floyd

| Let’s talk Floyd | It’s been a while since I’ve done a lifestyle post or any post for that matter! So, with this move into my big new bougie home, my new job, and an unhealthy obsession for home furnishings, I’m inspired talk about a brand with furniture/homeware focus. While I’ve always been a fan of the…

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…

face-wear by freka

I was contacted by the team at Freka to talk about their face-wear. Face-wear is concept I’m unfamiliar with as it’s rare I’m covering up my money-maker unless I have some form of bad skin or spot (which is also rare), however I politely accepted their invitations and this post will be dedicated to, what…

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…

bizen by king houndekpinkou

A king of his craft, King Houndekpinkou is a French-Beninese ceramicist. Inspired by Japanese, almost brutalist, style of unglazed pottery originating in Bizen (now Okayama Prefecture). The tradition of unglazed pottery is deep routed within the Bizen community in Okayama Prefecture and famous not only in Japan, but the rest of the world. Houndekpinkou, has combined the traditional style…

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…

a new routine by bulldog

I live way beyond my means and that’s been a prominent fact in my life for as long as I can remember! In a bid to lower my monthly outgoings, so I can spend my hard-earned coin on more important things like travel and whiskey, I decided I should probably find more cost-effective grooming products….

an interview by charlie ronce magazine

I’m not dead, but I have been slacking when it comes to giving an up-to-date Fashion Nazi piece. I recently spoke with a friend of mine about By Fashion Nazi and life, I guess, for a project he’s working. “Charlie Ronce – a zine for the modern ponce.” Charlie Ronce Magazine | Hi Roman, could you…

dior by raf simons

If you read my blog regularly you’ll know I don’t like commenting on topical subjects and I choose to not do so because you may as well just follow these links to GQ, Vogue, Elle, Hunger etc. as they are far more insightful, have better images, and the backing of the entire fashion pack and all their plus ones….

texture by philippe malouin

I love sharing my inspirations, it’s the main reason I blog, and I wanted to share an artist I came across through the ‘Things’ section at cosstores.com. The artist is Philipper Malouin is a Canadian artist who’s currently living and working in London. Malouin, designs anything from art installations to abstract home furnishings and has…

amy by emily

Many will recall reading of her downward spiral in the magazines and viewing countless photographs of her walking the streets, her general appearance being gaunt and unhealthy and wearing little clothing. Amy, a documentary film directed by Asif Kapadia focuses on the story of soul singer Amy Winehouse from her life as an aspiring teenage…

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…

hardwearing by pieter and joeri

I came across the site Hardwearing by Belgian creatives Pieter Peulen and Joeri Evers thanks to the wonder of Instagram! According to their Twitter bio Hardwearing is quite simply a blog that writes about fashion and creates interiors and I love that! In my opinion blogs and bloggers are starting to lose a sense of where…

the far north by joseph hartley

I’ve never been one to enjoy a lecture or any kind of extended talk, I’ve got a very short attention span, That being said, I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to see three artist/designer/makers talk about their work and processes and one in particular caught all of my attention, The Butcher, Baker, Designer, Maker, Joseph…

always foreign architecture by leong leong

I’ve been a fan of the works of Leong Leong for sometime now, their work is like an escape, an escape from what is to be expected in architecture, an escape from traditionalism. Leong Leong work with materials in way that is a constant inspiration for me. Their work on 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship store is possibly…