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.
Little known fact about New Balance and their Made in the USA line: they make and assemble four million pairs of footwear every year in the states and when that item has at least 70% domestic value it is labeled as such.
Making standard issue shirts, let alone basics, outerwear or bottoms, is not an easy undertaking— in the same way we know that effortless style isn't actually effortless at all.
Oak Street Bootmakers have created three iterations of a new silhouette for the line in the form of a Plain Toe Blucher, specifically created with the modern day working man in mind.
Makr is a brand that wholeheartedly allows the product to do all the talking, allowing the entire focus to be put upon the design and craftsmanship of each item rather than an onslaught of copy or convincing.
Each season from The Hill-Side is continually better than the last, although tough to say which is my favourite, yet Emil & Sandy push themselves forward to develop the very best.
Our friends at Cereal Magazine have just released a preorder for the upcoming release of their New York Guidebook, a printed version in the series which currently has 15 cities on the roster.
Alongside the staple sweats and tees that have made FilMelange a sought-after cult name, each year the fabric-fixated Japanese label comes out with a good number of imaginative, impeccably-executed seasonal pieces.
Steve Mono is a contemporary brand founded in Spain in 2007 with a focus on reinterpreting classic bags, leather goods and accessories for today's modern living requirements.
August Fifteenth has developed well over the last few years, coming into their own aesthetic while maintaining the focus on creating utilitarian clothing that is comfortable, loved and worn well; akin to the life of well used tools.