Presenting Spring and Summer juju from the W’menswear vintage archives to inspire your wardrobe for the balmy season. This spread features much vintage from WW2, the Vietnam war, and early 20th century pieces, combined with some new season creations and bespoke work from our favourite object artists.
We all know that unless we’ve managed to grow a money tree in the backyard, the investment shoe should be something that speaks to newness, while balanced with the timelessness of familiarity.
Pairing up with Greyhound Original for some ultimate knit loungewear for the cruisiest home life possible. Brilliantly shot by our pal Pat Sutithon.
The London Collection Men’s show is the gun shot welcome to a new season by the home of Authentic British Menswear that is Nigel Cabourn. Mens and Womens sit side by side; the story of the British field army during World War II rubs shoulders with inspirational force American war photographer Lee Miller. Come backstage with us for the SS17 presentation featuring all our friends.
Buying denim, or buying a pair of jeans is a really big decision for a lot of us. It’s that pair that you hope will flatter you in all the right places, last for a good long while, and also a style that you won’t get sick of a few weeks in. Choosing denim is not only about fit, but it’s about colour, wash, stitching, pockets, crotch, weight, and don’t be embarrassed if you have no idea what this word ’selvedge’ even means, or why people are so obsessed with raw denim. Don’t worry, Ponytail got-cha-back.
Our friends Battenwear are turning retail topsy-turvy by setting up camp on the 16th floor in NYC’s Garment District. Adventure loving guests are welcomed with homely and heart-warming knick knacks like dinosaur figurines hiding about the store’s shrubbery; vintage maps; the tropical smell of their very own surf wax; as well as stacks of old surfing and camping mags that you can flip through while waiting for your mate to try on different colour combinations of their vast style range for guys and gals.
Summer is well on its way so we’ve put together some inspiration to pack or look for on your balmy travels. Sometimes the most exciting part of travelling is to collect things, momentos, and trinkets that capture that time and place. Presenting your summer travel style guide.
Lauren shares her experiences as a start-up business owner who, like all others, is feeling her way through the darkness and making friends with spreadsheets for the first time since 6th grade
Our pals The Hill-Side have teamed up with BUAISOU to produce a special, limited edition run of hand-dyed basics, in one of Buaisou’s methodically prepared vats of 100% natural plant indigo - achieving a deep, luminous "Japan Blue" color.
We think that the move to design and create products in a more mindful way is the future of business. Black Horse Lane Ateliers are trying out a more responsible and transparent model, which should be a great pay-off to the industry itself. So a couple of weeks ago these guys opened their doors to welcome us to the seasoning of their remarkable new brand that hopes to connect nature with industry in E17, London.
Investing in timeless style is priceless. That’s why I worked with Australian label Country Road this Southern Hemisphere winter to give some food-for-thought about how we can consider our own personal style.