Back in Bermuda, and yes, many assume I live here now , and I’m not mad about it. This time I’m visiting the beautiful island for the 35th Annual America’s Cup presented by Louis Vuitton.
This is my second time at the America’s cup, third time in Bermuda (this year, I’m basically Bermudian.) We got to watch the semi-finals boat-side where New Zealand soared, and eventually won the title this past weekend. For the occasion I wore some of my favorite pieces from the Louis Vuitton’s America’s Cup collection.
The first night we arrived we had an opening dinner at the government house where we wined and dined along side the CEO of LV, Michael Burke, and some bermudian’s politicians.
I called the Princess Hamilton my home for the weekend, one of my favorite hotels I’ve ever stayed at, which also has a really good restaurant called Marcus.
In between the races we hit the beautiful beaches, particularly The Hamilton’s beach which is a short 10 minute ride from the hotel.
Sorry for the delayed response AKA post (AKA story of my life). Or perhaps this is a #ThrowbackThursday? Whatever the case is I wanted to share with you guys a few photos from my journey to Tel-Aviv Fashion Week from a few weeks ago. I went back to the homeland and brought a few friends (and made a few too) on the way. For the occasion I wore a Louis Vuitton polo from their new SS ’17 collection (yes those are giraffe on my polo, and they are friendly AF). I paired my polo with classic cotton chinos, since ’tis the season, and a few accessories to complete the look like these subtle graphic Valentino sneakers.
Leave it to Mr. Porter to throw the ultimate block party during NYFW:M. The event took place in the heart of Soho right over on Crosby street. The party included storefronts such as Fellow Barber, Miansai, Saturday’s NYC and Jean Shop. The menu consisted of tacos, from my personal favorite taco place, Tacombi and ice cream treats from Morgenstern’s. It was the perfect place to recharge and refuel in between the shows too.