For the last entry in our Journeyman series, we join Paris-based menswear blogger, Joe, from Comme un Camion, as he shows us around his most treasured locales in his favourite Reiss pieces.

I used to start my day with a large coffee before going to work, nowadays I prefer a breath of fresh air by the seaside. When I'm running on the coastal paths around my home in the morning, I feel so alone in the world. There is nothing better to start a day off on the right foot, so that I look my best on photo shoots.

What a nice field jacket from Reiss, it features zipped-pockets on the chest and two large hip pockets which are ideal for storing various bits and pieces in. On my head is my favourite tweed cap; it's stylish and will protect from the cold and the rain! I had another recent experience to measure its efficiency; one and half hours in the pouring rain in the lower stand for a football game.

Joe wears the Crabtree jacket in petrol.

This is the place where I have chosen to shoot my Reiss outfit - the beautiful Domaine de Kerbastic which is a great hotel with beautiful gardens and a chapel.

This photo shoot tells the story of a walk in the grounds. For this occasion I have invited a blogger friend. Over the afternoon, we played make-believe, imagining that we were the rich owners of this charming hotel.

The Reiss boots  which I was wearing were a great fit with the scenery as their brown hue matched all shades of autumn around me. Additionally, they are really comfortable to walk in for a whole day.

Joe wears the Stamco Oxford brogues.

Such a nice day had to end fittingly. As my own tradition requires, the photographer and me opened a bottle of good wine. Our duty was done and the night was ours to while away.


Read our previous Journeyman entries featuring; Les Frères Ainsworth, He Spoke Style, I am Galla and The ThreeF.