How to be a surfer on the street


California, 1970s. Whilst surfers conquered the West Coast and the hippie movement swept steadily across America the mavericks of the sunny cult influenced the fashion scene. One group of surfers, the Z-boys, paved the way for this amazing crossover. From ocean to cement, surfing became a state of mind and gradually, a trend not to be forgotten. Fast forward to today. The surfer is a skater and the beach-inspired tropical prints are a massive statement in menswear. So jump on board and surf your wardrobe with passion with our favourite pieces from this season’s sunny blessed collections that rock. Multicolour cotton camouflage jacket by Valentino , grey cotton T-shirt by Rag & Bone, light blue cotton slim fit jeans by Valentino. – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki. read more

Taylor Tomasi Hill blooms in style


One of our favourite street style influencers nowadays, the red-headed beauty of Taylor Tomasi Hill never ceases to impress. Sporting her fashion instincts on the streets of Paris and New York this veteran fashion editor a has recently been appointed as vice president, creative and fashion director of Dallas-based luxury retailer Forty Five Ten.

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Leendert Blok’s silent, serene beauty of flowers


We are mesmerized by the beauty of flowers. We are captivated by the work of this new compendium of floral photography that was undercover till now. Silent Beauty, published by Hatje Cantz, showcases the captivating botanical works of Dutch-born photographer Leendert Blok (1895–1986) and these portraits of fragile elegance are a revelation. read more