I'm a Fashion Stylist that specializes in athletes, a.k.a. Sports StylistSubscribe Now

Desire

IsabelMarant

I saw a girl wearing this Isabel Marant top the other day when I was downtown at the Ace Hotel. Thinking I need to track it down. I can think of a multiple of ways to wear this.

And that’s always a good excuse for a spending spree…

 

You can also stalk me here: facebook | twitter | pinterest | bloglovin' | insta-rad

Fashion x Skate Becomes a Reality.

 

_SAM8771_Added_Logo
_SAM8798
whatsin4_0
whatsin2_1

whatsin1_0
Skate Shots:  Photographer: Sam Asley/Prime & Fire   Skateboarder: Tom Knox
So stoked I can finally share all this news & pics with you!  The new HTC ONE SKATEPARK in the Old Selfridges hotel in London (adjacent to the Oxford Street department store) is opening tomorrow! 
I casually mentioned the opening of the skatepark it in this post previously, but all details had not been released until now…

The big news in addition to the pop up shop Selfridges did is that they are also opening a full, functioning skatepark open to the public  with two distinctive areas – one replicates some of London’s famous skating spots – like the Big Ben Gap and the Moorgate handrail. The second area is set with obstacles inspired by the pop up shop (celebrating skate/surf culture x fashion) Selfridges is doing in their store next door – so think shoe boxes, magazines, & baseball caps

 

They are also offering FREE basic skateboard lessons on Saturdays & Sundays – see info below) so hop on a board and try it!

 

After you are done watching (or skating yourslef!) the  skaters, you must check out the amazing pop up shop in the Selfridge store next door – it’s an incredible collection of fashion x skate/surf by some of the most well known designers. From streetwear labels like the Billionaire Boys Club, to high end designers like Jimmy Choo & Stella McCartney – the visuals are stunning, and there is something for everyone.

 

So if you are anywhere near London, here are the details on The HTC ONE Skatepark:

Monday – Friday 12pm-9pm

Saturday 10am-9pm  (skate basic lessons from 10-2)

Sunday 12pm-6pm  (skate basic lessons from 12-2)

Location:  The Old Selfridges Hotel / Adjacent to the Oxford Street store  /  Entry via Orchard Street

Nearest Tube: Bond Street

 

 

 

 

You can also stalk me here: facebook | twitter | pinterest | bloglovin' | insta-rad

Board Game Part 2

whatsin4_0
whatsin2_1
whatsin1_0
_SAM8798
_SAM8771_Added_Logo

Skate Photos: Photographer: Sam Ashley/Prime & Fire   Skateboarder:  Tom Knox

So stoked I can finally share this news & pics with you!  The new HTC ONE SKATEPARK in the Old Selfridges Hotel in London (adjacent to the Oxford Street store) is opening tomorrow!

I mentioned the opening of the skatepark in a post previously, but all details were not released until now…

The BIG news, in addition to the pop up shop Selfridges did, is that they are also opening a fully functioning skatepark which is open to the public and is FREE to skate at. The HTC One Skatepark has two distinctive area – one replicates some of London’s famous skating spots – like the Big Ben Gap and the Mororgate handrail. The second area is set up with obstacles inspired by the pop up shop (celebrating skate/surf culture & fashion) Selfridges is doing in their store next door – so think shoe boxes, magazines & baseball caps.

they are also offering FREE basic skateboard lessons on Saturdays & Sundays – see info below. So hop on a board and try it!

After you get done skating you must check out the amazing pop up shop in the Selfridges store next door. It’s an incredible collection of fashion x surf/skate by some of the most well known designers. From streetwear labels like the Billionaire Boys Club to high end designers such as Stella McCartney & Jimmy Choo the visuals are stunning, and there is something for everyone.

Skatepark info/hours:

Monday- Friday 12 noon – 9 pm

Saturday 10am-9pm (basic skate lessons from 10-2)

Sunday 12 pm-6pm (basic skate lessons from 12-2)

Location: The Old Selfridges Hotel / adjacent to the Oxford Street Store  / Entry via Orchard Street   / Nearest Tube: Bond street

 

You can also stalk me here: facebook | twitter | pinterest | bloglovin' | insta-rad

Denim Mania

Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 11.05.08 AM
Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 11.05.16 AM

Love all the denim ideas/looks Revolve has been throwing out there. I’m ready for spring!

 

You can also stalk me here: facebook | twitter | pinterest | bloglovin' | insta-rad

London Calling

IMG_9455
IMG_9411
Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 12.00.56 PM
IMG_9502
Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 12.00.42 PM
IMG_9450
Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 12.00.49 PM
IMG_9405
1
IMG_9429
IMG_9479
Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 12.00.30 PM

 

Store display images via Susie Bubble / Board Images via Selfridges

 

I’m saying it again – Skateboarding is the New Black... And today my awesome friend Calvy Click from Sneaker Report let me know that the worlds of fashion x skateboarding have not just intersected – they have collided.

I recently made a new tee for the GN4LW line tee with that saying and a few people asked me what does that mean?

Fashion has done more than embrace skateboarding in the past couple years – designers, editors, models and stylists have decided that skateboarding is now “cool” and that it’s a great way to make high fashion even more relevant in a youth obsessed, California culture crazed market. More & more we are seeing high fashion magazines like Vogue, Elle and Bazaar using skateboards in their fashion editorials. The first instance of the “skateboard crossover” was when I saw photos in a fashion magazine of model Erin Wassen cruising back and forth on a mini ramp in her backyard. I have gone on to see Kate Moss sporting a Supreme tee, singer Rhianna wearing Vision Street Wear and now Selfridges in London has launched “Board Games” in their London store and online, which celebrates skateboards & surfing x fashion.

Fifty well known fashion designers have designed limited edition boards for the store – Rick Owens, Stella McCartney, Christian Louboutin, Phillip Lim, and more. All at insane prices. Some are more along the lines of art pieces than they are “skateboards”. But visually, they again tie together & reinforce the concept of fashion x skateboarding.

Selfridges has gone as far as opening the HTC ONE skatepark (it’s a “pop up” which means it won’t be there forever) in the old Selfridges hotel space and it will be open to skate on March 27.  It’s free to the public (that’s a huge plus) hoping our UK friends can get us some pics of what the finished park looks like and how it is to skate…

In the mean time, check out the various photos via Sussie Bubble and Selfridges of the grand opening, and the boards for sale.

Love it or hate it, the choice is yours.  xx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can also stalk me here: facebook | twitter | pinterest | bloglovin' | insta-rad