Who said there’s no dope streetstyle fashion scene in Tenerife? Me. Jokes aside, I find myself exploring my skater-SUPREME-lover side since I moved here a lot more. You know, Celine and total black won’t have the same effect here as it used to have in LDN (as in – I might melt to death).
Living in Tenerife means you get to explore and experience the good and the bad, the premium hippie/surfing vibes as well as the tacky constructed areas. Again, living in Tenerife helps you appreciating both aspects of life, allowing untrained eyes to find beauty in every little thing. A few weeks ago I had one…
Layers are not very practical here in Tenerife; normally, if I manage to keep a t-shirt and a jacket on without calling firefighters for more than a couple of hours I can consider myself lucky. If you’ve followed my instagram during my years in London, you might know I’m all about that layered texture. HOWEVER – winter…
The story of a boy that was about to turn 28 and wears the same outfit of his teenage years. Ah, fashion cycles.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, a Spanish pearl surrounded by palms and rocks. Got a new cap on, and a mid Feb breeze all around.
It was windy, cold and I could smell Christmas all around me. I was wearing my new Guido Maggi boots and the warmest mohair jumper paired up with Acne skinnies. So far so good. Gianni
“And so I wake in the morning And I step outside And I take a deep breath and I get real high And I scream from the top of my lungs What’s going on?”
Oops, I did it again. I can’t help it, summer is synonymous with double denim and big sunglasses. New denim shirt from UNIQLO and leather slipons – so good. Gianni
A heavy (physically speaking) leather piece contrasting with a light and delicate spring breeze. Margiela, you’re still my favourite. Gianni
Celebrate, glorify and welcome the pink-shaded season. I couldn’t be more ready and excited. Gianni