We’ve been admiring UK label Harry Stedman since its inception a couple of years back, for its compelling brand concept as much as its contemporary renderings of menswear staples.
Apolis have done a remarkable job at creating military inspired, wearable clothing, while being completely committed to advocacy through industry, using business as a force for good.
It's funny how you're able to tell that spring is in the air with the abundance of lighter weight items and sneakers pouring onto shelves in shops near and far.
Leave it to a Japanese stationery brand, whose focus is on creating items that retain the inherent character of the materials used, to also have something of an industrial feel to it.
We've certainly, and almost officially, hit spring here on the West Coast which equates to lots of wind, rain and a mix of warmer temperatures that switch to cooler ones with no warning.
Reigning Champ have launched a new division with the Sea to Sky series, inspired by the mountain highway that runs from Vancouver to Whistler, where rain, snow and wildlife are often experienced.
A staple French workwear maker since 1935, Danton is typical of the Gallic approach to apparel for le travail in presenting a more clean-lined, though no less hardwearing, silhouette.
I first came across this jacket via Haven Shop's Instagram feed, as it was shot in natural daylight, highlighting the subtle details of its make-up.
Knowing how much of an avid runner David Keyte happens to be, the Founder & Designer of Universal Works, it's no surprise to see their most recent collaboration.
CAMO has been on my radar for a number of seasons now. Italian designer Stefano Ughetti launched the line in 2007, as a way to put people in touch with what they wear, rather than simply just dressing them.
A few days ago Scout Seattle dropped their newest iteration of a staple item within the brand in the form of this Olive Selvage Denim & Chambray Field Bed.