Those perfect vintage jeans or that coat you bought second-hand on that holiday you’ll never forget. There’s something special about items that seem to have lived lives before us. British stylist Bay Garnett, pioneer of the 90s thrifting movement, has harnessed the spirit of these garments for her AW 17 capsule collection with M.i.h Jeans, Golborne Road. Inspired by the Portobello Road Market that stretched from Golborne Road to Westbourne Grove, Garnett has selected her most treasured picks from her extensive personal collection and reworked them for the eight-piece capsule collection which includes an expertly faded tee, a pair of high-rise wide-leg jeans and a tiger camo shirt to live in through the seasons. The collection is now available online.
City of angels. In the latest campaign from Byron-Bay based jewellery label Temple of the Sun, model and muse Emily Jean Bester explores the peaks and valleys of Los Angeles and its Griffith Observatory in the glow of the afternoon sun.
From the mind of filmmaker Ryan Hope comes Women’s Best Friend, second in three-part series celebrating the Prada Cahier bag, The Delivery Man.
All in one, from top to toe, accessories included if you dare. Make your mark in monochrome.