This Raf jacket was on ebay a few weeks ago…not quite Pyramid Jacket levels of cool, but still pretty ‘grail’ as the tumblr-Raf set may phrase it.
'92 Snow Beach
Having watched Oldboy for the first time last night, I can safely say it definitely lives up to its hype; a real modern tragedy which finds beauty in violence before delivering its earth-shattering conclusion in such a way that finds it an unusual descendant of Sophocles’ tragic theater. On a lighter note, however, Lee Woo-jin can sure wear a bucket hat - and paired with that blue bomber, I can’t help but think of Engineered Garments look books.
Autumn/Winter ‘14 (but also summer) ‘goals’.
This high and tight collared knit is just what’s needed to compliment some mid-century bookish smoking.
Long hair, long t-shirt and them Rafs.
The collar-roll, the high-waisted side-tab trousers….the Davis.
George Best, London 1968.
Source: Il Post (Ian Tyas/Keystone/Getty Images)
I have this framed on my desk.
Georg Best looking surprisingly contemporary - that uniquely sixties looking ‘slip on’ aside, that is.
One of the coolest examples of high-meets-low I’ve seen in a while. Plus, whilst I love all-black, Rick/Raf and Nike, this is a slightly different (and very successful way) to mix it up in terms of blending ‘Fashion’ and streetwear.
The Ivy League Ticket Pocket.
George Peppard and Audrey Hepburn, 1961.
Just when I thought I had seen all the clean-cut Ivy perfection Breakfast had to offer, this ticket-pocket-on-a-mac shot comes along and has me nerding out on the clothes in this film all over again.