Though I have a fondness for clean and simple ceramic containers whether for coffee, a candle, or simply as storage for small items, coming across this brass planter immediately warrants its addition to my list of wants.
You’d be forgiven for having overlooked it given the way that Hender Scheme’s undyed leather homages to classic sneakers have captured the global imagination of late, but the Japanese brand also has a nice line in stationery and accessories...
Hodinkee has grown quite substantially since it's launch back in 2008 by Founder Ben Clymer, to become the single most respected publication today within the traditional watch industry, literally leading the way.
As July draws to a close, here on the West Coast we've finally hit a bit of a high point with the heat this summer, which means super lightweight and linen fabrics are on our mind at the moment.
Old Faithful Shop has been open for the last five years, and earlier this year they opened their second location in Toronto— the perfect move for the shop and the city.
William Kroll of Tender is a friend of mine, and has been since the official launch of his brand back in 2010, after a very wide received publicized exploration into the makings of his brand via super future website.
Friends and frequent collaborators, orSlow’s Ichiro Nakatsu and Fennica Beams’ Terry Ellis channel their shared love of both workwear and militaria into a single item with their forthcoming “railroad jacket.”
The With Love Project is run and based in the UK, by Chris Roberts and Rob Evans, documenting their quest to find and highlight the people who produce things locally with passion and with purpose, asking one single question along the way, "Why do you do what you do?”
Not that long ago, the idea of using natural or organic skin care products was synonymous with the word hippie and promised to offer some overwhelming scent, along with a dissatisfying...
We’ve written before about how Manchester’s Good Measure presents a singular North West-of-the-UK take on that most all-American of items the collegiate sweatshirt, managing to work in elements of their hometown’s textile production background without it feeling in any way contrived.
When it comes to the bucket hat, there are a lot of bland or poorly designed iterations floating around out there– I'm sure you've come across a few.