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.
Alright ya’ll, here’s the deal — it’s not officially winter until the cowichan sweaters come out.
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 […]
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.
After six seasons of developing cycling product strictly for men, Spring 2015 saw the first capsule collection of […]
It’s here. The Topo Designs 22″ Duffle. Bigger than the ultra-portable baguette-sized 18-incher, yet not quite as obtrusive […]
Functional, simple, and joyful, Liz Clark’s collection of blanket rolls, totes, and straw baskets are a celebration of […]
I like things that are what they are. Girls in high ponytails and red lipstick. Rigid denim blue […]
My modus operandi when it comes to the internal organization of my purse is more or less; “fling […]
Can we talk about how genius the Poler Stuff x Airblaster Ninja Suit is? I don’t know if […]
There’s a certain collective culture and consciousness one buys into with the purchase of any well-made, beautiful product. Even more so if the product is made ethically, sustainably, kindly — slowly.
“Expressing sentiments of intangible Americana alongside a timeless sense of style, the Woolrich footwear collection is indicative of the brand’s storied history without relying on design gimmicks of the ‘heritage’ variety.”
I know we’re all thinking about spring and summer and lightweight frocks and gauzy caftans right now, but I’m actually pinching my pennies for Finisterre’s next fall winter line. If this winter from hell was a harbinger of our new climate-change reality, well, I’m not going to be caught with my pants down the next time our mercury dips far, far below zero.
The Winter Session aesthetic has long been one of unisex utilitarianism. Materials are chosen for their hardiness and durability, resulting in a rugged ethos that retains a high level of sophistication despite heavy wear.
I didn’t really know how to classify this post at the outset, until I just knew. As per […]
Last night over a plate of fried green beans at a crowded pub full of jocular and bearded […]
I won’t be in Denver this Friday for the opening of the new Topo Designs Store. So, instead, I […]
Heading home from Tilia tonight meant biking down Hennepin avenue during both heavy traffic and rain. While stalled at […]