jacket: Uniqlo (men’s), 2013 | pants: Armani Exchange, 2014 | boots: All Saints, 2010 | eyewear: Yves Saint Laurent, 2008 | bag: Fendi, 2008 | basket: from Amandari, Bali, 2011
trench coat: Yves St Laurent, 2009 | tuxedo jacket: ABS, 2010 | top (underneath): Geld Iaz, 2008 | pants: Stella McCartney for Adidas, 2009 | boots: Fendi, 2010
drinks and light dinner at Bouchon Bakery and A Voce (Time Warner Center) before "A Night of Comedy with Jerry Seinfeld & Friends" (also featuring Jon Stewart and Colin Quinn) for the Baby Buggy 10th Anniversary at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center.
dress: Geld Iaz, 2003 | boots: Fendi, 2010
yah so, if by some chance you’ve read PX This and you happen to remember— this is the very same dress that Graziano de Boni and Caroline Fabre Bazin inquired about, during Paris Fashion Week, the same one i later sent to Caroline, except in a smoky grayish blue.
yup. just thought i’d revel in that again.
drinks at The Standard.
top: Geld Iaz, 2004 | pants: Geld Iaz, 2003 | handbag: Fendi, 2007
i’d actually brought and worn these pieces on my trip to the Aeolian Islands but i realized later that maybe, although the top was fine, the pants may have been something of an aesthetic faux pas. it’s been brought to my attention that animal prints (or anything else animal-y, like meat for example) could be considered by some maritime purists as a bit of a murky sea/land creature dichotomy. (i’m not exactly sure how people in the sea fit into this equation, but whatever.)
something for you to keep in mind while you’re packing for your next world cruise aboard the Queen Elizabeth. i’m just sayin.