Founded by three friends living in Stockholm Sweden, each of whom formally were under employ at Acne, Another Shirt Please is yet another excellent, simple and to the point Swedish brand.
Sun Buddies is the most recent spin-off from Swedish fashion heavyweights Tres Bien, as they aim to conquer to glare of the nordic sun with an excellent line of premium eyewear.
This shirt from Tender is super comfortable and perfect for the warm weather seasons. Worn on it's own it allows for a relaxed fit, while you could also wear it as an overshirt if need be.
J. Panther Luggage has always focused on creating quality everyday carry items that have been built using longstanding construction methods, but with an updated design.
Almost every brand creates a lookbook and if we're honest it seems as though sometimes they are quite similar to each other. However, there is occasionally a brand that sets themselves apart by being excellently designed, photographed, styled or even just being innovative and clever.
There's a certain charm associated with the ship-in-a-bottle concept, a concept which for all its beauty hasn't received a whole lot of attention during the current vintage movement.
This kit starts and ends for me with the t-shirt, a lightweight black offering from Stockholm based brand AO. I picked one of these shirts up in 2009 and it's become my favorite t-shirt by a mile since, lasting the past five or so years without looking destroyed.
BEAMS is well known for their contemporary Japanese take on traditional Americana, setting the stage perfectly for a collaboration with the first major American denim brand Levi's.
The Superior Labor makes a lot of beautiful items and objects– from socks to bags to leather accessories, as well as these great tortoise brown glasses.
Stag in Austin just launched their new webshop and it's looking great so far, very well designed and easy to peruse their solid mix of product.
Today we are proud to present an interview by our Toronto based contributor, Grady Mitchell, who recently sat down with accomplished photographer and friend Liam Goslett.