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Just make sure you look for shirts with a curved hem that is long enough to be tucked in – we don't want you looking sloppy. Step out of your comfort zone by pairing your check shirt with a deconstructed, textured or heavyweight jacket – these aren't as formal as a structured blazer and...

xxxx Adoro o lookbook Outono/Inverno 2011 de Peter Jensen com Tenesse Thomas e Diva Dompe, fotografado em LA por Autumn de Wilde e styling de Shirley Kurata. Imagens inspiradoras na veia da nouvelle vague dos filmes franceses ou não fosse ele inspirado no filme de Jean-Luc Godard Une...

The nicest 'fine red puppy tooth check' shirt we've seen in a while, this offering from Natural Selection features a single button patch pocket, chambray lined collar and cuff inserts as well as hidden lower buttons. 100% cotton, grab it over at Coggles. More looks after the click. Related...

GENTLEMAN 2012 Summer Short-Sleeved Chambray & Check Shirt Summer of 2012 has already been an excellent season for both chambray, and check-pattern styles of shirts. Japanese label MR.GENTLEMAN is taking the best of both of those worlds and blending them into a single lightweight piece: the...

I recently went to the opening of "Muses", Peter Jensen's new exhibit at the Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen. Consider me a fan; I love his sense of quirkiness and cheekiness. His whimsical pieces always reflect an element of fun. Some of the highlights from his ten-year retrospective...

11/18/11 - To coincide with the tenth anniversary of London brand Peter Jensen, the Victoria & Albert Museum celebrate today with a retrospective exhibition and show of the Danish designer's work, as part of 'Fashion in Motion'... PETER JENSEN Fashion in...

on July 13th, 2011 We're still not over resort season here at FFB! Peter Jensen Resort 2012 may be one of the most unusual from the past Resort season, and also one of my favorites. The collection emphasizes classic silhouettes, yet the aesthetic seems to reach a little farther than...

During London Fashion Week a particular show caught my eye, that of Peter Jensen whose models – thanks to their striking sculptural jewellery – became human artworks among the rooms of the Institute of Contemporary Art. A closer look revealed their earrings to be miniature mobiles, akin to...

Today, I also saw Peter Jensen, whose show featured more brilliant prints, including one of a landscape inspired by Nina Simone's time in Switzerland; Topshop, which was quite literally Egyptian inspired—and not necessarily in a good way (although I did sit across from Naomi Campbell and Sir...

Injecting a fun and quirky twist into menswear, the Peter Jensen's SS14 lookbook is inspired by the iconic style of Andy Warhol. The male model is styled to resemble the influential American artist, favouring pea coats, jeans, corduroys and blazers. Throwing together his men's SS14 and...