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
Feb 15th '18
colin tunstall: So I’m just going to jump right into it. What’s the deal with the infrared? ryan struck: I’ve been shooting infrared film since 2012. I first saw Richard Mosse use it in the Congo. He was basically shooting conflict photos, but he was using the film as a way to humanize what was…
May 30th '19
kevin serai: Thanks for having us over at your place. kevin emerson: Yeah, this looks so weird. I haven’t slept here in like six months. I come here to send e-mails or work on small batches of stuff. This place is like my last resort. The studio is usually first and my girlfriend’s place is…
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…
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…
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….
Oct 12th '16
colin tunstall:Where did you grow up? adrian gaut:Portland, Oregon. ct:So you grew up in the Northwest and then you moved to New York? ag:It was maybe a week before 9/11. I came here to work for David LaChapelle, and it was sort of an obscure connection through the university I was at. Paige Powell—who ran…
Oct 20th '16
Feb 19th '18
Kasuri derives its name from the Japanese word “kasureru”, which means “to blur.” The technique involves binding yarns, resist-dyeing them, and then untying them to reveal intervals of coloration. When woven together, these dyed yarns can produce complex patterns that are sometimes feathered or blurred at the edges, depending on the desired design. This traditional…
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…
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