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The Boston Heist is a nice looking, carry-all bag with a great name.
“The bag’s 24.5 litre zippered main compartment features a large cargo space complete with four-pockets, and a padded sleeve for 17-inch laptops. While a further two external zippered pockets provide enough space for your iPad, book, passport, tickets and frequently used smaller items for easy access.”
Lifehacker has put together a really great infographic to help you pick the best time to make purchases. From appliances and HDTV’s, to cruises, it’s all broken down by month.
It’s not a shoe that is new to the market by any means but, the Ellington is sweet nonetheless.
Photographer and friend Julia Chesky takes us through the best holiday windows in New York
If you want to learn how to dress like a fashionable American Man, this is your place.
The Pop Up Flea: Friday November 19th (3-9pm), Saturday the 20th (11am-7pm) and Sunday the 21st (11am-6pm)
Openhouse Gallery at 201 Mulberry Street (btw Spring and Kenmare) NYC
Vendors include: Oak Street Bootmakers, J.W Hulme, Levi’s Vintage Clothing, L.L. Bean Signature, Smith + Butler, Tellason, Billykirk, Aether, Tanner Goods, Scout Original, Wooden Sleepers, Riviera Club, Alexander Olch, Gant, Oliver Spencer, The Hill-Side / Hickoree’s Hard Goods, Grown & Sewn, Stanley & Sons, J.Crew, Gitman Brothers Vintage, Schott NYC, Digby & Iona, Alexander West, Leather Head / Lemon Ball + a few other surprises.
We always love it when internet brands break into the physical space. This year for the holiday season Cool Hunting in a partnership with Gap has opened their first pop-up shop. Located on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, the store features locally sourced products handpicked by the editors of the trendsetting website. The shop opens its doors today through January 2nd, 2011.
Cool Hunting for Gap
680 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10019 USA
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: 11am – 8pm
Somebody told me if you see squirrels acting crazy right about now, it means it’s going to be a cold winter. I’ve been seeing a lot of that, and think that an appropriate consumer approach would be to buy some new boots. Sorel makes some great ones, and above you see two of my favorites.
See you soon.
176 Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn, New York
10am – 5pm
This beautiful, black leather desert boot from Opening Ceremony is a fantastic entry into the Desert Boot category. We just hope it stays this good looking with age. $264.00 at the V-Store.