Puzzling Thoughts…

As an adult, it is expected that I have plans for the future, I know the direction I’m heading in, and I’m focusing on my goals. But I have to admit, I have no idea what I’m doing. Yes, of course I have hopes and dreams which I’d love to achieve but with the world being in the current turmoil it is in, what’s the point really of being so rigid? Why apply so much structure to your life when you don’t know what the future holds? Everything feels so uncertain when a single tweet could derail peace. So why not go through life with the same complexity and light-heartedness of my shopping? After purchasing my first Loewe Puzzle bag 2 years ago I have had unwavering affection for Jonathan Anderson’s versatile and fun designs at Loewe (and his own label as well). No other bag in my life has been used, cherished or raved about as much as this cleverly designed accessory. So it didn’t take much persuasion when it came to a new addition to my puzzle collection but this time in a colour combination that was just as murky as life – charcoal, white and grey. Who cares if you don’t know what the future will look like, just have a little puzzle fun along the way.

Puzzle bag Loewe @ Harvey Nichols, rollneck ASOS, shirt Our Legacy, coat Paul Smith, trousers Burberry, trainers Common Projects


  1. November 22, 2017 / 2:08 pm

    That bag is just amazing and so enviable! And I’m glad I’m not the only one who’s still puzzled about life haha. You said it best – I know the direction I’m headed but still uncertain of the future!

  2. Jennifer Quattrucci
    November 22, 2017 / 5:20 pm

    Really love this! Love the way you compare planning with the future with planning your wardrobe and I definitely agree with you that it’s important to leave out the rigidity of life and embrace the unexpected pleasures such as this outstanding puzzle bag! The colors, shape and design are absolutely perfect!

  3. November 23, 2017 / 8:19 am

    Stunning shots of a stunning bad once again. And like you said, why care where we’re going as long as we’re moving onwards and not backwards. Keep going, Luke! You’re doing a great job!

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