For nine years the exceptional talent of @ianlawson visited our islands. First to simply photograph the unique landscape but the more he visited the more he became at one with the nature of The Hebrides. Once tied to the nature he became at one with the people and stopped taking photographs and began crafting images. A detailed and patient craft not dissimilar to that needed in Harris Tweed weaving. Realising the symbiotic relationship of land and fabric, Ian continued on an odyssey of capturing the colours of The Hebrides, the colours that inspire the world-renowned Harris Tweed. We are forever grateful to this talented man who has helped make Harris Tweed the success that it is today.
For the street style favorite, it all boils down to good taste
His fans call him “Woost God.” Nick Wooster, short for Nickelson, is kind of a legend when it comes to great style. His impressive and wide-ranging list of creative roles include men’s fashion director at Barney’s and Neiman Marcus, design director at Ralph Lauren and trend development officer at JC Penney. Now a self-proclaimed free agent, Nick collaborates with brands like Lardini and frequents men’s fashion week in incredibly-styled outfits that draw the attention of every street style photographer around. He’s known for his perfectly-tailored suits and offbeat accessories like safety pins threaded through shirt buttonholes, not to mention his striking silvery facial hair. See some of Nick’s best looks from Men’s Fashion Week below and shop his closet with our similar picks.