Our friend and photographer Jeremy Koreski was in this film recently alongside filmmaker Ben Gulliver, both giving us an honest look at the lengths they go to, to capture the perfect waves.
Unassumingly-named Japanese label Ordinary Fits brings us its take on the French work pant, rendered in both wool and a neppy lighter weight denim, reproducing the handle of deadstock “serge de Nîmes” from the pre-WW2 era.
New York based freelance photographer Brian Ferry was commissioned to shoot the cover story for Dwell Magazines February 2015 issue, which took place in São Paulo.
The cold and damp start to the year always makes me think about picking up warmer clothing and layering possibilities– my mind wanders to some of the classics from Patagonia.
A more obscure take on the Tyrolean silhouette seen in Paraboots’ increasingly ubiquitous Michael shoe, and with an equally lengthy history, a few savvy Tokyo stores are currently importing the Padre work shoe from Gallic factory brand Kleman.
Best Made Co. continues to press on with the creation of utility focused products that are able to stand up to the rigours of their expectation, and the expectation of their expanding customer base.