Oct 5th '17
We explore the sleepy riverside of the lower Hudson Valley in our latest editorial, taking with us some of our favorite pieces from Fall ’17—including the Clyde Trench Coat, Jacob Window Pane Cardigan, Julian Boucle Varsity Jacket, Shaggy Wool Bomber and more.
Mar 20th '17
Guided by intuition and drawn to the complexities of being and time, Duane Michals has mastered the art of taking portraits that dive into the introspective space behind the image. His work stares into the void that lies between the seen and the unseeable. In order to bridge this gap, Michals has developed a signature…
Jul 25th '17
ruba abu-nimah: You grew up in Queens. Where did you study photography? kr: First, in high school. I was a bad student. I went to a few different schools. I started getting really into it when I was 17 or 18. ran: You clearly love it and have a very sophisticated knowledge of the medium….
Apr 11th '18
khari clarke:As a kid and during your teenage years, I remember you were into modeling. What made you go from in front of the camera as a model, to behind the camera as a photographer? lorenzo holder: While I was modeling, I thought I had an idea of what it took to be successful in…
Sep 21st '17
Introduced in 1951 during the Korean War, the M-51 parka was designed to keep soldiers warm from the Korean peninsula’s cold weather and freezing rain. The rugged design featured a removable heavy liner jacket paired with a weather-resistant cotton-nylon outer shell to provide both warmth and protection from the elements. The “fishtail” moniker often associated…
Mar 1st '18
We’re pleased to announce the expansion of our Grooming Essentials line from hair care to now include two bar soaps—Moisturizing Soap and Exfoliating Soap—and a Shaving Cream. Our Moisturizing Soap is formulated with shea butter and mango seed butter to soothe and moisturize dry skin, while our Exfoliating Soap gently cleanses and repairs skin with…
Nov 9th '18
Earlier this year we partnered with Japanese photographer Jiro Konami on an exhibition titled “New City,” in which we curated photos of his taken in New York City and put them on display at Batsu Art Gallery in his hometown of Toyko, Japan. We decided to bring the exhibition back to NYC, except this time…
Apr 2nd '18
In 1951, Sukejiro Kaihara established Kaihara Textile Mills Ltd. with an investment of 1,800,000 yen (the equivalent of roughly $5,000 USD back then) and 34 looms. Twenty years later, the company became the first in Japan to offer rope-dyeing in-house—a process that’s key to creating the dramatic fading effects of well-worn, raw denim. Today, Kaihara…
Sep 20th '18
Much of our Fall ‘18 collection was inspired by the small, family-owned shops that line the streets of our neighboring communities—whether it be Chinatown, Little Italy, or Koreatown. Walking around these places, it’s easy to miss the tiny furniture stores, flower shops, and minimarts that have been serving the same friends, family members, and neighbors…
Jul 10th '17
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