Don’t know about you, but we always take our walks on Hampstead Heath in a high-waisted trouser and nothing else. Except maybe a highly appropriate Anne Demeulemeester wide-rimmed bonnet.

What? I always ramble like this...!

What does he look like? Or, what does he look like? If you stumbled across this gentleman of the male pursuasion whilst walking your nearest and deary-est in or around a grassy knoll – Hampstead Heath is one example, Wimbledon Common another – would you be startled out of your plus fours and think it a matter for the police? Or would you think it the height of sophistication and leap on him before he can shout, ‘This is a family place; the bumming quarter is yonder!’

We think a bit of both, don’t you? How very democratic of us.

Oh, and consider this our side-bar in which you’ll find details of everything he’s wearing:

Bonnet: Anne Demeulemeester
Trou’: Y’s by Yohji Yamamoto
Shoe: Paul Smith

Oh, and consider this our shout-out (eugh, shout-out) for the people from whom we nicked this p-reddy p-icture. Namely the NY Times T Style magazine. Thankings.

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6 comments to “Don’t know about you, but we always take our walks on Hampstead Heath in a high-waisted trouser and nothing else. Except maybe a highly appropriate Anne Demeulemeester wide-rimmed bonnet.”

  1. I was walking in this manner on Hampstead Heath only yesterday… only my bonnet had a feather in it.

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  2. and you were cock-a-hoop if memory serves me right.

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  3. Living a mere stone’s throw from the Heath as I do, I tend to go for strolls in nothing more than a wink and a smile.

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  4. Pilar, I’m looking for a place in Hampstead. Please help.
    In this climate it is for rental purposes, natch, but I am currently putting five golden coins away per week in order to save up for a deposit to buy come this time next year, at which point I predict property prices will be at rock bottom. After which, I predict they will rise for the next 10-12 years at a non-retarded rate, the end of which period houses will be worth what they were two years ago, but owing to inflation they will be relative and less spazzy.

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  5. Oh Lulu, you’re more than welcome to kip under my bed. Although you’ll have to excuse all the nighttime visitors – it’s like Piccadilly Circus round my gaff. But yes, plan for the future and put money aside for the days when we can afford to buy. For me, that’ll be in 437 years

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  6. I myself started saving in the late Tudor period (god bless good queen Bess!) and nearly have enough for a deposit on a maisonette above a chip shop just off Waltamstow Market, so keep on saving everyone!

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