Laos Crispy Riverweed

Laos Crispy Riverweed

I looove seaweed… especially the crispy kind. My current favorite is the kind Lauren brought along our most recent W’menswear road trip to the south of Thailand. They are crispy seaweed sandwiches stuffed with sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, and almond slices, super addictive! Recently, my taste buds h…
Longtail Boat Ride on the Mekong River

Longtail Boat Ride on the Mekong River

With the sun still yet to rise, we loaded up the van and began making our way up north to a section of Mekong River where Thailand meets Lao and Myanmar. Known as Golden Triangle since the 1970s, the region has experienced a long and turbulent history of poppy cultivation, opium smuggling to proxy w…
W’menswear AW 20 Collection - ‘The Radical Spirit’

W’menswear AW 20 Collection - ‘The Radical Spirit’

We couldn’t be more thrilled to share with you the long-awaited W’menswear Autumn Winter 20 collection - ‘The Radical Spirit’ This season we took a field trip to the Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar meet at the confluence of Mekong rivers. It was an adventure wher..…
The W'menswear Summer Sale

The W'menswear Summer Sale

The W’menswear Summer Sale is here! Take advantage of 20 - 40% off Spring Summer 20 Collection on our webstore. Summer is a wonderful time to carve funnest memories with love ones while exploring the great outdoor. Whether it’s following a trail, fishing in the lake or taking a dip in the ocean, t..…
W’M Culture Club: Behind the Poetic Lens of Christian Vizl

W’M Culture Club: Behind the Poetic Lens of Christian Vizl

In the age of the internet, images of humans swimming with sea turtles, whales, sharks you name it, give us the false impression that these encounters are easy to come by. In reality, it takes lots of effort, patience, and serendipity. I have huge respect for underwater photographers. It’s more than…
Whipping the Blanket Off Ocean Floor

Whipping the Blanket Off Ocean Floor

Over 200 million years ago, all earth’s continents were part of a single supercontinent called ‘Pangea’. A fact, proven by Maria Tharp a geologist, and Oceanographic cartographer. Her discoveries and accurate seafloor mapping had paved the groundwork for us in understanding earth's geological past a…
Wearable Equipment

Wearable Equipment

For most of my 20s, my office uniform was fairly straightforward: a black dress, perhaps a cardigan to rally against air-conditioning overuse, and maybe on a good day - shiny ballet flats. Hardly the most comfortable or functional clothes, but this rinse-and-repeat approach streamlined mornings, kep…
Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans

Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans

I find myself taking in a deep breath whenever I look at an awe-inspiring mural. From political to social movements, murals act like a billboard that voice issues in society. It’s a renegade artform that speaks of expression and multiplicity. Like art, murals have no conceptual boundaries, just t..…
Can we learn something from our deep-sea friends?

Can we learn something from our deep-sea friends?

There is so much we don’t know about the ocean, about 95% of it to give you an idea. For all we know aliens could be living below the surface. Some scientists are even suggesting that the best place to learn about extraterrestrial life is in our oceans. Personally, I couldn’t agree more as one of th…
The Flare Pants with a Flair

The Flare Pants with a Flair

Did you know that flared trousers were originally designed to be utility pants? Until recently, I never would have considered the flare to be on that list. The British Royal Navy decided to make the trousers a uniform item in 1817. The pants later made their way beyond the military line in the 1960…