Robert Geller in Men’s Fudge Magazine


May’s issue of Japanese mag Men’s Fudge has put the spotlight on Robert Geller, a man who’s taken New York fashion to unique aspirational heights. Since coming to the United States from his native Germany in order to study fashion, Geller has become a fashion representative of New York. “Taking a base of strength and romanticism, a very manly style, I add the fine details of art and music. Strength alone is not enough, and soft sensitivity by itself is not enough. The sensation of mixing both is what’s important.”

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Delvaux Newpaper Briefcase

Selectism turns us to one of Europe's oldest handbag manufacturers, Belgium's Delvaux. Established in 1829, the brand's remained independent for nearly two centuries while keeping its quality and reputation intact. Their Newspaper Briefcase is featured on Openers and is well...

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Hickey’s Baracuda Jacket in Yellow

Water resistant and made in Italy, this may be our favorite Baracuda jacket for the season. Hickey's version (via Selectism) has a magnificent yellow shell that contrasts nicely with the inner lining. Buy It: $595 at Hickey ...

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Outlier Climber Pants


Having a tough time find pants that provide the right amount of… ventilation? Well, look no further than Outlier‘s Climber Pants (via Selectism). “The Outlier Climber pants are a full on reengineering of slim cut pants for a cyclists world. The innovative vertical yoke removes most of the traditional stress points that cycling generates in a garment, allowing for a free range of movement. The curved waistband is higher in the back to hide your crack from the world and lower in the front to allow you to lean forward and ride in comfort.”

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F/W 2009: Steven Alan Lookbook


Courtesy of ACL, we bring you Steven Alan’s campaign for Autumn/Winter 2009. Casual yet preppy, the collection goes neck deep in plaid and rugged design, all of which has certainly impressed us. MW puts it best: “Perfectly disheveled. The AW09 range is no different. Mr. Alan puts forward another solid collection of clothes I just want to own and wear.”

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Mykita 2009 Collection Lookbook by Mark Borthwick


With a warm, wondrous spontaneity infusing his work, British-born Mark Borthwick is revered for his personal style of photography. For Mykita‘s 2009 campaign, he integrated elements of fashion, architecture, and design to develop a uniquely personal and intuitive approach. In March, he used his residence in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn as the canvas for Mykita’s campaign and the finished product was exceptional. The campaign even features some of his friends and family.

We don’t know whether we’re more impressed by Mykita’s 2009 collection Borthwick’s work. You be the judge.

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Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair Black Linen Baggy Pants


Interesting craftsmanship by the people over at Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair. These baggy pants in a black linen finish feature a dropped crotch with twisted seam legs. Fine detail in the cuffed hem as well as with the vertical welt pockets at the front and the button pocket in the back. They deserve some room in your closet for the coming season no matter what part of the country you’re in.

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