So yes, the capsule collaboration between Nigel Cabourn and Japanese retail mountain Journal Standard is no new news but that’s not why we’re here. We’re here because our buddy Nigel himself is taking you on a tour through ’The Drawing Room’ and all the tiny details that make it so great.
We’ve mixed and matched strong acetate with classic workwear silhouettes, using all the vintage from Down Under we could get our hands on. Pastel tones were the base colours for our Australiana festival, and we even managed to throw a classic pair of King Gee coveralls from the 70s for good measure.
Bellanie Salcedo makes the most beautiful leather goods that speak to time and maturity. We’ve gone into her studio to see what makes her tick.
We’ve prepared a collection of our favourite outerwear pieces on the internet, shapes for his and hers, of many Ponytail flavours. Take a look at shapes we think will transcend trend and last you many winters. Think of them as starchy staples in your winter diet. The point here is to invest in timelessness, coolness, and warmth.
Our latest editorial brings us to a sunny winters day in Tokyo along the banks of the Nakameguro stream - my favorite spot in cherry blossom season. Here are some curated looks that float our boat.
Our pals Mahout have collaborated with one of our favourite French heritage brands, Armor Lux on a very vintage looking bag line.
So with the New Year, I revisited my workspace and took away the confusing clutter. It’s where I create, and where I am inspired, so here are some of my favourite things that right now keep me ticking, until the next overhaul.
This week I sat down to dinner with Mihara Yasuhiro to talk about his winter 2016 collection Paris mens fashion week this month. It was a very tasty affair indeed.
We collaborated with Aussie object designers Lyn Balzer and Tony Perkins [ 2 by Lyn and Tony ] to produce a jewellery collection...
I’m Presenting the internet premiere of our W’menswear Fall 16 collection in full. Over the past year I have been working on t...
We’re starting a new segment at the blog and its called Desktop. Low and behold we’re featuring things that inspire us in the studio. With issue one, we’ve gone all out on our favourite things that make us tick, like handmade French marble paper, a handmade saddle stitched leather card case by Chester Mox, oversized military pins that are the best for putting keys on, a nautical 100 day calendar, Scottish made watch by great people who go by the name ’Instrument’, notebook by Imprimerie du Marais, Nigel Cabourn’s book on Scott’s Last Expedition, and an antique hunting dog desk ornament. Connect the dots.