Today Ponytail Journal takes you back to the Vietnam War. Wars are merciless, though one could say that the money put into war technology has catalysed change, rippling through our civilised world in years following devastation. For people who are fascinated by vintage and military gear, can’t really avoid USMC timepieces. What about a field watch then? Does it have its own brick and mortar functions? Or sets of rules it runs by? YES! Holy moly does it have a lot! Songyi Yan takes us through the humble plastic wind-up.
Adornment and functionality seem to be sartorial distinctions between mens and womenswear throughout history, though after WWII we saw a big transition of women into the manual workforce and military - one of our favourite periods in shirting history. Presenting the shirtiest editorial we’ve done.
It is our duty here is to point your noses towards goodness. We are pushing for a new, inconspicuous definition of that really overused word, ’luxury’. So here is our combined effort to continue expressing freedoms that come with existence. The freedom to continue in a climate of much political strangeness, and the freedom to show the world what goodness is really made of. Presenting, Good-Manners
We take you over to London for the London Collection: Men’s shows where the Nigel Cabourn team killed the runway for a celebration of men and women through History
Tonight the Nigel Cabourn family will officially celebrate vintage military, great women through history, and the beauty in detail with ’Cabourn’s Vintage Exhibition & Ballroom’ in Tokyo. We give you a sneak peek to tantalise your tastebuds for delicious w’menswear to come.
Mixing new and old has always been the PTJ game. We take you to ball practice in Tokyo’s Yoyogi park with some PTJ Pals + Nike to throw down a mixtape of today’s modern classics in sportswear.