Pics via Style.com, GQ & Highsnobiety.
Last week I spent some days in Copenhagen and found this great store called Wardrobe 19, situated close to the Copenhagen University on Larsbjørnsstræde 19.
The store's inventory consists of old furniture pieces, given new functions with references to Surrealists such as Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte.
Wardrobe 19 is not only redefining classic menswear, but also old furniture and knick knack expressed throughout the inventory. This adds new functions for old pipes, turning them into hooks, walking sticks as racks, and chairs hanging on the walls as if the seats were shelves.
Wardrobe 19 has a nice selection of brands like NN07, Filson, Wolverine, Han Kjøbenhavn, Armor Lux and many more.
(Unfortunately I didn't brought my camera so I lent some pics from the net)
In the summer of 1967, a group of American astronauts visited Iceland to study the islands’ geology under the guidance of Icelandic and American geologists.
One of the young men who set foot on Iceland on July 5 in 1967 was Neil Armstrong.
In 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. When asked how he felt that day, he replied “very, very small”. Eleven men followed in his footsteps. Nine of the twelve men who set foot on the moon from 1969 to 1972 had traveled to Iceland to train for their missions.
For me the pictures give are a great inspiration of how workwear and outdoor wear come together.
Bye Bye Florence see you next year!
If you check the pictures of Pitti Uomo 86, menswear SS2015 will give us a lot of 3 piece suits or combos in blue and sand tones. Prints like flowers, checks and dots in pants, blazers and shirts and of course our good old denims.