Anne explores the values of legacy and respect in which Bedouin nomadic tribes have treated their clothing for centuries. Travel through the desert with her during World War I, an unexpected place to find much food for thought on how we value our most simple wardrobe items.
We’re throwing it down for the guys this weekend with our funnest game of Salt-a-matics featuring our saltiest smells, schwagg, potions, and pastes because fun.
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.
Listen up gals. Sometimes its hard enough choosing basics and essentials for ourselves, so when it comes to shopping for a man, so let me take you through some key basics and classic shapes to get you on your way.
Some super exciting news for the w’menswear department came this week, when we found out our pals Battenwear are making small sizes of their great outdoorwear for women! That’s why we decided to go camping in their NYC studio, in the name of FUNNEST GARMENTS POSSIBLE
History is what inspires and informs who we are here at Ponytail Journal. It guides us forwards, inspires us to create, and perhaps gives us space to revisit our own identity. This week’s w’menswear editorial is much a reflection of history’s greatness that we strive to keep alive. The setting is much inspired by early portraiture that characterised early photography where thought, consideration, styling and the preciousness of each shot were made it special.
A few weeks back I took team Weekend Weekly magazine around my hangouts in Bangkok. This is how it went down, and out popped...