As spotted by us at London Men's Collections... lot's of black in varied fabrics - a key 'fashion pack' style. There were smarter looks too, with navy becoming much more important again along with classic camel, updated in modern shapes. We love the wool biker with contrast leather sleeves. Mixing textures is a key story.
Clockwise, from L-R: -Artwork spotted around Sunset Junction by Tiphanie Brooke -Entertainers performing outside the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena -The retail space in The Grove shopping centre where our first LA store is set to open in February 2013 -A view of Venice beach post-breakfast at Shutters on the Beach -The neon sign for the famous Chateau Marmont hotel on Sunset Boulevard -A roadside lot with piles of movie props and memorabilia -Huge stone golems guarding the entrance to Maxfield, a conceptual high end boutique on Melrose Avenue -A pile of brightly coloured giant animal costumes at the Rose Bowl flea market in Pasadena -Canter's Deli, a famous Jewish-style 24 hour delicatessen that first opened in the 1930s
Recently returned from our Buying and Design research trip to NY City we thought we'd share with you some photographic highlights including; the Ghostbusters Fire station, a treasure trove of vintage at Smogersburg Market in Brooklyn and a multitude of street art. We also couldn't resist including one of many excellent NY dog spots!
A couple of weeks ago, Topman and Topshop took over Camden's Roundhouse for our annual shindig. With George Lamb on hosting duties and hitting the decks (still suited and booted I might add) once the party got started, we knew we were in for an epic night!
Mr Lamb was then followed up by the one and only Zane Lowe - Shamazing as Nicole Scherzinger would say!
After a night of free drinks and delicious appetizers there were a few sore heads in the office the next morning! Check out a few images below of our very own Head Office partygoers: