The week’s barely started, and already you’re looking at a full schedule of pitch meetings, live music and [REDACTED].
Or maybe not. But at the very least, you always want to be ready for some [REDACTED]...
Here, let The Kooples help—it’s a new Parisian house of classic Euro clothes with some edge, now open on Robertson.
Behold, your made-up calendar... improved:
Tonight: cocktail pitch at Soho House.
Someone wants to discuss bringing Jack White’s Lazaretto to Broadway. Oh boy. First stop: this Robertson corner cube that’s all black marble on the outside, gleaming white marble inside. Leave with a Savile Row–tailored mohair blazer, and you’re good.
Tuesday: date night.
Your Zinc Cafe rendezvous is meant to be casual. A bright collarless polo should do it. Collars so often send the wrong message.
Wednesday: dawn patrol.
You’ve got pre-sunrise surfing on the mind. A military-style pullover sweater will help fend off the sub-72-degree Malibu morning.
Thursday: time to hit No Vacancy.
The Bayonets are playing, so that requires something... Bayonet-y. Like sharp-toed London leather boots and a fitted flannel. Or waxy red jeans with tiny skulls where the pocket studs should be.
Friday night: [REDACTED].
Well, you made it. And no one’s saying your weekend necessitates an S&M halter...
But no one’s not saying that either.