This weekend is Canadian Thanksgiving, so naturally that means a lot of lounging around, relaxing and maybe heading out to the beach for a stroll after all that hearty home made food consumption.
I've been following Outlier for a while now, and I was excited to hear recently that they're going to be branching out to a lower price bracket with a made in America Nyco fabric.
Two of our favorite brands, Apolis + Kinfolk, just released this handy reusable Garden Bag which is perfect for carrying just about anything an errand or gathering may require, not limiting you of course to just your garden.
Following up Todd Selby's 2010 release The Selby is in your Place, is the second publication from the renowned photographer and this time is focusing on the kitchens, gardens, homes, and restaurants handpicked from over 40 members within the culinary community.
Very few shirting brands are able to dip back into their archives, if they've even been around that long, to recreate shirts from vintage patterns to execute it today, and well.
On those chilly fall days when you're not quite sure you need a full jacket but it may just be too cold for a simple sweater, this heavyweight three pound plus wool sweater coat from Dehen 1920 may just be the perfect option.
Momotaro is one of the undisputed Japanese kings of raw selvedge denim. One of their slightly lesser known talents as a brand is the production of some amazing chambray work shirts, including this 5oz selvedge work shirt in vibrant red.
Makr tends to be pretty on point when it comes to producing items for your home or workspace, and this plate hook with a milled sweet gum dish on a pewter powder coated stainless steel wedge hook is the perfect example of their utilitarian style.
I have a real love-on going for Batten right now- particularly for the Warm-Up Fleece in red, which led me to put together this made in (or at least very much inspired by, seeing as Ebbets doesn't actually produce in New York) New York kit.
I wanted to direct your attention to an interesting story of some replica service boots made by Brett Viberg for Nick Horween, of Chicago's legendary Horween Leather.
For a little bit of end of the week inspiration, New York based menswear site Four-Pins posted a feature today highlighting their 50 favourite street-style images of all time.