‘Romantic Gypsy’ is a trend that’s deliciously glazed the runways and high streets this season. And with my folk grunge routes, this style was organically dictioned into my wardrobe. For those looking to adopt and breath in a bohemian air however, layering is the trick of the gypsy carnival trade, exuding comfort and celebrating enrinched colour. Alternatively and on the flip side, I also love folk simplicity in the Summer, letting the countryside and surroundings contribute to the look. An example is this vintage top I’m wearing in the meadow, that to me looks like a textured treasure quest scroll, with a wealth of intricate design and dusty colours. All it needed was some ripped up cycling shorts, red chocolate brogues, and a shreddedcardigan that looks like a surreal bird of fantasy when played with. And for guys looking to embrace the gypsy style whilst retaining a most masculine vibe, I’ve included an editorial which captured my eye. It has a romantic tragedy and fragility to it but with an industrial edge; like metallic ballet or futuristic art. And John Galliano yet again presents a fairground and fairytale on the runway, with men exuding strength and a playful side at the same time.