I know that I've stumbled across a good lookbook when I find myself nodding like a toy dog in a car window. What makes up a good lookbook? Well... a well designed collection, interesting styles, smart locations, solid photography. Not in that order but those elements baked to perfection pretty much make up a good pudding for us all to sink our fashion teeth into. There's also the delivery, elements of surprise or a cherry on top to enjoy. Quirky models or smart campaigns and branding are welcome to the party too. Anyway, for this daily column I look through lots and lots of lookbooks - with the aim of finding something to make your eyes light up.

It's a Monday so we need all the smile-inducing material we can get and I suggest you feast those peepers on Boston based label Bodega's Spring/Summer 2014 collection. This right here is an example of excellent styling with many different elements juxtaposed to form ensembles that at first glance look simple but are actually multifaceted material jigsaw puzzles constructed in the form of great layering and natty accessorising. The streetstyle influence makes this lookbook feel relaxed and the collection highly wearable. Yes, I am likely to like anything styled with one of my favourite trainer's, Nike Air Force 1, but the way that the various Boston locations are both busy and familiar, but matchedI if not outshone) by the styling is worthy of applause.