Friday nights captured by photographer Michaela Peker in London’s new private member’s club, Library – showcasing the new monochrome Calvin Klein bold watch. Fashion by Ada + Nik, shoes featured are the limited edition Nike by Fragment Japan collaboration.
On the set of the Carpe Noctem editorial for FTAPE, shot by Joseph Sinclair – we had some ad hoc fun heroing my new MCM leather and gold back pack. The rest of the outfit is Ada + Nik SS15 – leather and sneakernet fused shorts and airtex luxe tank top. The Jeep is also mine and made a fair few cameos in the FTAPE editorial.
Daily Mail caption: “Who wears short shorts?. They’re Alexander McQueen tiger print silk boxer shorts, actually.
Boots: McQueen, Shorts: McQueen, Mesh Panel T-Shirt and Jacket: Ada + Nik SS14
Venue: The Library for ELLE Editor Lorraine Candy’s 10 Year Anniversary at the helm of the publication
Following a morning shoot with i-D magazine for All Walks Beyond The Catwalk, I spent the afternoon with photographer Fiona Garden and artist Ben Ashton where we created a set of portraits with the ambition to turn them into a singular oil paint canvas. Fiona and Ben are both visionary geniuses and it was both an honour and pleasure partnering with them on this. Fiona has also shot the new Ada + Nik: Carpe Noctem images for SS15 which are set to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
Last week I wore a 1994 Jean Paul Gaultier tartan, navy and black kilt to the opening of ‘The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk’ Barbican exhibition. It was photographed, but none of the event images truly did it justice. Working with my brother has become somewhat of a habit, we filmed The Dark Wolf together, worked on a film for Maharishi and are teaming up for some upcoming rather major projects. I wanted to shoot with the 1994 archive piece before it had to return to Paris, in honour of Gaultier – one of the most generous men in fashion and truly do it justice. So here’s what we created – art direction by Nikita Andrianova and Jake Whitelocke, with photography by Oz Thakkar.