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.
Dec 6th '17
As America’s first planned industrial city, Paterson, New Jersey flourished in the 1890s producing textiles, firearms, and railroad locomotives through a web of mills and factories. It was here that the first Colt revolver was built, the first submarine was tested, and massive amounts of silk were made. Paterson’s latest product is a bike crew…
Apr 13th '17
thomas schwab: On my way to your place, I ran into a friend. When I told him I was en route to interview you, he got really excited. “Ask him about his relationship with the models on his sets. He is the master of erotic photographs! To me, he’s like the ancestor of Terry Richardson.”…
Aug 31st '17
The printed cotton t-shirt has been a staple of Saturdays NYC ever since we launched in 2009. As we’ve evolved over the years, so have our offerings, and naturally, our curiosity for higher quality products has followed. In the Fall of 2016, we launched our Pima cotton program as the first step into premium basics,…
Oct 27th '17
colin tunstall: Tell us about your experiences with surfing. gene krell: A lot of surfing is remarkably mean-spirited. When I was surfing in California—and believe me I’m not waiting with baited breath for my invitation to The Eddie—the guys were cool with me. I’ve got arthritis in my knees and I broke my back surfing….
Jul 31st '17
Owl Chapman was a pioneer in shaping surfboards to match the speed and power of Oahu’s winter-time waves. He’s widely credited as the father of the shortboard revolution and—in the minds of many—is the most influential surfboard shaper to come out of Hawaii. Here, North Shore veterans—and legends in their own right—Rick Williams and Andy…
Nov 7th '19
Following up on our 10-year collection, the Saturdays NYC Pre-Spring ’20 season looks toward the decade ahead for inspiration. The collection is guided by the idea of “Midnight” as a period of transition rather than a point in time. The vivid neon colors and buzzing late-night streets of midnight in cities like New York and…
Apr 26th '18
colin tunstall: Can you tell me about Honey Ryder and how the project came about? silvano marino zeiter: Well ever since I started taking photos at 16 or 17, it’s been my dream to publish a book of my own. I just would have never thought it would come true in my mid-20s. But yeah,…
Nov 9th '16
Our friends, Gentemstick & Powder Company
May 3rd '18
On a drive to the beach one day through Los Angeles’ Wilshire Blvd., photographer Adrian Gaut was struck by the beauty of the buildings lining the street. “You go from these sort of crazy downtown skyscrapers to modern stucco stuff to postmodern stuff to glass and steel,” he tells us. “There’s this whole range of…
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