This week’s kit is based around the Oxford I posted from Nigel Cabourn because finding the perfect khaki coloured shirt is a tough job. Though the majority of my monochromatic kits tend to be based around blue, this mix of brown and khaki works very well together. You could also wear a cardigan or sweatshirt […]
Christian McCann’s label, Left Field NYC, has been in existence in one form or another since 1998. Though it was created back then as more of a casual menswear line, he’s been able to refine and develop the brand in the last fifteen years, to a place where his clothing translates well to a multitude […]
Designer Todd Snyder and iconic brand Champion collaborated to launch a men’s sportswear line for Fall 2013. The debut collection, entitled “City Gym”, is inspired by archival Champion pieces and vintage photos from the New York Athletic Club. Snyder designed the collection in partnership with Champion’s Chief Design Officer, Ned Munroe, and Design Director, Joanne Sessler. Together they scoured Champion’s […]
A name that has been passed down though generations, Norman Russell combines loyalty, admiration, craftsmanship and integrity that defines vintage American Luxury. Producing limited quantities and using only the best American selvage denim from Cone Mill White Oak plant in North Carolina. They have created a jean with substance and longevity.
As far as a brand concepts go, it doesn’t get much better for me than the Los Angeles based Stonghold. The company was founded in Los Angeles in 1895 as the area’s first denim manufacturer, and operated continuously until its closure in 1949. Fast forward to 2004 when Michael Paradise and Michael Cassell revived the […]
From Woolrich John Rich & Bros comes a Fall/Winter 2013 collection release that has the line split between two individual contrasting themes: the TOWN CONCEPT and the MOUNTAIN CONCEPT. The former consists of understated tones that are better matched in an urban environment. The latter, MOUNTAIN CONCEPT theme focuses more on dress worn when vacating the city […]
Available for pre-order is the Barbour x Tokihito Yoshida Sports jacket as worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall. The multi-functional garment draws inspiration from genuine vintage sporting pieces, fusing Tokihito Yoshida’s functional design ethos with fabrics and details from the Barbour archive. The result is a considered, modern jacket, ideal for unpredictable, wet weather. Take a look at […]
Hugh and Crye’s unique approach to the shirt world is simple but unique. “Many men we know (starting with ourselves) have a hard time finding dress shirts that actually fit. We took a closer look and learned a few interesting things. First, off the rack shirts from mass brands aren’t designed for the lean or athletically […]
Publish Brand has always been a label that aims to blend sartorial menswear influences with a degree of casual wearability and street sensibilities. For its Holiday 2012 collection, “The Ceremony,” the West Coast brand maintains this same mentality through a range of seasonal outerwear garb, staple Jogger pant options as well as an assortment of shirting […]
A beautiful lookbook from the team at Unionmade. Snatching a whole heap of Harris Tweed, shipping it from Scotland to be reformed in the USA, the San Francisco store brings in some well known names for this collection. Down jackets, overshirts, totes, blazers, handkerchiefs, ties and vests from the likes of Crescent Down Works, Gitman Vintage, The […]
Richmond based Need Supply Co. just released a lookbook entitled “Singular, Plural” showcasing their latest inventory for the upcoming season. Always combining old standby brands and new brands that they’ve sought out, Need Supply takes a trip out to the wild with new arrivals from Saturdays, Monitaly, Gitman Vintage, and other like-minded brands. Check out the full lookbook, and stock up on […]
Founded in 1993 in New York by Japanese designer Takeshi Ohfuchi, Post Overalls designs still adhere to their original ethos of producing authentic, beautifully crafted clothing. Ohfuchi blends together robust, American workwear-inspired silhouettes with premium fabrics such as Wool Herringbone, creating authentic reproductions that painstakingly replicate the construction, materials and silhouettes of the original garments. […]
The interwebs be burning with all the garment love happening in the new James Bond 007 SKYFALL flick. This Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1930s Distressed Leather Jacket has been spotted in some grainy on-set photography. A beautiful jacket to be worked for all. Bond is not the only one deserving of this. Bench and Loom has it.