Spring is upon us

My favourite season is upon us, the light breeze and the crisp sun grace London’s skies, so I decided to step out for coffee and a stroll through the colourful streets of Notting Hill with my camera last weekend. The neighbourhood is known for its chic hipsters and vintage “bric-a-bracs”, so what better to complete […]

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My favourite season is upon us, the light breeze and the crisp sun grace London’s skies, so I decided to step out for coffee and a stroll through the colourful streets of Notting Hill with my camera last weekend.  The neighbourhood is known for its chic hipsters and vintage “bric-a-bracs”, so what better to complete my dapper outfit but a pair of John Varvatos spring summer frames.

I truly respect John Varvatos,  is a brand known for its vintage looks and old world craftsmanship, a brand designed for a man who appreciates detail and recognizes the importance of the past in order to move forward- fashion-wise. Every collection is deeply rooted in rock and roll and the eclectic style of its iconic artists.

As for this pair of sunglasses,  they gave me a sense of belonging in a time where old mixes with modern like coffee and milk. Discover more John Varvatos pairs HERE 

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Suit: Hardy Amies, Coat: Pal Zileri, Boots: Sandro, Tie and Shirt: Dsquared2, Sunglasses: John Varvatos, Camera: OlympusPen

Photos: Jake Armstrong