Timelapse of Los Angeles shopping malls circa 1990.
An instructional sales film from the 1960s by Vincent Price for The Vincent Price Collection of Fine Art at Sears Roebuck.
The Japanese retailer has finally launched an online store. Look good for cheap.
via, four pins
Gone are the days of being a walking rectangle, what J. Crew is doing with men’s suits is outstanding. Affordable and stylish, their Ludlow Suit is crafted from exquisite fabrics (think Loro Piana) and cut to reflect the modern man’s need to look great without going broke. We recently visited their Ludlow flagship in Tribeca and came out both impressed and well-dressed. Have a look above at what you can expect to see once inside.
If you’re in the market for a suit, this store is the answer.
The Ludlow Shop at 50 Hudson
50 Hudson St. (at Thomas St.), NYC
Time Bracelet, Man Stove, Wizard Glass… Pleated Jeans adds some humor to Target,
Today through Sunday (6/24) at Klughaus Gallery in Chinatown. Stop by, we’ve got some gear there.
‘I Think She Ready’ featuring FKi, Iggy Azalea and Diplo… The World’s First Interactive Shoppable Music Video.
If you’ve been in search of a notebook to call your own, look no further than Bound Custom Journals ($10-$50). Available in a 48-page softcover or a 140-page linen, you are able to pick and choose from a variety of page styles that go beyond the traditional blank, lined, or gridded page options. Think maps, logs, calendars, contacts, checklists, music listings, storyboards, wireframes, clothing outlines, games, or recipes. The hardest part is choosing just one. Examples after the jump.
Bureau of Trade: A site that digs deep to direct you towards off-beat things to buy
Lifehacker puts together The Best Time to Buy Anything in 2012… I can’t wait until May to buy a winter jacket though.
“the world’s largest and most comprehensive retail, entertainment, amusement, recreation, and tourism project ever built,” Too bad it will likely be hell on earth.
Check out the Canvas backpack from Asos’s military trend. I guess military will always be in fashion? Only $64.03. No clue where that 3 extra cents comes from…