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
What do you do when it’s too cold in the morning but it then gets warmer during the day? Layers is one of my favourite fashion words. Layer it up, boy. G