Aptly named and available at Asos
Obey City Tote available at Urban Outfitters for $39.99
This is a great color and the weight is nice for Spring.
Woven 55% hemp, 45% recycled polyester
If you don’t have the £150 this shirt costs, I’m pretty sure you can create one yourself
Summer has hit NYC early, and so has J CREW’s fall collection. Last Thursday J. Crew presented their Fall collection at MILK Studios in NYC. Check out A Continuous Lean for all the looks. Mickey Drexler’s done a great job.
Skate legend Tommy Guerrero collaborated once again with Levi’s, this time in the form of a nice, minimal pocket tee with a bit of mexican flair. As per usual, you can find it in Japan at e-levi.
Moscot Mangito frames are solid, square, and inspired by ’60s-era Cuban glamour. They will make you look smart.
Fresh for Spring, this 100% Wax Cotton jacket with a hood is designed to keep you dry and looking fly. Poetry.
Our friends over at African Apparel have some new tees in their shop, including this Free Lil Weezy t-shirt by Craptical.
Looking for something other than a Red Wing boot?
$130.00 a pair
Japanese luggage designers Head Porter have just launched the “Harmony” collection. Love white! The HP threw me for a second….
Robert Geller collaborates with Common Projects to create the City Boot. It will be available in black, brown, or grey suede, and black or brown leather. Check out the shop talk with Robert Geller over at Valet Mag.
We know it’s still winter but, everyone is stocking the shelves for spring.
Finding a good polo is hard to do, especially if it’s not a Fred Perry. Original Fake‘s Spring 2010 line had this to offer, pretty nice.
In no way are we arbiters of Fashion but, while trolling through the countless runway images from the Fall 2010 shows in Milan we couldn’t help ourselves from picking out some looks that could feasibly make it into everyday life. And then, just for fun, we have decided to show you some that definitely won’t. Enjoy.
It is only January by the way, so we can expect a lot worse to go into production. Still, this collaboration between Emporio Armani and Reebok is pretty freaking disgusting.