N’East Illustrated, Vol. 12

Calling the first N’East Illustrated of 2013 the most exciting thing to happen all week might be a bit of an overstatement. But, it’s definitely a close second. The unceasingly pleasing Christine Mitchell of N’East Style is back with a fresh set of #menswear illustrations, and they are great (as always). Check ‘em out after the jump. Previous batches can be viewed here.

Tommy Ton shot this guy at Pitti. His International Barbour is styled to perfection, and I love how by fastening the jacket with a belt, you can still see the DB and tweedy tie underneath.

I really like the look of these Natural Dyed Chinos from Farm Tactics. I also really dig the recent redesign of the brand’s website. Definitely worth a look.

Another Ton photo. I love this woman’s oversized jacket and how she wears it with looser cut trousers and neutral New Balance sneakers. It creates a perfect balance with her glasses and bag, which are very chic and feminine.

Saw this jacket on Well Spent and wanted one for myself. It was part of WHARF’s holiday sale after the New Year. If you were smart, you picked one up. If not, well, there’s still a boat load of other sale goodies to check out.

A bunch of street style photographers captured this guy at Paris Fashion week. I love his bright red jacket (boiled wool?) and hunter green wide wale cord pants. He’s also just so happy looking.

To see more of Mitchell’s work, check out N’East Style or her portfolio site. You can also email her directly if you’re interested in having her draw something for you (very wise move).