The fine jewelry game can be a bit of a conundrum. Sure, you have your OG behemoth brands that have been in business for hundreds of years—David Yurman, Tiffanys, etc.—but if you're looking for something new and cool (and preferably affordable), where to go? Enter The Last Line. I recently found this brand after falling into a K-hole=like trance on Instagram in search of everyday fine jewelry that wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg. The Last Line popped up—it's a favorite of Paloma Elsesser, Rachel Zoe, Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus—and I was entranced.
A new book of architect John Pawson’s inspiration reads like the arc of a rainbow, writes Ana Kinsella – and its vibrant hues map neatly onto Spring/Summer 2018
The fashion world's obsession with dolls is creepy, more than slightly sexist, and it's got to go.
Fashion is notoriously irreverent. From murder to religion, there’s hardly any topic it shies from, producing controversial collections and questionable photoshoots season after season. However laudable this boldness might be, it can’t be denied that some of fashion’s favourite motifs would better be left in the past. Chief among them: fashion’s eerie obsession with dolls.
Every gentleman's secret for style that doesn't go out of fashion? It's all in the details.
Last month, we travelled to Florence with A. Lange & Söhne for an exploration of Tuscan craftsmanship and the timeless tradition of gentlemen’s fashion. As host to Pitti Uomo, Florence has long enjoyed a reputation as the ultimate destination for classic men’s fashion. Joined on our trip by punk rock tailors Sam Lambert and Shaka Maidoh – the sharp-dressed menswear consultants behind Art Comes First – we gathered a few tips for dressing like the perfect gent.
Read on to find out the finishing touches that will elevate your next ensemble into a gentlemanly masterpiece. And don’t forget to take notes.
Sleek's top tips for your winter wardrobe
Thermals Are Your friends
Ok, so we know they’re not stylish, but thermals are your knight in shining armour when it comes to winter fashion. Thermals provide all the warmth without the bulk, so you can still don bold outfits without compromising your wellbeing. While you could fork out on expensive alpine gear, your thermals don’t need to cost the earth (unless you’re climbing a literal mountain). We recommend Uniqlo’s HEATTECH range.
Tis the season for holiday giving and with Eileen Fisher, you can take your gifting to the next level. Since 2005, the brand's Love, Peru project has helped support an alternative supply chain in Arequipa, Peru, a livelihood for over 600 families in the community. Workers are trained to use handloom machines and given one free knitting machine, using their skills to create special Love, Peru pieces for the brand.
Get to know the designer behind her sustainable luxury line.