I’m sure that by now the concept of “sustainability” in the fashion industry isn’t anything new or unheard of, in fact the idea of it has become a part of many brands' values and embedded as the ethical shopping mantra for customers. Fast-fashion is slowly becoming redundant as more consumers swap o…
We're proud as a peach to be announcing that the raddest gals Meri and Stacey of 9th Street Vintage in New York are now stocking W'menswear amongst their beautifully curated selection of vintage... just for the gals. In celebration of this great news, our editor at large and New York local Eric Kv..…
Passion and obsession are words commonly thrown around when describing hunters and collectors of vintage clothing and antiquities. It's down right difficult to avoid it. Trying to describe Sean Crowley without using them would in fact be nearly impossible. Sean Crowley's obsession for vintage Brit..…
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 followed Nigel Cabourn and Emilie Casiez to the Halley Stevensons Oilcloth Factory in Dundee, Scotland, where together we produced a special hand painted camouflage fabric for AW18.
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.
Lauren explains the significance of wartime for women and how these dark points through history sparked radical change for the future for Vogue’s Style column.
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.
Chez Vogue Australia this week Lauren talks about banishing the sartorial anxiety that is ’fear-of-missing-out’ to embrace the wardrobe that is utterly you.
There’s nothing like starting the new year with one of our favourite flea market events in the world, Made By Legacy, one that prides itself on well curated vintage, heritage wear, deliciousness, great tunes, good booze and most of all the best of fun. This weekend, we’ll be throwing down our favourite vintage pieces like Early 20th Century French workwear and homewear, Thai antique ikats, USMC Vietnam war era and WW2 era goods, W’menswear Fall schwagg, and bags by our pals Revision Society.
It’s that time of the year again, and in Hong Kong that means fake snow and ridiculously lavish mall installations. While the high-street brands adorn their plastic mannequins with the anointed sequined dress of the season, we’ve done a little Ponytail round-up of Hong Kong’s homegrown stores that are anything but fake. It’s only natural that when you find people and projects so dedicated to their craft, they only need to whisper to be heard.