New York in July

    New York was so so fun. Once again I got to visit one of my favourite city (minus all that annoying security and queueing at the JFK). It was great as always but so so hot, I mean in London it was a completely different, with all the rain and the occasional breeze, in New York it was very dry and very hot. Kind of remind me of Bangkok actually.
    I know that going in July was going to be different because the last time I was in New York was in February and the new S/S stuff would have just arrived, this time around there were little bits and pieces left from the sales and most of the good stuff has gone. So my main goal was to just eat, visit all my favorite restaurants, go to Soho and have a rest.
    I ended up eating at all my favourite places; Quality Meats, Balthazar, and Marea. I also got to buy a bunch of really good jeans from Rag and Bone.
    Ps: I am obsessed with MGMT again at the moment, I can't stop listening to them.
    Notice the word "French tickler" on the bottom left corner.
    Knitted bike cover outside Acne + they have incredible sales, lots and lots of jeans in my size. So... kudos to them!
    I was mostly in Soho so these amazing shadows from the fire exit stairs and the graffiti were all I was attracted to.
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Menswear Spring/Summer 2012

    The menswear's show for S/S 12 has been okay, nothing monumental, at the moment the designers seem to be striking a perfect balance between that extreme minimalism and the over the top thing. Which unfortunately can make the clothes extremely boring and wearable (the double edge sword), which I love. There were some stand outs of course, like Prada. But the general feel seems to be very Holiday-inspired, like hawaiian print shirts, super short shorts that looks like trunks, beach appropriate footwear, colours and more colours.
    One of my favourite show this season was not actually a show but it was a presentation of 3.1 Phillip Lim. Followed closely by Balenciaga and Dries Van Noten with honourable mentions to Alexander Wang, Victor & Rolf and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci. The clothes are all very relaxed and easy.
    Kim Jones debut his first collection for Vuitton with a very cool crocodile varsity jacket. That was all I really saw in that show.
    Alexander Wang
    Dries Van Noten

    Victor & Rolf
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