Photographer | Steve Baccon
CATGK X HARROLDS
Thanks to the very well dressed and extremely helpful team over at Harrolds who dressed the boys exclusively for Captainandthegypsykid.
Bobby and Storm dressed by the good folk at Seed Heritage.
TIM AND TOM
Meet Tim and Tom. Two mates with two babies. Meet Bobby and Storm. Little people that have changed their lives. Bobby is by far the prettiest baby boy I have ever seen, he looks nothing like Tim. Five months old and baby brother to the most delicious animal obsessed toddler I know Bugsy Ross. Daddy Tim is one of Australia’s best known comedians and main man in the afternoons on Australia’s top radio station Kiis 1065 and Melbourne’s Mix101.1 He also happens to be the husband of my best friend, the father of my godson and someone I just love to bits. We have a friendship that in my opinion gets deeper and richer as we get older and experience the creation and sometimes complexity of family life. Tom on the other hand, well let me tell you. Father for the first time to five month old Storm he has fallen hard for those big beautiful blues. The hunky co-host of The Daily Edition as my mother embarrassingly says……..To his face…….…In front of me. That’s a lie. Kind of. My mother never sounds smug, EVER but for some reason whenever she see’s Tom she sounds like the cat that swallowed the canary. “Sheree guess who I saw today? [massive pause] Tom!!!!! [major announcement]” I don’t quite see Tom in the same light but when I do see him I wish it was more often. He has this natural way about him that makes me feel like we are old old friends, which were not and that he wants to talk to me for hours, which he doesn’t. He is bloody awesome.
The boys talk fatherhood… KEEP TALKING
About two years ago on a very misty, lazy Sunday morning in Milan I ran across this gentleman as he prepared for his Sunday bike ride. He was dressed so elegantly for a Sunday ride, but I guess I should expect that from Milanese by now. Our conversation was very brief and I forgot to get any of his contact information. I was very happy with the shot, but thought I would never run across him again.
Well, as I was shooting around the Versace show I see just the floating head of this gentleman glide by (his body and bike were hidden by a car). Traffic was heavy so as he slowed to navigate the cars and fashionistas I caught up to him and asked to take his photo. I was surprised when he instantly recognized me, “Yeah, you are The Sartorialist!, Cunningham!”
That Bill casts a long shadow.
This time I got his info, so hopefully we will be seeing more of Mr. Alborghetti on future Milan trips.
Story by the SARTORIALIST
Photograpaher | Micheal Naumoff
Whenever I get asked about our home being photographed I always get a little bit apprehensive. I think it is a big deal sharing this part of your life with the greater unknown. When Elle Magazine came calling there wasn’t much to think about. I love the magazine, I love the girls that create it and they were happy to let me be involved with the creative process. Our home is more then four walls and a roof. It is The Giving Tree of bricks and mortar. It is centre stage to our family framework but it would not have its heart and soul without the people that live in it…. KEEP TALKING