The Ponytail Summer Workwear Guide

The Ponytail Summer Workwear Guide

We're celebrating a new drop of salty Belgian Linen Coveralls made by our friends at Blluemade in NYC at PTJ+S this week with a special workwear editorial to inspire you for the warm weather.Pictured above, Lauren wears Blluemade Linen Coveralls, W'menswear Khadi Roll Neck Shirt, Vintage...
Summer in the Corn Fields

Summer in the Corn Fields

Above Sofia wears W'menswear Repairs Suit in Japanese Denim, gum boots, and vintage hat. Below, she wears W'menswear handwoven Ikat Pleated Army Dress, Hemp Bamboo Bag, and gum boots.Above Sofia wears W'menswear Khadi Porcelain Dress dyed Indigo by Slowstitch Studio, and W'menswear Jap...
Melbourne's saltiest schwag has a new home

Melbourne's saltiest schwag has a new home

Our friends at 'Pickings and Parry' have re-opened their doors to a beautiful new space, just a skip down from their original location in Melbourne's Fitzroy. I'm at the edge of my seat to tell you that they have unveiled their mint sister store, 'Heffernan and Haire' to sit side-by-side with the..…
FALLING LEAVES AND SOGGY EARTH.

FALLING LEAVES AND SOGGY EARTH.

As a designer, cook, gardener, skater, surfer, and someone who loves being active, Lauren loves to look back into history to root myself in the origins of ’how stuff came about’. Fascinated about ’why’ and ’how’ things came to be rather than following ephemeral trends for now reason, she designs by looking at how goodness in life came to be. Presenting a study of workwear, sportswear, and heritage garments, all of which inspire for next winter.
FOR THE BIRDS.

FOR THE BIRDS.

This week we welcome a newcomer in retail, Tom Clothes and Goods out of Los Angeles who have just set up shop online with prospects of a brick and mortar storefront in the sunny region. Stocking W’menswear and some really interesting brands for a product savy lady, we’ve got our eye her growing curatorial list. Today we’re getting cozy with founder Arielle Ackerman, and taking stock of her shiny new retail (ad)venture.
FAVOURITES FROM KAPITAL’S BAD OPERA RELEASE

FAVOURITES FROM KAPITAL’S BAD OPERA RELEASE

One soggy summer, team Kapital, our pal Eric Kvatek, a bunch of fresh faced Hungarian models, an all-woman army Eva Bajomi, and Lauren met in Budapest to dance the Kapital Autumn Winter 17 ho-down that became, "Bad Opera".
W’MENSWEAR ON THE RADAR: SYNDROME BY SYNDRO

W’MENSWEAR ON THE RADAR: SYNDROME BY SYNDRO

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.
THE SHIRT, FROM MEN’S UNDERGARMENT TO UNIVERSAL WORKHORSE.

THE SHIRT, FROM MEN’S UNDERGARMENT TO UNIVERSAL WORKHORSE.

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.
GO OUT CAMP vol. 12 WITH OUR PALS AT FILSON

GO OUT CAMP vol. 12 WITH OUR PALS AT FILSON

Our pal Sae Miyata repping the Filson team in Japan shares her photo essay of ’Go Out Camp vol. 12’, a big celebration of all things music, camping, and the outdoors just had their twelfth instalment at the base of Japan’s ionic Mount Fuji. ROCK !!! .
KAPITAL AT THE BAD OPERA.

KAPITAL AT THE BAD OPERA.

To enter into the wild world of Kapital is a little like stepping into a twisted wonderland, one that has its own gravitational force that has you walking upwards, backwards, inside, and outwards. Let us take you into the friend making, beer soaked experience that is the Kapital catalogue shoot, one that never disappoints and one that takes us to the famous and forgotten corners of the earth.