The month started, surprisingly, gloomily. I've been recompensing the mournful aura with long evenings with lots of fahion-related films and readings. Visually, aesthetically and musically, the men's fashion weeks round-ups from FashionTV FMEN are a real treat for me. Perfect soundtracks and brilliant video reports from the catwalks from Paris and Milan. To name a few of the shows - Roberto Cavalli, Gucci, Versace, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dior Homme, Dolce & Gabbana, Dsquared2 - all beautifully packed. But the most epic (and entertaining) one is definitely John Galliano's F/W 2011/12 show.
I've been also treating myself with some visual and acoustic delights from Burberry - its new ad campaign, featuring Roo Panes, as well as the Burberry Acoustic series promoting some new names of the music scene.
A few words about the look. I digged that leather vintage clutch bag out of mother's wardrobe and the deep azure blazer is from Zara. Beneath, the denim shirt and the low neckline T-shirt, also from Zara. The old H&M chinos are a bit oversized, but I wanted to pair the blues with the grey. All in all, it worked out to be a bit smart and chic, with an editorial twist.