We followed Nigel Cabourn and Emilie Casiez to the Halley Stevensons Oilcloth Factory in Dundee, Scotland, where together we produced a special hand painted camouflage fabric for AW18.
Our latest style guide for Hard Hitting Gals lends itself to keeping that fire lit within during winter's coldest bite. Make way for our special mix of new gear and vintage in this Ponytorial featuring lots of our friends.
It’s important to have heroes. Heroes nurture our souls with their wisdom and bravery, and provide clarity in an overly complicated world.
We went to the breezy provence of Phetchaburi, two hours drive south of Bangkok in search for delicious produce and the funnest hangouts with the locals. First stop, we went straight to Pladib restaurant\'s very own working farm where we tried their beautiful heirloom tomatoes and sugarcane juice. On day two we explored the beautiful land that is looked after by a resort geared for Thai adventurers. Follow the adventure.
A ponytorial which is our very own shoutout to enjoying movement, friendship, and being consumed by the moment.
Lauren explains the significance of wartime for women and how these dark points through history sparked radical change for the future for Vogue’s Style column.
Over at our Ponytail Supplies store, we’ve fully stocked up on all the coziest, and hard working W’menswear schwagg for winter. Inspired by designer Lauren’s passion for slow-made textiles, and photographs of her British grandparents during World War II, the collection is intricately layered with research, developed for hard hitting gals of today. Browse the collection here
We would like to introduce you to three raddest, funnest, grooviest gals, Tan, Una, and Xiao Bai, of Groovy store, who leave judgment at the door.
Today at Ponytail Supplies we are chuffed to be releasing the first drop of the W’menswear AW17 collection. This winter, the brand has reshaped some of the most iconic men’s workhorses, so watch out for some hard working winter staples that will keep giving for years to come.
The release of the Kapital Autumn Winter 17 catalogue, "Blue High Ways" is an epic milestone (literally) for our friends designer Kiro Hirata and photographer Eric Kvatek. The book is a 6000 mile feat of organisation, friendship and letting-loose in the vast landscape that we know as the United States of America. Here is your specially curated window into the trip, narrated by Eric himself.