Photos of the Day: Sailors in the Wake

As a little follow up to my “Men’s Nautical Winter” style blog, I couldn’t leave readers with the impression that women were not also in on this Wave. Nautical is always a little vintage with a lot of cool, you can wear new or original pieces, go international or native – while always looking worldly. Check out these Sailors from around the world! Russia by БРАТСТВО United Kingdom more at Boston By comicstriptease Wisconsin By Ms Midnight Maniac Spain By Marta Quílez

Photos of the day: Preppy Chic

When I was in high school it was never cool to be preppy, but “preppy” has taken on a whole new meaning over the years and become a really diverse and even retroesque style in itself. From button down chiffon to knitted grandpa cardigans, a whole new era of style, previously shunned by the hip, can now belong to us all. Chiffon and Water: Russia By Melnik Lena Daily dose: Toronto By pamlau São Paulo Prep by Lilian Larrañaga Freya Mavor: London by

Punk Rock Japan

I’ve never think of Japan when I think of punk rock and denim, but here it is! A new trend in Tokyo seems to be a bit of Americana. Maybe not as much as in the 80s when a pair of Levis 501’s would go for hundreds (as a kid I thought I’d make a living selling denim to Japan) on any given day or when one of the “coolest” things ever were tees and sweatshirts with Micky or Minnie Mouse on them. This might be a step in the right direction though, price and taste wise, not that I don’t…

Photos of the day: Street Punk Finds a Higher Street

I was punk all through highschool, starting with my love for the music and my crush on a 21 year old punk friend of my borthers. I had a mohawk from age 15 to 18, green or red hair, a nose ring, a leather jacket with spikes, steel toed boots, cat eye makeup and dark sunglasses on all the time, – but I didn’t have any punk friends, I didn’t shop at Hot Topic, and I made most of my clothes myself from whatever I could find. My favorite thing to do was take old oversize tees and cut them…