^ In a Givenchy-esque ensemble of black and blue, which is surely one of the best colour combos ever. It seems customisation with safety-pins has come a long way from attaching tattered punk band patches to backpacks (see blogger Augustine Wong’s gold pin-covered bow-tie that I lauded a while back). According to the blog, the tee has been DIY-ed and Pelayo sells them to those who have a hankering.
^ Sporting the signature look of shorts and Docs. Shirt, tie and shorts are by NY-based Davidelfin, who Pelayo raves about on Kate Loves Me. Not that difficult to see why – detailed basics in mint green. Want.
Note: This is cut short somewhat since work and packing have usurped an inordinate amount of time. Do check back soon for what’s bound to be somewhat sketchy but hopefully somewhat interesting LFW menswear coverage…
Images from Kate Loves Me
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thank you cillian,love your blog! :)and i much appreciate the linkage!
There is something serious cool about his hair style!
loving his style!
Ha that's mad! I just blogged about the fabulous safety pin t-shirt but I'd no idea who he was. Thanks! That safety pin bowtie is great too, should ad it to my post!
Crazy hair on the last pic. Very Rock and Roll.
really love the grey/white pants in the second to last pic. it's an interesting style you dont see on many pants.. ever. i really dig it
i know pelayo really well and he is one of the most stylish guys i know. and he is utterly charming : ) i have just ordered one of the safty-pin tee's from him…its incredible
A friend and I met Pelayo at one of Richard Mortimer's Ponystep nights and he has to be one of the rudest people we've ever encountered. Really shallow and self-absorbed and the type of person who would ride someone's coat-tails as far as he could and then drop them.