May 30th '18
To highlight our Pre-Fall ’18 collection, we’ve partnered with acclaimed filmmaker Tin Ojeda and fashion photographer Jeffery Jones to present “Distractions,” a short film following the life of an NYC youth as he hustles through the streets of the city. Shot on Color Super 16mm film.
Directed by Tin Ojeda and Jeffery Jones — Images by Jeffery Jones
Jan 25th '18
Chris Christenson began his shaping career making boards for the surf team at Point Loma Nazarene University. After working under shaping legends like Dick Brewer and Skip Frye, he has since gone on to establish himself as one of the premier shapers in the world. A master as making all types of boards, Christenson has…
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…
Dec 5th '18
Ahead of the premiere of his debut documentary film, “Big Mike Takes Lunch,” we sat down with Nicolas Heller, the man behind the captivating Instagram account @NewYorkNico, which he uses to chronicle the lives of the New York City characters you need to know. COLIN TUNSTALL: Can you tell us a little about your new film,…
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…
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….
Feb 13th '17
colin tunstall: How was your trip to Italy? alessandro simonetti: I was there for a little over two months. It was good. At the end of the day, in Europe, you can have a better quality of life than in New York. It’s more accessible, starting from food to the small things, like taking a…
Feb 8th '18
Our travels have always been a source of inspiration for our collections, and Spring ‘18 is no different. This season we take a closer look at a few traditional techniques and materials we’ve become fond of over the years, including fabric yarns made from paper. Whether it be the Washi of Japan, Hanji of Korea,…
May 17th '18
colin tunstall: Can you give us a brief synopsis of the Golden Arch, its materials, your process, and how this all ties in with Saturdays? drew seskunas: The project is designed using a system that I developed with my studio The Principals as part of the more experimental work we do. The structural system is…
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…
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