Finsk Ambassador

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Finsk Ambassador

Say hello to the latest addition to my (slowly but surely) growing shoe collection.

Bryanboy's Finsk shoes

The fabulous gals over at Finsk shoes sent me a custom-made, size 41 European, pair, this time in python-embossed leather. Julia Lundsten’s ferociously fierce shoes are shamelessly copied but nothing beats the original.

Bryanboy's Finsk shoes

I can’t wait to wear these on my next travels. I’ve worn my ponyskin Finsk shoes to death. It’s time to put them to retirement.

Many, many thanks to Dannell and Julia!

Finsk shoes are available at Farfetch.

Now or Never

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Now or Never

Are you debt-ridden yet? There are some killer deals over at SSENSE. This ultra cool Canadian store is having a MAJOR sitewide 30% off sale. They have brands from Lanvin and Margiela, Comme Des Garcons and Opening Ceremony, Rick Owens and Elizabeth and James to Helmut Lang and Christopher Kane.

SSENSE Promo Code

When checking out, be sure to enter the promo code NOWORNEVER to receive a 30% discount.

Click HERE to shop.

photo via ssense

Buckle Up

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Buckle Up

As soon as you settle into your seat, a flight attendant makes you choose between sparkling wine or orange juice. You take a sip here, you take a sip there, you take off your shoes, you look at the window and stare. This scene is all too familiar to me:

Delta Airlines Business Class

Delta Airlines Business Class

Delta Airlines Business Class

This week has been cray cray for me. I've been dealing with far too many contractual offers and legalese. Big words such as representation, management, multi-media development, direct-to-retail, co-branding, rebranding, brand identity, cookie-cutter, remuneration, etc.

I've had my blog for over six years… six not-so-easy years of building something from scratch. My site is my baby and it's obvious that I want to push it (and myself, of course)  to another level but I don't want to lose control. It's like giving up my child and sending him to "boarding school" in exchange for something.

It's not easy, no, but sometimes, the only option left is to buckle up and let others do their job in order for you and me to takeoff…

Enough about me. What about you?

Where do you want life to take you tomorrow?