I just happened to find myself at the right time and place during road worlds at Richmond yesterday when Sagan made his move on the 23rd street climb. Definitely didn’t expect to find myself on international TV coverage taking the photo of it happening, either.
The Hill-Side has come a long way from their humble beginnings in pocket squares, ties, scarves, and other simple Japanese and American-milled textile accessories. Today the collection consists of those things still but adds shirts, sneakers, jackets, and even denim. For Summer 15 they’ve shot their entire lookbook within a few blocks of their South Williamsburg home base, which also happens to be where their brick and mortar shop Hickoree’s is located. Check out the lookbook in full here and keep an eye on THS- FW15 has some really good stuff coming.
JP gave me one of these adventure cams way too long ago and seeing the galleries of processed cameras reminds me that I’ve been slacking off finishing the remaining exposures.. soon JP i swear! See all the galleries over here.
Last week I shot the fella’s from Reanimator Coffee in their new cafe and roasting facility while wearing some FW15 pieces from Gitman Vintage, Battenwear, Fidelty Sportswear, and more for Art in the Age (aka my day job). Check out the full edit over here.
Ryan Tatar is a San Fransisco based photographer. These are two spectacular instax photographs that he took, see more of his work here.
“Take-out” editorial content from Que Pasa Shop, more good stuff here.
Pictured are some of my favorite shots from the new Woolrich White line photographed by the talented Emiliano Granado. I really enjoy the styling throughout the lookbook, especially the women’s looks. Just yesterday I had the opportunity to get a hands-on look at the pieces while they were on display at Liberty. With only select pieces of the line being produced in the states a majority of the collection falls at a very affordable price point. White ranks below the Woolen Mills and John & Bros lines but above their regular Woolrich line, for reference. For more lookbook content visit Emilano’s gallery here.
Side note: Emiliano got together with our friends at FairEnds through Yonder Journal to create some handsome wool caps, check em out!
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.