Billy Reid ‘Rise’ Charity Tee

Billy Reid 'Rise' Charity Tee

Alabama-based designer Billy Reid looks to lend a hand by contributing to disaster relief initiatives with his “Rise” charity t-shirt. The tee comes in sizes for both men and women and is available for $38, with profits going directly to the Red Cross Tornado Disaster Relief Fund.

Leffot x Quoddy Venetian Mocs

Leffot x Quoddy Venetian Mocs

Leffot teams up with Quoddy once again but this time for their rendition of the Maine-based brand’s Venetian Moccasin. the shell’s made of Horween unlined Chromexcel leather with full cushioned insoles and camp soles, making them extremely soft, flexible and lightweight.

Heritage Research x Rivendell Mountain Works S/S 2011 Collection

Heritage Research x Rivendell Mountain Works S/S 2011 Collection

Heritage Research is teaming up with Rivendell Mountain Works this summer to deliver a small range of products worth checking out.

All Rivendell packs are handmade by Eric Hardee at his workshop in the shadow of Mount Rainier. He has made 5 classic RMW packs in exclusive colourways and fabrics for Heritage Research including the legendary Jensen Pack in a smaller citypack pattern.

Beyond the travel packs, the collaboration brings specially woven summerweight English wool for shorts, Japanese oxford and chambray cotton and linen shirts and duo tone lightweight dry wax Longline Parkas. (via Selectism)

Reyn Spooner Swimwear Spring/Summer 2011

Reyn Spooner Swimwear Spring/Summer 2011

The weather’s warming up and the pools are open, folks. You might want to hop into some new swimwear to start the season right. Reyn Spooner has a few new shorts up for grabs, each appealing to a different style. There’s a 5″ vintage surf length short that’s reminiscent of 50’s, a 7″ classic trunk that hits right above the knee and a 10.5″ board short that’s more in line with the current Hawaii surf culture. Look for these in both solids and a wide variety of prints.

Tenue de Nîmes Private Label Shirts Spring/Summer 2011

Tenue de Nîmes Private Label Shirts Spring/Summer 2011

Amsterdam’s Tenue de Nîmes has announced the first chapter of a hand-crafted private label. The philosophy behind their private label is simple:

Each Tenue de Nîmes garment will be built in limited, exclusive quantities, under decent, proper circumstances from the best available materials that our supplies can get their hands on.

And from this comes an essential men’s shirt in basic navy, black and white. They were made by a Polish family that has been making shirts for almost 40 years. They’re able to monitor the entire process from raw fabric to final product and their attention to detail shines through. These shirts are delivered in a classic silhouette with a fit that’s as timeless as the design. We can’t wait to see what else they have in store.

Junya Watanabe Man x Vanson Leathers Motorcycle Jacket

Junya Watanabe Man x Vanson Leathers Motorcycle Jacket

Junya teams up with Vanson to make a jacket for the all American street wear bad boys out there. This classic motorcycle jacket has an asymmetrical zip front and pockets and zippers galore. While the zippers make the jacket stand out a bit they aren’t overwhelming, ensuring that this will be a piece with some longevity in your wardrobe. Whether you ride a Harley or the train to get to where you need to be, this jacket is a fly option.

Rapha City Riding | Tailored Jacket for S/S 2011

Rapha City Riding | Tailored Jacket for S/S 2011

If you are unfamiliar with Rapha the premise is simple: if James Bond rode a bike he would wear Rapha. They make wonderfully tailored gear for the cycling crowd making, “I bike to work” not an excuse for sloppy attire. The tradition continues with the Tailored Jacket for Spring 2011. In addition to looking sharp, it features details specific to the biking crowd: pleats in the rear shoulders, fastening storm-collar, and a zippered key pocket on the left arm to name a few. This marriage between form and function puts Rapha’s gear in a league of its own.

Factotum Natural Indigo Chambray Denim Shirt

Factotum Natural Indigo Chambray Denim Shirt

This natural indigo dyed chambray denim shirt comes Japanese label Factotum. We don’t see much of their product in the states but we’re not surprised Blue in Green is the spot carrying them. After all, they’re known for carrying hard-to-find brands on the regular. They don’t slack on quality either, just look at this denim shirt. It’s really well made and features left chest pocket and an inner concealed pocket on the right.