Street style "fashiontographer" and Jak and Jil blogger, takes his creative eye to the next level by collaborating with Club Monaco. Tommy's precise eye for anything that screams fashion and Club Monaco's flawless aesthetic makes this collaboration superb! These limited edition bags were featured on attendees during NYFW in a subtle manner --making them even more appealing. The women's messenger and men's backpack retail for $198-$225 (WWD.com), but will not be for sale until March 19th. The bags will be available in select locations including the 20th Street Club Monaco store in NYC and exclusively through Tommy Ton.
As famed blogger Tavi Gevinson prepares for her appearance at L2’s Generation Next forum to converse on Generation Y, or as she describes ‘Gen Y-ish’, today, attendees will arrange to squeeze into their economically tight wallets; paying the $500-1000 ticket prices to scrutinize what color the controversial blogger will dye her hair next. Figuring that she may host a lack of credibility, industry professionals -possibly Anne Slowey - who have taken note on the existing drastic changes within fashion will be in attendance aligning her public speaking to her carefully composed, yet vastly anticipated blog post which no one predicted a grade school fashion-obsessed girl would do; with the exception of Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte.
Tuesday, Tommy Ton of Jak and Jill tweeted something that raised quite a few curious eyebrows:
"I received some news tonight that is going to SHAKE the fashion world in the next two days. CRAZY!!!!"
Now, if one were as smart and saavy as we are, they'd note that Tommy Ton has a weird and twisted tie to the Vogue Paris team (via streetstyle encounters). And, with Carine's public scandal with Balanciaga - after being blacklisted from the Fall 2010 show - people are beginning to put the pieces of the puzzle together.
Granted, one may flock home to review the latest flicks from famed streetstyle photographers moreso to see if you were photographed - in the likes of Jak & Jil, Streetpeeper and the Satorialist - yet, when the fashion week events are all said and done, and there's no one to pose for on the streets of New York, Milan and Paris, where is one to turn?