittaker. Then Nick Curnow. Aiden Andrews (pictured below) was a given because he lives over here, but now Ryan Cooper? The 20-something year old New Zealander and former face of DKNY Jeans showed up at the Gilded Age presentation on day one of New York Fashion Week. I’ll keep looking out for more Kiwis, maybe Nick Bryant will show up too? He did at Mary-Kate and Ashley’s party at the Jane Hotel last night. I’d bet a hundred bucks he’ll do at least one of the Ralph Lauren shows. Aiden Andrews atClick to Continue!
Photos: supplied Summer is hands down the hardest season to dress for if you’re a man. Not that it can’t be done – just take a look at The Sartorialist or Jak and Jil to see all manners of well-dressed gentlemen in cotton suits with perfectly rolled neckerchiefs, or pants worn sockless with little leather ankle bracelets – but if you’re not a real detailsy kinda dude, you’re pretty much plum outta luck. All I ever want to wear is a white tee shirt with some beige pants or blue jeans and a pair of canvas sneakers, and though IClick to Continue!
Photos: NYMag Marc Jacobs got his Marc by Marc menswear seriously right this season. His inspiration appears to have been schlubby late 1950s – early 1960s career-men who dressed conservatively, worked long hours and enjoyed a solid round of tenpin bowling on a Friday night; namely, the antithesis to TV’s hyper-glamourised Mad Men. In Jacobs’ hands the workers’ boring (not to mention ill-fitting) officewear suddenly appears covetable – short pants belted low with mini paper bag waists feel modern, proper width ties trump their skinny and ubiquitous counterparts, and check suits in all manners of dull shades look fun. HeClick to Continue!