Tuesday, February 21, 2017



Keanan Duffty is the  British fashion designer, author and musician behind Slinky Vagabond. Now based in New York, Duffty graduated from London’s Central Saint Martin’s School Of Art with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, First Class, in women’s and men’s fashion design and textile design. Duffty is a member of the Council Of Fashion Designers Of America (CFDA) and serves on the advisory board of the New York City Aids Fund.
Across the years he has worked as a guest designer with many high profile brands as well as a consultant with Kellwood, Lanier and Oxford Industries. In 2009, Duffty wrote ‘Rebel Rebel-Anti Style’ which explores how “anti-fashion” icons, including David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Sex Pistols, and Gwen Stefani, have inspired fashion.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

80s shoulder pads (courtesy of Jean Paul Gaultier) and 80s hair).

I am guessing this was in late 1986 or 1987...either way, it's all 80s shoulder pads (courtesy of Jean Paul Gaultier) and 80s hair. 

Friday, December 23, 2016

Keanan Duffty, Glen Matlock to Speak on Fashion, Music at Polimoda School


December 23, 2016 by Jean Palmieri WWD

The Polimoda fashion school in Florence will host a lecture on the intersection of fashion and music during the Pitti Uomo show in January.

Sex Pistols founder Glen Matlock will join Council of Fashion Designers of America member Keanan Duffty for a guest lecture entitled The Saturday Boys on Jan. 11 at 5:30 p.m. The presentation will open the Polimoda Rendez-Vous series for 2017.

Duffty said he was invited to give a keynote lecture by Polimoda’s dean, Danilo Venturi and asked Matlock to join him since 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the Sex Pistols’ Never Mind the Bollock album, which was a defining moment for punk music.

According to Duffty, Matlock worked in Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s Let It Rock shop in the early Seventies and printed many of their early provocative T-shirts. “He has an insider’s view of London rock ‘n’ roll fashion, which can also be found in his autobiography ‘I Was a Teenage Sex Pistol.’ He has an encyclopedia knowledge of youth culture like that of Gary Kemp from Spandau Ballet,” Duffty said. The British-born Duffty is also versed in the fashion and music culture. He started out creating hats for Steph Raynor and Helen Robinson’s PX in London’s Covent Gardens

Monday, December 5, 2016

AC Hotels campaign photographed by Nigel Barker


Happy to be part of the AC Hotels campaign photographed by my mate Nigel Barker. That's him behind the lens and Crissy Barker, Nigel's lovely wife, in white. The print ad is in this month's Travel & Leisure magazine.