Oct 20th '16
Fall/Winter 16 Editorial
For this season’s editorial we partnered with photographer Clement Pascal. New for Fall 16, we’ve introduced a lot of new fabrications and styles. Including Cone Mills denim, polar fleece, cashmere blends, collarless shirting and PrimaLoft® down.
Photographs by Clément Pascal
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.
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…
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…
Jul 13th '17
We first met Tim Barber inside the lobby of a hotel in Japan two years ago. He was in Tokyo hosting the opening of his solo exhibition “Blues” and invited us to come along. We’ve kept in touch ever since, and after hearing that he was continuing the series with “New Blues,” we decided to…
Sep 21st '17
Introduced in 1951 during the Korean War, the M-51 parka was designed to keep soldiers warm from the Korean peninsula’s cold weather and freezing rain. The rugged design featured a removable heavy liner jacket paired with a weather-resistant cotton-nylon outer shell to provide both warmth and protection from the elements. The “fishtail” moniker often associated…
Jan 19th '18
Apr 20th '20
Someone once said that wherever Walter Iooss goes is the perfect picture. In a career spanning four decades. Walter has captured giant swells, supermodels and some of the world’s greatest athletes. By building a rapport with his subjects, he draws out their essence.
Jun 14th '17
Jim Joe is the progenitor of a famous tag that can currently be seen all around New York City. His marks take on many styles, but can be easily spotted by his signature use of all-caps. Many of his tags take the form of circuitous verses, like, “NOT LONG IS HOW LONG THIS TAG TOOK…
Mar 8th '18
javas lehn: I know you grew up in the Santa Monica, Venice Beach area. What are your personal thoughts on the history of that area? susea mcgearhart: I went to Venice High School. My parents always said that we would never make it there, because it had sort of a bad reputation. But I actually…
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