Time to Ton-Up!

1. ton-up
To break the 100 miles per hour barrier, preferably on a motorcycle.

"I was doing ton on the way over here"

Even though the sun is starting to bear down on the city streets don't put away that biker jacket just yet. It may seem like the heavy leathers and tall boots have fallen out of favor due to the steamy summer months, but you just can't ignore the classic cool of the Rocker.

The look, proving both necessary and practical, consists of: leather jacket, tall boots or creepers, denim, caps and scarfs. I know a lot of that sounds silly with the temperature rising but you can still pull off the look with the basics.

Remember, its not what you wear but how you wear it. I think what appeals about the cafe racer or ton-up boy look is in its simplicity. White tee with dark denim cuffed up above the boots. Toss on a black jean or leather jacket when you roll out at night, or even toss on a light white or cream scarf to add a bit of flair. Take for example a gent that rolls in to my work every so often; if you wanna go for the more Brit approach: Davida helmet, Halcyon goggles, Wilson's leather jacket, flat cap, cotton button up, slim tie, houndstooth vest and slate Levis.



Hello LNO lovers!

We are seeking the following:

    one with a stylish eye who isn't afraid to ask the fashionable for their photos, can deliver the photos into our inbox the following morning, and is interested in attending exciting parties and events with a press pass.
    we have been in the process of expanding our content outside of our 'FASHION PLATE' segments to editorials on trend forecasts and appropriate attire for featured events.
    one interested in interviewing bands, djs, and artists at their performances with fashion related questions. must be outgoing, professional, fun.
If you are interested in contributing to LAST NIGHT'S OUTFIT, please send samples to info@tiffefermaint.com



What an amazing show. There's so much to love about YELLE: her adorable persona, fun fashion sense and her catchy french electro sound. The show was sold out and an 18+ event. I really do love covering 18+ shows, the younger crowd always gets dressed up and are so much more expressive with their style. 

Opening for YELLE was French Horn Rebellion. This band has been getting a lot of attention the past year. Their synths and drums had the whole place dancing. We caught up with David Perlick-Molinari of French Horn Rebellion to see what he was wearing.

When YELLE came out of the green room, she was wearing some sort of hunter's garment. Nik told me the correct term for it.. but it escapes me. Following closely behind her, two males dressed as if they were on their way to jump into a jeep and cross the African desert. They made their way to the stage, got settled on drums and synth and YELLE sang her first song. 

(This video has tons of Brian Lichtenburg!) 

(YELLE's Ghillie suit)

Shortly after, YELLE removed the camouflage and really got to business. She wore the ruffled hoodie from her Safari Disco Club music video.

TREND SPOTTING : the rise of circa-1995-apache-junction-trailer-southwestern influence.


Dear á la mode Allies, 

We have photos from the Lady Gaga After party just aching to be posted and we apologize immensely for the delay. Nik and I recently moved into a new loft + I've been working non-stop on Daft Punk'd's new jackets for tour, things have been a bit hectic. But a huge update is happening this week.We are in the midst of expanding with even more fashionable club photographers to cover more events.

Also a big thank you to the New Times who wrote a story on LNO today!

Get your wardrobe ready. This weekend is going to be a busy one!