Ohio-based t-shirt maker Homage has really been gaining ground as of late. Either that or we’re really late to the party. I was turned to Homage about two months ago, and since then, I’ve picked up a few tees from their online shop. The goods are solid, folks, as the brand’s not on
This season, OC and Timberland continue their fruitful collaboration with these watershoes. Humberto Leo, Co-Founder of Opening Ceremony, was seen rocking these beauties in the streets of Paris this past weekend. They’ll be available for normal folks like you and I come July.
The broom wagon, the centerpiece of Rapha’s Cycle Club space, has finally made its way over from the UK to its new Bowery home here in New York. With a Stumptown Coffee-fuled cafe, a 36′ long community table where to enjoy as much live bicycle racing as the folks can show, we truly belie
Select J.Crew shops will soon be taking stock of the Lot 484 jean, made in collaboration with Japanese denim house Warehouse. This special pair follows Warehouse’s 800 series with a rinsed and aged 14oz vintage, which is made to mimic 50 year old dead stock denim. Frank Muytjens and company have d
If you’re looking to book a trip for a much-needed vacation, be sure to first browse Businessweek’s list of The World’s Most Expensive Cities of 2010. ECA International, a global human resources company, narrowed the list down to 30 by basing their ranking on a basket of 128 goods
With camo print now available on just about any product you can think of from men’s backpacks to women’s Prada handbags, why not pick up a wallet that’s as rugged as the era the design depicts. Maxx & Unicorn Co. have this limited edition piece that’s made right over the
There’s much to see enjoy when viewing Thom Browne‘s S/S 2011 collection. The creative mind has hit an all-time high as he looks to deliver sports jackets in an array of fabrics including seersucker and cotton madras, which happens to be the shirt fabric of choice at the present moment.
For S/S 2011, skull-print coats and pants are coupled with slim-cut blazers, providing plenty of black and white ensembles from Comme des Garcons. Combat boots are looking good with the cropped pants, but there’s plenty more to appreciate from the Japanese label. If you’re not digging th
Much of the gear from Junya Watanabe for next spring takes inspiration from classic French sailing attire and when you pair timeless gear like boat shirts and white pants with a pair of white bucks, we notice. “A jolt of American mid-century hipster attitude that results in white bucks paired
Since 1981, Tokyo-based designer Yohji Yamamoto has been crafting timeless menswear pieces that are as eye pleasing as they are functional. The S/S 2011 collection which blessed the runway at this weeks’ Paris Fashion Week delivers nothing less than expected. The line’s filled with some
Today marks the beginning of the invasion of Paris by (capsule). Some of today’s best progressive and neo-contemporary men’s brands will be on display all weekend at the tradeshow’s new home in the Marais, Garage Turenne. As this is the seventh season the show’s been on, the brand li