Oct 4th '18
Fall ’18 Delivery 3
Our latest editorial highlights key outerwear styles from our Fall ’18 collection along the peaceful boardwalk of post-summer Coney Island—including the Silas Down Puffer Jacket, Saul Double Breasted Coat, and Darren Duck Boot.
Photographs by Robert Johansson — Styling by Tyler Wray
Oct 18th '18
Born out of necessity, the flight bomber jacket was designed to keep World War I pilots warm during their ascent into frigid atmospheric temperatures. Early iterations were constructed from thick sheepskin and leather, but as advances in jet engines allowed planes to reach higher and higher altitudes, the need for a more versatile nylon jacket…
Aug 7th '18
Born and raised in Long Beach, NY, Will Skudin has conquered some of the biggest waves ever recorded. In addition to competing professionally on the Big Wave Tour, Skudin dedicates much of his time to sharing the joys of surfing with disabled teens, wounded vets, and the economically disadvantaged through his non-profit Surf For All….
Oct 3rd '16
luke flynn: First question, do you have a favorite pair of underpants? bjorn iooss: I do and I’m wearing them right now. I have a few pairs and they’re all identical. They’re the ones I reach for first. lf: And you probably have least favorites too? bi: Naturally. It’s always good to have a few…
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…
Sep 15th '17
If we’re casting votes, Larry Clark is definitely in the running for sexiest 69-year-old alive. To keep up appearances, Clark has taken up Veganism and boxing, disciplines that he claims have given him enough energy to work for 19 days straight, as he recently did on the shoot for his new film set in Marfa,…
Jul 18th '18
john respondek: (Trying to Skype) Where’s your camera? luke flynn: Hang on a second, I’ll just try and get it up. jr: You always have that problem, huh? lf: (Laughs) Unfortunately, it’s too big. jr: Can you see my head? lf: Yep. jr: So weathered. lf: It’s melting jr: You don’t understand, I have been…
May 30th '18
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…
Oct 12th '18
Special thanks to Kohei Chiba and the 303 Surf Team.
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