Orlebar Brown’s new do

By Henry Ng.  Orlebar Brown’s philosophy reads “styles that take you from morning to evening, holiday to home, sunglounger to sundowner”. When the OB team brought their collection to Sydney recently for a showing, it was easy to see how that philosophy has translated successfully throughout the versatile products. Launched in 2007, photographer-turned-designer Adam Brown […]

Budd shirt makers of London

By Leo Parker. Style, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder but, every now and then you come across bastions of sartorial superiority and elegance which make it impossible not to be impressed. Budd Shirtmakers of Piccadilly Arcade, London, are one such example of this and they have been responsible for crafting […]

DJs food events

By Holly Thomas.  Tucked away in the basement dwellings of department store David Jones lays David Jones’ spectacular food hall. With wall to wall fresh delis selling everything from chocolate coated strawberries to succulent pieces of meat and an amazing pantry section full of jarred goods, it seemed only fitting to host various talk and […]

Ted Baker’s SS13 Finishing School

There’s no lying that Ted Baker doesn’t do things by the book. From their designs, prints, fits and styles, the Ted Baker name is synonymous internationally with something different to the run-of-the-mill men’s and women’s clothing options we see in the mainstream. Taking a global perspective on a niche market, the Ted Baker spring-summer 13-14 […]

British menswear with a twist: Georgina Hunt

You’ve just finished your studies at London’s Middlesex University. What drove you to the end? I had the image of my clothes walking down the catwalk stuck in my head the whole time but the people around me, the stress, the long hours, the over thinking, the late night trips to the chippy and long […]