Above: W'menswear Bush Dress in Camo, Suicoke Sandals Below: Good 'Ol Whats-her-face Freedom Flight Pants, W'menswear Combat Tank, Bush Shirt, model's own shoes Above: W'menswear Bush Tunic and Crazy Border Trousers Below: Papa Nui Beach Master Hat, W'menswear Bus...
It’s May of 1975 and the Joshi-Tohan Club, a group of female mountaineers, led by Junko Tabei, are scaling the savage face of Mt. Everest despite an avalanche having just decimated their camp. The Joshi-Tohan Club was the first all-female climbing club in Japan, founded by Tabei herself. These wo..…
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.
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.
Our natural universe has brought us heat waves, cold bouts, hail, and the most sublime sunsets all summer long. It is a fact that all of this mystery has deeply affected how our creative juices have churned here at Ponytail Journal. So once again we would love to bring you on board our ship headed to the sparkling waters of unmanned territory - that is the way forwards. It seems very familiar, yet a little strangely different all the same.
Get acquainted with the lush layering that Ray Beams and RBS have brought to the city for Spring Summer 17.
As the weather sinks into a foggy slumber, autumn brings a light bite to the air as we start to rug up and set up camp for the winter solstice. We bring you some inspiration for the colder months in collaboration with our pals at Revision Society who have developed a new set of versatile winter pieces, designed to adapt to the changing weather, and made completely from surplus fabrics from luxury garment production that would otherwise go into landfill.
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.
A great fabric has the power to elevate design and give life to it, thanks to the way it was made, or perhaps the history it carries within its fibres. When we get dressed we should consider the appropriateness of a fabric to the occasion, climate, or perhaps the mood we might be in that day.
Investing in timeless style is priceless. That’s why I worked with Australian label Country Road this Southern Hemisphere winter to give some food-for-thought about how we can consider our own personal style.
Our latest mens style profile delves into the realms of basketball, hip-hop, and thrift stores with the ever impeccably dressed Onra.