It is that time of year currently, where layers have become a daily requirement before venturing outdoors, though here on the west coast it's still warmer than for our friends to the east.
JPLC is a Brooklyn based luggage brand that works tirelessly on producing the very best item they can possibly conceive with every detail perfect for release.
Our friends Raan and Shea from Apolis have been steadily building their company over the last ten years, specializing almost exclusively in scaling artisan groups from Nepal, Uganda, Bangladesh, and in several other places across the globe.
Japanese leather atelier Roberu, best known for its iPhone cases which have been picked up by the likes of NYC’s Hickoree’s and Paris’Colette, introduces a revamped version of its best selling product just in time for Apple’s launch of the iPhone 6s.
Renowned Japanese label Yoshida is celebrating 80 years of business this year, with an assortment of collaborative bags, luggage and items, made by a host of artists and labels of their esteemed caliber.
To coincide with the new season, Nigel Cabourn has launched an updated website and shop featuring a paired back aesthetic with a considerably lighter feel from the last iteration.
The tailored wool sweatpant movement has firmly taken root within menswear over the last couple of years, and with no lack of options available, making a decision in terms of fit or impact on your wallet can be a task.
Yuketen designer and founder Yuki Matsuda, has spent years cultivating relationships with the best leather footwear and and luggage craftspeople he is able to find.
Polartec is a name synonymous with extremely cold climates or winter weather and typically has been used in a plethora of technical outerwear that at times in the past, has left lots to be desired in some ways.
Our friends in Seattle at Scout have just released the newest item in their well appointed, carefully considered roster, with the 50/50 T-shirt which perfectly encapsulates what the brand represents.
The construction of the collegiate-style US sweatshirt is undoubtedly a key element in it coming to be regarded as a true design classic, and with this hooded zip-through piece Japan’s FilMelange illustrates that make-up perfectly.