The Fashion Editor of The Gay Times, Darkwah Kyei-Darkwah, opens up his Stephen Williams London leather bag to share his autumn essentials for Phoenix Magazine.
Darkwah, who shot the bag in a main fashion editorial for Gay Times (see below), features my handmade men’s leather holdall stamped with the signature Stephen Williams crest (£695).
“With the increase in the size of my bag, comes an influx of accoutrements I tote around town with me.
My bag of choice is from Stephen Williams. The leather crest holdall is perfect as I’m constantly on the move – whether it’s meetings with PRs, events or just moving through the city at leisure, I’ve got to be prepared for each and every occasion.” – Darkwah.
Darwah Kyei-Darkwah styles the Gay Times magazine’s November main fashion story ‘Sundown Comes’ featuring my signature crest holdall, angel clam print shawl collar blazer, banana leaf print trousers, and navy fishtail trousers!
Shot by @adamkhadaroo
Art Direction & Styling by @hausofdarkwah
Assisted by @pam_boy
Grooming by @krishairstylistsmith
Models: @bailey.kirkham and Rayan Zayeri at @amckmodels
London Lux magazine recently invited me to sit down with its features writer to discuss my industry background, inspiration, and forthcoming AW17 collection.
Attitude Magazine features a pair of Stephen Williams London made-to-measure trousers in its July 2017 issue main fashion editorial.
Luxury five-star country club, spa and hotel Stoke Park features two Stephen Williams London menswear looks in the latest issue of its in-house magazine.
In shot one the suave model wears a bespoke three-piece suit, salmon made-to-measure shirt, tie, and pocket square.
In the second image he wears a bespoke diamond pattern jacket, black trousers, black made-to-measure shirt, and floral print pocket square.
It’s always a pleasure to dress Jason Gale, founder of the London Lifestyle Awards & CEO of the World Lifestyle Awards, as I have done for a number of years.
Ahead of International Men’s Grooming Day 2016 Akashia Hoosein Carswell from London Talent interviewed the businessman and former male model about his grooming and style tips.
When asked about prepping for a high profile event Jason kindly said, ‘I have a couple of very well made great fitting dinner suits made by the excellent Soho-based tailor Stephen Williams, he knows how to dress a guy!’
Head over to londonlifestyleawards.com to read the full interview.
Thank you to Style Consultant Joshua Heath for the great feature in DNA Magazine’s wedding issue!
Joshua offers advice on what grooms (plural) should wear for their big day featuring images of my bespoke suits and a style little tip from yours truly…
“Choose colours which enhance your complexion, and don’t wear anything too bright or gimmicky. You will want to look back at your wedding photos with fond memories and not think what the hell was I wearing!”
Read more of my style tips for grooms here