Apr 9th '19
Max Henderson Half Frame
Our good friend Max Henderson shares with us a glimpse of his travels through Iceland, Russia, Oregon, and New York, all shot on a half-frame camera.
Images by Max Henderson
Feb 1st '18
When we initially decided to open a shop outside of New York, Tokyo was the first city that came to mind. The energy of its streets, its progressive style and magnetic charm have always captivated us, and we always look forward to going back. It’s been five years since we opened the doors to our…
Aug 27th '18
Few footwear styles have withstood the fickle trends of fashion like the penny loafer. The classic design dates all the way back to 1930 when the Norwegian shoemaker, Nils Gregoriusson Tveranger, first introduced the silhouette after being inspired by the moccasins of the Iroquois. Worn religiously by men fishing along the Norwegian fjords, the slip-on…
Jun 20th '19
Along with Matador, XL Recordings, Rough Trade, and Young Turks, 4AD is one of the iconic independent record labels that form Beggars Group. Founded in 1980, 4AD has represented some of most influential acts over the last several decades, including the Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus, the Breeders, and Pixies to name a few. Their current roster…
Mar 19th '18
Photographer Jiro Konami is no stranger to the bustle of big cities. In fact, he thrives in it. After garnering acclaim for both his fashion photography and personal work in his home city of Tokyo, Japan, Konami made the move overseas to New York City in search of new inspiration—and found it in NYC’s crowded…
Aug 17th '17
Ginkgo trees are everywhere in New York City. You can find them scattered throughout Central Park or just around the corner from the Saturdays NYC offices lining the streets. They’re a resilient specimen, standing up to the bitter winters and brutal summers of the city, year in and year out. In the Fall, their delicate,…
Mar 31st '17
jen berean: One of the most recent works that I’ve seen of yours was Clouds in Central Park, which will be there through the summer. Do you enjoy working on public sculptures? Is that something you want to do more of? olaf breuning: The thing is, I like to do it all. When someone like…
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.
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…
May 9th '19
The Saturdays NYC Pre-Fall 2019 collection looks to the bright colors of the emerging Italian sportswear scene in the ’80s and ’90s for inspiration. Bold color-blocking—reminiscent of soccer jerseys and cycling kits—is applied to popular Saturdays styles like the Sanders Paneled long sleeve polo shirt, the Bondi Paneled Crewneck shirt, the Jake Paneled short sleeve…
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