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.
As the beginnings of a women’s workwear line that plunges into a lifestyle driven design philosophy, Syndrome is the ’her’ to established mens brand, ’Syndro’ out of Taiwan. Perfectly (geographically) positioned for production, a strong work ethic, passion, a growing economy, as well as access to an incredibly diverse range of textiles from neighbouring China, Korea, Japan, and further down to South East Asia; these guys are exceptionally geared for making niche luxury workwear.
This month we have been really excited about the idea of Barbour’s menswear team designing the Women’s Autumn Winter ’16 collection. The collection is very suitably called ’Timeless Originals’, a fitting theme for the Barbour who have been making great British outerwear since 1894 thanks to Scottish founder John Barbour who started the brand in South Shields.
Presenting an important Ponytail lesson about the internet, censorship, selective-ism, and an editing strategy when it comes to your brand - featuring our latest vintage spread in A Day magazine.