It seems as though this Spring, I'm mildly obsessed and on the continual hunt for the perfect unlined and unstructured blazer. I have a few summer weddings to attend, both on the casual beach-feel side, so something like this would work perfectly for me.
For those of you that may not be be familiar, Kakadu Australia is the parent company to Whillas & Gunn which is run by Richard Whillas. The inception of the Kakadu Brand dates back to 1972 and was formed as a clothier making specific gear for the harsh climate of the Australian Outback.
Now this is a Deck Jacket I need. Maiden Noir has an impressive collection for S/S 11, I've spent quite some time on their site making a list for myself. This Olive Jacket is made from heavy duty Japanese Ripstop fabric, which essentially means the garment will not fray or tear. Works for me.
Somehow this has managed to slide under the radar but Emil and Sandy of The Hill-Side, have created a beautiful Pocket Square in NYC, with 100% of the profits going to the International Rescue Committee. The character printed on the square reads "Wa," which is actually an 8th Century written name for Japan.
It's with great pride and excitement, that I am able to finally announce our first annual Pop-Up Market, taking place this Summer in beautiful Vancouver BC, the weekend of June 25 + 26th.
In my search for an ideal summer shoe, with a distinct bias to canvas, I came across these off-white gems from Converse & CDG. The shoe debuts in one of Converse's most recognisable silhouettes, with several special details applied as a result of the CDG influence; most notably the addition of the CDG Play heart emblem on each ankle.