Let us invite you on the journey of a single pair of jeans, through the open air laundry system called the Dhoby Ghat in India. It’s here you’ll understand why you can find some of the most beautifully worn-in denim in the world.
The secret’s out folks! PTJ Supplies are having a salty sale ! Grab yourself a timeless W’menswear workwear piece for an absolute steal. We’ve given you a sneaky lil preview of all of the saltiest items at your last chance to bag em while they’re still flipping.
For the March issue of Travel + Leisure South East Asia, Lauren shared her Slow Fashion philosophy that is the foundation of the W’menswear brand, as well as her favourite experiences around the region. In light of today’s issue launch, we are giving you a big bite into what makes her tick with a very meaty interview by Travel + Leisure South East Asia’s assistant editor Veronica Inveen.
A huge event on the Los Angeles Vintage calendar is Inspiration where the cream-of-the-crop world’s best vintage and heritage rag businesses gather for a stunning show in Southern California. Our buddy Eric Kvatek went to explore the treasures on display and on the floor at this massive annual event. You’ll see friends and new faces from all over the states as well as those who had hopped over from Japan like The Real McCoys, Clutch Magazine, J’Antiques, and local heroes like Hellers Cafe, Indian Motorcycles, Lewis Leathers, along with many newcomers who are imparting their own flavour on the show floor.
Trailing the buzz of last week’s Los-Angeles-centric vintage bonanza that is Inspiration and the Rose Bowl Flea, we asked our pal, favourite photographer, and PTJ wireman Eric Kvatek to give us a two part serving of vintage deliciousness.
Kenji Wong’s work breathes life in Hong Kong’s unique culture through his various creative projects and intricately designed apparel and today we’ll be picking at Kenji’s brain for a little peek at what makes him tick.
Let this be some inspiration for you to play with your existing wardrobe with a new pair of eyes. You may find a new space where new, old, classic, and niche can make friends in a very cultivated way.
This Spring Summer 17 will be welcoming the start of the funkier narrative for the newly launched Red Wing Heritage Women’s line, only two seasons young.
Setsubun, the day before the first of Spring on the Japanese calendar falls on the 3rd of February, this Friday. We are pleased to be celebrating the cleansing of evil from the previous year (very much needed, thanks 2016) with a new drop of Spring Summer looks to get your appetite wet for goodness to come this year.
One soggy summer, team Kapital, our pal Eric Kvatek, a bunch of fresh faced Hungarian models, an all-woman army Eva Bajomi, and Lauren met in Budapest to dance the Kapital Autumn Winter 17 ho-down that became, "Bad Opera".
Today Ponytail Journal takes you back to the Vietnam War. Wars are merciless, though one could say that the money put into war technology has catalysed change, rippling through our civilised world in years following devastation. For people who are fascinated by vintage and military gear, can’t really avoid USMC timepieces. What about a field watch then? Does it have its own brick and mortar functions? Or sets of rules it runs by? YES! Holy moly does it have a lot! Songyi Yan takes us through the humble plastic wind-up.
On the radar this week, we are zooming into our friends at Heddels who produced a tasty studio visit to FDMTL in Tokyo. It’s interesting to watch indigo sprout, bloom, blossom, and start to decay throughout the world as we find ourselves meditating on workwear taking strides and lengths of time through a harsh trend-based landscape.