What first got me tunin’ in to Texas heartthrob Leon Bridges and his swoon-worthy ballads wasn’t from hearing […]
One day I’ll move somewhere warm — a place where long underwear are donned only during sport or […]
I was making my way from Alpine to El Paso and needed a diversion before a long and […]
My modus operandi when it comes to the internal organization of my purse is more or less; “fling […]
“Though music fans know Lubbock, Texas as the home of Buddy Holly, Lubbock knows itself as ‘The City […]
Good things have a gestalt and a scent all their own. A boy when he comes inside from […]
The weather here in the high plains has been brutal. Black ice, strong winds, blowing snow. These, along […]
there is no way of knowing, what is right, what is correct, what is sound, or what is […]
My late farther had a handful of interns that he coached at some point during his career, but […]
There are some things that just shouldn’t happen. I’m rarely if ever on the soapbox, preferring instead to […]
Home from work around four last Wednesday, I brewed two cups of tea and walked down the rickety […]
Can we talk about how genius the Poler Stuff x Airblaster Ninja Suit is? I don’t know if […]
Intended for men, the Yankee Buck Boot by Woolrich footwear was designed to pay homage to classic workwear boot styles from the turn of the century. Although a bit serious in profile, during this time of year the look is more sensible than steampunk and I find myself reaching for these boots when shoveling snow, running icy errands to the home depot, and for other seemingly un-sexy city slicker activities.
Located on Selby Avenue near the Cathedral Hill neighborhood Idun (pronounced Eee-dun) is manned by Dahlia Brue and stocks a contemporary assortment of minimal, well-made clothing for women. Brue is a keen example of the power of a woman with a hyper-sharp aesthetic. Possessing a true editor’s eye, Brue buys for the store and was also responsible the interior’s unique design. With lines like YMC, Samuji, and Rachel Comey represented, the shop is unique for it’s playful brand of minimalism and sophisticated restraint.
The beautiful stoic poise of these girls belies a wisdom and elegance far beyond their years. The photo […]
Every year Levi’s Orange Tab manages to come out with an assortment of denim separates that — although […]
What is something you believe in strongly? This is a question rarely posed in everyday parlance, as it […]
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.
Tumbleweeds and traffic cones, roadside pumpkin stands and bloated roadkill, angry longhorns and exclamation-point-peppered billboards, endless roads and quickly-approaching tarmac, epic mountains and expansive prairies, pastoral mid-western bedroom communities and austere west Texas ghost towns … this is what made up the better half of my September through November.
For the twenty-three years I’ve been on this earth, Minnesota — specifically, Minneapolis — has been home. There’s […]
Trip to west Texas nears closer. Lightweight camping for five days straight in Presidio County. I’ve camped before […]
I discovered the work of Toronto-born photographer Roeg Cohen through the modern rabbit hole that is instagram. That […]
Scrappy shops have good stories. Made of equal parts grit, verve, and human trial, each one that succeeds […]
This month I’ve been inspired by the work of photographer and denim aficionado Farhad Samari. “Farhad was born […]
A leisure economy will provide opportunity to develop the frustrated craftsman, painter, sculptor, poet, composer, yachtsman, explorer, or […]
First day of summer and I am already looking forward to it’s end. Well, not really, but September […]
It was that time of evening when shadows are long. I was well into my second drink on […]
5/25 – Loving these images by photographer Fawn DeViney. They’re sophisticated and quiet, subtle yet eye-catching.
Bring back baggy jeans on les filles please. I am loving wider proportions for springtime stems. The more […]