Oct 3rd '17
Ricardo Bravo Waiting & Watching
Ricardo Bravo’s photography captures the blue shores of his native Portugal. His work explores the relationship between person, water and wave. The following images showcase a selection of some of our favorites.
Photographs by Ricardo Bravo
Apr 10th '17
Oct 17th '17
Boxing, kick-boxing, and cycling are sports we take seriously here at Saturdays. Jumping in the ring to spar with friends or just hitting the heavy bag is a great way to shake off the day’s stress. When we visit Japan, we make it a point to get a workout in at Hayato Gym in Meguro….
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…
Jul 18th '18
We’ve been to Japan countless times, but our most recent trip was a special one. We took a trip out to Shikoku, the hometown of one our old friends Kohei Chiba, who’s a legendary surfboard shaper and the owner of 303 Surf. He graciously invited us into his shaping bay to watch him hand-shape a…
Jul 12th '17
Located on rue Saint-Honoré in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, colette boasts a fashion boutique, an exhibition space, and a restaurant. Curated by its co-founder Sarah Andelman, the store has been a cultural fixture in Paris since its opening almost seventeen years ago and has been responsible for introducing many foreign brands, designers, and artists…
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 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…
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.
May 3rd '18
On a drive to the beach one day through Los Angeles’ Wilshire Blvd., photographer Adrian Gaut was struck by the beauty of the buildings lining the street. “You go from these sort of crazy downtown skyscrapers to modern stucco stuff to postmodern stuff to glass and steel,” he tells us. “There’s this whole range of…
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