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...
This week is a big week for us, as we launch new brands to the PTJ+S family. Introducing Bags In Progress from NYC, lightweight and super functional bags designed by our Japanese American designer pal Chiharu Hayashi. Her well thought out bags are mindful of practicality, while keeping a clean cut…
Hmong hill tribe villagers wear garments that are cultivated, spun, woven, dyed, and stitched themselves from start to finish. Compared to the colorful and heavily embroidered garments for special occasions, their everyday wear is less adorned, yet still incredibly beautiful. Women may wear a loose-…
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.
We are celebrating workwear this Labour Day with a flash sale of our saltiest, hard hitting garments. Only you will have access to our special discount code today.
Let us invite you on the journey of a single pair of jeans, through the open air laundry system called the Dhoby Ghat in India. It’s here you’ll understand why you can find some of the most beautifully worn-in denim in the world.
This Spring Summer 17 will be welcoming the start of the funkier narrative for the newly launched Red Wing Heritage Women’s line, only two seasons young.
On the radar this week, we are zooming into our friends at Heddels who produced a tasty studio visit to FDMTL in Tokyo. It’s interesting to watch indigo sprout, bloom, blossom, and start to decay throughout the world as we find ourselves meditating on workwear taking strides and lengths of time through a harsh trend-based landscape.
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.
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.
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.