As an avid fan of pullover shirts, I was quite pleased to come across this indigo denim version made by Japanese brand Anachronorm, currently in their tenth year.
Our friends Walter and Savannah at Old Faithful Shop have created a couple of beautiful task lamps under their in-house line OFS., one in walnut and one in white powder coated steel.
Epaulet continues to build their footwear collection through new additions like their in-house line of 60's style sneakers, as well as continued Alden special make-ups that they've always made over the years.
Left Field NYC has built a solid reputation for creating a mix of military style chino's, trousers and denim, from Japanese or American cottons and denim alike.
A great fitting, washed denim jacket is the perfect all-season item to have in your arsenal, worn in countless occasions.
Our good friend and photographer Jeremy Koreski just launched a site for his prints yesterday, to coincide with the opening of his show Straight Down, which took place here in Victoria last night.
Calgary based North American Quality Purveyors Shop have made a handsome pair of wool tweed overshirts this season with New England Shirt Company.
This winter I'm working on breaking out of the all-dark-colours mold with heavier and wool trousers, and what better way to do so, than with a pair of eggplant herringbone tweed pants.
Plaid shirts are nearly everywhere–as they have been over the last century and in every possible variant of pattern size, colour and of course fabric.
J.S. Homestead teamed up with The Hill-Side, to create Skein-Dyed Indigo Kimono fabric Work Shirts, this iteration is number three of a five part series.
Founder and designer for Oak Street Bootmakers, George Vlagos, just sent over the newest footwear iteration that releases today– the Calfskin Bit Loafer.