Yet another killer season for Brooklyn accessory brand The Hill-Side and a colorful lookbook shot by Josh Wool on location in New York’s flower district. They couldn’t have picked a better location for their latest collection of ties, caps, totes, shoes, and all the other playfully patterned pieces The Hill-Side is producing for Spring and Summer. Click through any image to see the rest of the collection or visit their site here.
The good dudes over at Hackney GT are not only lovers of cycling but appreciators of the beautiful game and the music of Brazil- Russ himself is actually an eclectic dj whose mixes bring together all sorts of global genres. To celebrate the World Cup landing in Brazil this Summer Hackney GT’s created a jersey for men and women designed with motifs borrowed from the nation’s flag. Swoop here, go for a ride, and watch the games! Photographs by Geoff Waugh.
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I’ve accumulated a pretty good collection of cycling socks and some of my favorites have been Tenspeed Hero and Girafe Sportive (their side line) designs produced by Defeet. All of the socks pictured above are done up in Defeet’s tried and true Aireator design- tall, light, and made in the USA. Check out the TSH shop for some of their new styles and colorsways.
As always I’m interested to see what Rapha‘s doing each new season and this collection does not disappoint. New styles of old favorite pieces, and new additional pieces that expand the brand’s offerings for the sartorially discerned cyclist. I’ll just touch on what caught my eye but the whole lookbook can be viewed here.
The Trade Jersey (pictured above) was introduced last year but they’ve taken the concept of the jersey further with the addition of embroidered text and graphics inspired by the heroes.
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“Take-out” editorial content from Que Pasa Shop, more good stuff here.
The Collective Quarterly is a new travel and lifestyle publication with a side of menswear, food, you name it. The premier issue takes their three-man team to Marfa, Texas to explore and report their findings in 200 pages of writing, photographs, and illustrations. Following in the steps of publications like Monocle and Inventory they’ve partnered with their favorite brands to create unique and exclusive pieces. Currently being offered in their store is a series of collaborative products between Faribault Woolen Mills, Duluth Pack, and Fischer Clothing to create a blanket, backpack, and vest. Keep an eye out for the launch of the first issue in March or get a step a head and preorder a copy.
Just a couple looks from both the Engineered Garments and sister FWK line’s SS14 lookbooks, see both in full over at Nepenthes.
Jake Stangel shoots the Rapha City Riding collection throughout Antwerp and Berlin. This year’s collection brings some new pieces (merino gilet) as well as past favorites with updated features and of course new colors. The ‘old gold’ color pops up in quite a few pieces like the long sleeve city jersey & winter city socks. One thing that did stick out to me was the unnamed brown jacket which I’m quite sure is a yet to be released color of the already offered city rain jacket. I personally own their classic softshell jacket and it’s easily my favorite piece of kit, I certainly wouldn’t mind adding a more casual piece of Rapha outerwear to closet. View the rest of the lookbook here and some words with Stangel on the Rapha blog.
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