My obsession with fashion, as I know it, started with glossy pages, and if I had my way I would be sleeping on the magazine collection I once owned. No joke. Before there were e-magazines, online editorial destination or digital versions of our monthly fashion obsessions I had subscriptions to Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, W magazine, Vogue, UK Vogue, UK Elle for almost ten years. A little over 800 hundred magazines, could of made a good base for bed, but having my magazines be 800 hundred reasons for some sleepless nights I just couldn’t do.
The printed blazer and jacket trend women have been wearing just isn’t going anywhere, and the trend is being shared by the gentlemen walking besides us. It’s the modern way to update the spring wardrobe of those men who are comfortable enough with their own sense of style to know that printed outerwear isn’t just for the ladies.
For years, men have been giving women grief for our obsession with handbags, purses and clutches we collect. Why do we need so many? What are we always carrying them? How come our handbags are so heavy? All those questions asked of us for decades, now lookie here, the men are carrying some extra baggage and they don’t have wheels.
Since Charlie’s Angels have retired, poor Charlie has M.I.A, but I think he’s resurfaced in a place I’d least expect him to; helping those men in fashion need at the Style Clinic on Mr.Porter.com. Actually the voices belongs to Michael Griffiths, a voice actor who makes this new web series filmed by Ikenna Mokwe sound so smooth and sexy you just want to partake in some of the drinking sessions you see on Mad Men while watching.