Colorplay

Written By bryanboy

My beloved Jason Wu python bag made it on the home page of American Vogue’s website, Vogue.com (or http://www.americanvogue.com for those of you outside the USA). Wore it with a cashmere cardigan from Uniqlo, some beaded bracelets I picked up from a recent trip to South Africa earlier this month (Thakoon took a pic of them when I visited his studio later that day) and the printed shorts were custom-made in India (I bought the fabric from a local market). Yay!

Bryanboy's Jason Wu bag featured at Vogue.com

4 Comments

  1. Knowingly London is considered fashionable capital. There trends are set, and on streets continuous dandies go. In September, 2012 one more educational institution for experts of the feshn-world there will open.
    Conde Nast International School of Fashion and Design declares a set in 300 students. They can pass 10-week intensive courses of improvement of qualification. Then before experts the big possibilities will open: they will pass year training in British Vogue. Nicolas Koleridzh (Nicholas Coleridge) has responded about the initiative of publishing house Conde Nast so: “Young and talented experts will receive at our school the good knowledge base based on the big successful experience, which at us behind shoulders”.

  2. You and I are both into African jewelry Bryanboy! Buying it in Africa is so much better than buying it stateside where the mark-up is like 1000%. I got mine during a safari through Kenya.

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