If you’re looking for a hat and money is no object, allow me to point you in the direction of UNUSED — a flame Japanese clothing brand that is as excruciatingly cool as it is weird and hard to find.
I had just purchased a medium format, twin lens camera and, as usual, I was out riding around […]
It’s been a busy past couple of months for me. It’s never good to go dark on a […]
Throwing it back to one of the best Levi’s lookbooks created for Red Tab merchandise in awhile.
This guy’s obsession and passion for denim is flabbergasting, and also totally bad-ass. Just watch the video.
Mikael Kennedy is a prolific photographer whose work has appeared in countless campaigns for world class brands, and […]
Money — and it’s accompanying psycological counterparts — choice, security, independence, autonomy — are deeply at play […]
Although my generation’s obsession with the handmade and the authentic in all things is a unique phenomenon, I certainly […]
The holidays can be a great time of year — full of exhilaration, exciting plans, and welcome surprises. […]
I. “He gave us a fair warning that it could get a little rough out there and maybe […]
SF-based women’s shirting company Tradlands just released their wholly engaging and first ever style guide this week, and […]
As I write this I am wearing a flannel shirt with pearl snaps, and I have my cowboy […]
It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for and if you […]
Here’s a new way to think of flat-lay product photography. Instead of the oft-used horizontal composition shot from […]
Great flat-lay product photography from San Francisco-based Mill Mercantile. Especially loving the dusty blush background and the curated […]
In the Spring of 2014 a small group of close friends broke ground on a building project in […]
This fall, Levi’s releases their newest capsule collection for true denim diehards. Wholly separate from their already […]
Formed in East London circa ’65, The Small Faces were a seminal English mod-rock band that created pioneering […]
The Joshua Tree House is a vacation rental and second home owned by Sara and Rich. After falling in love with the sleepy desert town off Twenty-Nine Palms highway, they eventually purchased an open-style hacienda that could be lovingly re-designed and re -decorated as a second abode and high-dez hideaway.
Alright ya’ll, here’s the deal — it’s not officially winter until the cowichan sweaters come out.
As with all Juniper Ridge fragrances, this one is unisex in fragrance profile, however, I do think it smells especially sexy on fellas. Perhaps one of the brands most wearable fragrances, Timberline Trail has notes of sappy pine boughs, fresh rain, and a smoked woods accord. Perfect for Holiday gifting.
The latest denim button-up from women’s shirting experts Tradlands, the Tourist ($167) is as handsome as it is […]
With a new identity and name for the blog there comes a need for a new visual identity […]
If you’re an enthusiast of good design, amazing art direction, ethical clothing consumption, or any combination of the […]
One-hundred-and-eighty-five years ago, Woolrich Woolen Mills was founded in Dunnstable Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania. In 1830, the purpose […]
Four years ago — when I was still in school studying design– I fell deeply in love with […]
Handmade in Los Angeles, California, Crescioni pieces are designed to age and weather over time. Argentinian Vegetable-tanned leathers darken and soften with wear. Natural brass tarnishes after prolonged use. While the design is bold and minimal, there is something organic and casual about all of her designs that make Crescioni pieces super wearable and decidedly western.
With a lush backyard and an easy, open one-level floorplan, the home, (originally built in 1915) boasts all the trimmings of a classic California bungalow like custom built-ins, a low-pitched gabled roof with deep overhanging eaves, and simple wainscoting.
“The style was incredible,” says Holland. “That’s what brought me to it in the first place. I always […]