Jun 1st '17
Mistuyuki Shibata Japanese Bohemian Surfstyle
Mitsuyuki has chronicled the Japanese surf scene for thirty years. His photography captures the spirit, soul and personalities that help shape a truly unique surf culture.
Images by Mitsuyuki Shibata
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…
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….
May 17th '18
colin tunstall: Can you give us a brief synopsis of the Golden Arch, its materials, your process, and how this all ties in with Saturdays? drew seskunas: The project is designed using a system that I developed with my studio The Principals as part of the more experimental work we do. The structural system is…
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…
Feb 27th '17
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Dec 6th '17
As America’s first planned industrial city, Paterson, New Jersey flourished in the 1890s producing textiles, firearms, and railroad locomotives through a web of mills and factories. It was here that the first Colt revolver was built, the first submarine was tested, and massive amounts of silk were made. Paterson’s latest product is a bike crew…
Apr 19th '18
Saturdays NYC is pleased to announce the latest iteration of bags from its ongoing collaboration with Japan’s premier bag-maker, Porter. Titled the Commuter Pack: Subway Series, the collection includes three shapes essential to any traveler’s arsenal: a tote bag, boston bag, and a rucksack. Each bag is made from an ultra-lightweight 100% nylon fabric that’s…
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…
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