LIFE magazine has just published some previously unseen photos of Michael Caine in his younger days. Most of them are him relaxing with “an unidentified lady” who is always stunning. The accompanying article is a very nice piece of writing, a potted description of Caine’s life almost. But it’s his style that I noticed. It’s not just in his various films that he looks a million dollars, off the camera he’s equally suave: see the high v-neck and jacket combination, or the endless simple shirt and chino ensembles that are so effortless. The article mentions that Caine always exuded an air of “effortlessness” which was a huge part of what made him quite so attractive.
Minimalism done well.
The third collage. All photos by Tommy Ton as before.
Blurring the lines between sportswear and formal very cleverly.
Colours burst forth from a Kenzo jumper through cigarette smoke.
Patterns and colours swirl in this dazzling ensemble: the masculine nature of the tie contrasts fantastically well with the shocking pink clutch.
A woman checks to see if she is looking as good as the lady on her dress.
Capucine Safyurtlu stacks her arm with charming bracelets.
The Iconic כc of Chanel stands out a mile away, especially when it’s golden.
A Style Blogger draws the attention of her peers with everything that hangs off her shoulder.
Beautiful ornate patterns shimmer in the light.
A lonely cigarette observes everything that passes by from its vantage point.
A girl pulls her sleeves down and looks innocent till you notice the expensive tote.
Edie Campbell takes a drag on a cigarette.
A hand weighed down by bracelets uploads a picture of them to Instagram.
A Vuitton blanket makes for the warmest and most chic neckwear for the Spring shows.
All photos by Parker Fitzgerald. A fantastic photographer who often works for Kinfolk magazine and does brilliant shoots with friends. Take a look at the blog: http://blog.parkerfitzgerald.com/