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
Apr 25th '17
colin tunstall: Tell me about Free Jazz Vein and how this movie is different from the rest—if it’s different at all. tin ojeda: Well, yeah, a little different. The concept is different than the last movie. It’s more jazz- and experimental-era oriented. The one before was more of a ’70s grindhouse porno movie. This one still…
Mar 27th '17
colin tunstall: I saw in the forward of My Freedamn! that a Robert Frank exhibition in April of 1994 was a catalyst to start this process of yours. Can you tell me about that? rin tanaka: Robert Frank is very classic, right? Every young photographer has to study his photos, so I did the same…
Feb 15th '19
The latest collection from our ongoing partnership with iconic Japanese bag maker Porter, titled the “Reflective Line,” puts a focus on functionality, versatility, and durability. Consisting of five silhouettes—a Weekender bag, 3-Way Briefcase, Backpack, 2-Way Tote and Wallet—the collection features convertible straps that allow the bags to be worn or carried in various positions while…
Nov 29th '18
The exclusive SSATURDAYS capsule collection for SSENSE expresses the shared DIY culture found in various metropolitan cities across the globe. Durable canvas bags are crudely modified with a coat of spray paint, resulting in unique fluctuations in color that higlight the process each bag is put through. T-shirts and sweats are reworked by over-printing ink…
May 1st '17
thom bettridge: Your street photography has such a candid feel. Tell me a little bit about your process. daniel arnold: From my point of view, even calling it a process seems like over-selling it. The photography part of it has almost been secondary to this habit I have of aimlessly wandering around. For as long…
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…
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 4th '18
Nov 30th '17
Offered in a multitude of styles, lengths, and fabrics over the years, wool coats are hard to beat when it comes to the bitter winters of New York City. When made right, they can keep you just as warm as any puffer without the added bulk. For Pre Spring ‘18, we’ve designed our Morgan Wool…
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