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
Aug 29th '17
alessandro simonetti: Your photographic output has been motivated by a desire to construe the city as a subject. The city is the scene for your work. Your arrival in NYC in the early 2006 marked the beginning of your new approach to photography. How has this line through all of your major projects become such…
Oct 11th '16
I remember that there were only two or three photographers there. I was shocked, because these surf guys were like rock stars to me. I’d seen so many pictures of them riding all these daredevil waves. For me, surfing was a nerd’s way of having a sport in my head visually—taking these photographs was my…
Apr 5th '17
zak bush: I’m curious to talk to you guys about surfing on the East Coast back in the day. How did you first get started? tom dugan: Surfing came into my life through surf magazines. I moved to Long Island from Ohio in the summer of 1965 and, for some reason, I had already been…
Nov 30th '17
Offered in a multitude of styles, lengths, and fabrics over the years, wool coats are hard to beat when it comes to the bitter winters of New York City. When made right, they can keep you just as warm as any puffer without the added bulk. For Pre Spring ‘18, we’ve designed our Morgan Wool…
Jun 14th '18
colin tunstall: Where are you right now? mike townsend: I’m in Joshua tree. ct: Why? mt: Lara and I rented a space out here. I’m literally in demo-mode. I’m trying to rip out the floor to get to the concrete. ct: Are you splitting your time there or is that a full time residence? mt:…
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….
Apr 30th '20
Frank Prisinzano, New York-based restauranteur and founder of East Village Radio, understands what people want. From Puglia’s finest burrata to America’s best rock-and-roll music, the tastemaker knows exactly what to serve.
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…
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,…
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