This is Lola.
It is always tough to let summer go. I’m still lamenting the fact the it is officially over. But nothing gets me in the mood for the colder weather like a good snowboarding vid. Burton had some very good timing when they dropped this gem in my inbox earlier this week. Watch Ethan Driss and Zak Hale shred, below:
Kicking off Fall with a bang. go.nike.com/28n960c
Even though I haven’t been shooting as much fashion lately, I didn’t want to completely sit out on this round of NYFW. Last week I popped by GANT’s S/S 2016 presentation. I have a thing for labels that steer clear of using shock in an attempt to create buzz. It seems like NYFW has been becoming more carnival-esqe with each successive season.
I appreciated the lack of theatrics at the GANT presentation. The collections (they showed 3: GANT Originals, Rugger and Diamond G) were equally pleasing. Nothing wacky, no shock factor. Lots of solids and conservative cuts. Totally my jam. Here are some of my favorite looks.
For the first time since his May Day show that closed down the former Jeffery Deitch Gallery on Wooster Street in 2010, Shepard Fairey is opening a solo show in NYC. The exhibition will be held at the Jacob Lewis Gallery. Details below:
September 18, 2015—October 24, 2015
Jacob Lewis Gallery
521 West 26th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10001 Tel: (212) 643-6353
I had a bit of envy last week as I was perusing the pages of Gear Patrol. Envy is not an uncommon reaction when I look at that site because so much of the content is right up my alley, and my friends are the ones creating it. The instance that I’m specifically referring to is when I came across this review of the new Leica Q. My comrade Henry lugged one along with him on a trip that the GP folks did to Wyoming. From the feedback that Henry provided, I’m ready to trade in the Fujifilm X100s and put the dollars towards the Q. Or better yet, maybe someone could just get me one for my birthday 😉 Peep the rest of the images and full review over here.
[Img: Gear Patrol]