During Fashion Week Tokyo 2011 I was very happy that a shirt I designed in collaboration with Japanese fashion brand Orihica went on sale!!
I have always loved fashion, not for fashion’s sake (I’m not a label fanatic) but I figure if we must wear clothes then why not wear what makes us look & feel good. I have a simple dress sense for myself – simple black with a unique point. I was able to bring that out in this shirt I have designed.
The Guy Perryman shirt can be worn as a formal shirt or a light jacket. It has a mobile device sized breast pocket for people on the move who want to communicate or listen to music. It has 2 side pockets, because I always have to carry bits & pieces but dislike humping a bag around – ideal for cyclists like me!! The fabric is crisp black cotton, buttons are black pearl & the cuffs & collar have a hidden sporty detail inspired by a British racing winners flag. And I’m very happy that this shirt is 100% Japan Made – so the quality is superb.
I love this shirt & hope you will too!!
The Guy Perryman shirt is available at select Orihica stores including Gotanda, Kichijoji, Futako Tamagawa & on line.
Have a look in detail & purchase on line here www.orihica.com
Best Gear magazine page.
Archive for November, 2011
I met up with Tokyo based photographers Kit Nagamura & Joji Shimamoto at the Tobin Ohashi Gallery in Nihinbashi where their exhibition Tokyo Stories is running through until 2011.12.22. It was inspiring to discover more about the Tokyo I love!!
Click on the play button below & listen to a couple of quick Tokyo Stories..
Here’s the website www.tobinohashi.com
Kit Nagamura & Joji Shimamoto
Click here for Tokyo Stories..
It was a pleasure to catch up with Mark Ferris of the Tyler Foundation discussing the new CD Shine On! Mark & his wife Kim lost their young son Tyler to a rare form of leukemia a few years ago in Tokyo & that event inspired them to start the Tyler Foundation to assist kids with cancer in Japan & their families. The CD Shine On! features all new original music from major artists including Julian Lennon, Maxi Priest, Monday Michiru & a piece written by Sir Tim Rice!! Proceeds from sales of the CD go directly to the Tyler Foundation.
Click on the play button below for my chat with Mark..
More info & purchase the CD here www.shineonsongs.org
With Mark Ferris & Kimberly Forsythe.
Click here for more about Shine On!..
This Friday November 4 I’ll DJ at a special reception at the Dyson Lab Ginza pop-up store & you are invited!!
Dyson is the cutting edge British homewear design company founded by Sir James Dyson in 1992. Dyson has become famous for it’s futuristic bladeless fans & high-tech vacuum cleaners. James Dyson has a special interest in Japan, and built a vacuum specifically for Japanese homes, and has won design awards here.
Come by & say hi as I spin 6-8pm. I’m designing a cutting edge electro set of music for the cutting edge electronics design company!!
Free drinks will be served – so kick your weekend off in style!!
Dyson Lab Ginza pop-up store map & details here www.dyson.co.jp