For a second week, all of our Street Detail subjects hail from New Zealand. Hail Kiwis!
HOME BASE: Auckland
HAT: Christophe Coppens
NECKLACE: Ann Demeulemeester
PANTS: Ann Demeulemeester
RINGS: Calvin Klein Collection
How does New Zealand's style differ from other cities? It's much more chilled. It reflects the lifestyle here.
Favorite thing about living in New Zealand? The weather.
Least favorite thing about living in New Zealand? Flip-flops.
Biggest misconception about New Zealand? I actually have no idea.
What are your favorite places to buy sneakers? Zambesi.
Best clothing store? And what brands do they carry? Zambesi: Zambesi, Nomd, Raf Simmons, Margiela, Rick Owens, Costume National, AF VANDEVORS, LD TUTTLE.
Favorite hangout spot? Vulcan Lane.
Best place to take a date? The Rose Garden in Parnell.
Favorite place to visit? Art galleries.
Finish this sentence, I never leave the house without... a hat.
Describe New Zealand in one sentence. A good travel destination.
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Who inspires your style? Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens, Daphne Guinness, and Zambesi.
What city has the best style? London.
Who has wack style? Anna Piaggi.
What trend do you want to see die? Harem pants.
Last clothing item you purchased? Margiela knitted cape.
Favorite website? Lookbook.nu.
Favorite brand? Rick Owens.
What do chicks dig about your style? I don't think they understand my style.
Most common statement people make about your style? "You look cool."
What do you see as the next big trend? Sculpted 3-D shapes in tailoring—new silhouettes and proportions.
Dream date? I've found my other half already.
Last book read? The Bolter, by Frances Osborne.
Trend-proof style advice? Don't follow the trend and be a trendsetter yourself.
Photo by Olivia Hemus
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