If there are lessons I have learnt from working in Fashion over the last 25 plus years they are that nothing is entirely original and that you should never throw anything away.
When I was a lot younger than I am now my penchant for expensive wristwatches was not as finely honed as it is today but my horological thirst still needed to be quenched.
I remember my last (non Rolex) purchase vividly.
I paid $700.00, which was a real stretch at the time, for an Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark 3.
This was a watch I wore every day for nearly 4 years before using it as a trade on my first Seamaster GMT.
I wish I had held on to it now for both emotional and fiscal reasons.
For many of us, what we wear day-to-day is becoming more relaxed - and if you’ve traditionally been a steady dress shirt wearer, this can pose something of a challenge. At Crane Brothers we’re often asked what are some key pieces to consider building a contemporary wardrobe around, especially with this new paradigm in mind...
John Rykenberg ran a store front and photography studio of Auckland photographers from the late 1950s through until the late 1970s. During that time the studio captured Auckland's daily life and produced a particularly interesting Queen Street series in the 1960s - it probably comes as no surprise thatthere are road works visible in some of...
The Dambusters were legendary for their wartime heroics and a constant source of inspiration for me as a child, raised on a diet of Commando Comics & Airfix Models.