—01. Printed in London.
—01. Printed in London.
—01. Made in Japan.
Featuring a nylon exterior and polyester lining, this piece from Ganryu, insulated with 90% down and 10% feathers, is the perfect winter coaches jacket. The tonal snap buttons and trimmings make for a discreet aesthetic, which is well-suited to the casual style.
—01. Hiroki Nakamura by Mark Borthwick.
As a last minute addition to our launch event at 0fr this evening, we're pleased to announce a performance by friend and Issue 11 cover photographer Mark Borthwick. Alongside a video projection and series of works by Oliver Payne, Mark will be performing a number of his own uncommon compositions, and we hope those in the city will be able to stop by to celebrate with us from 6-9pm.
Let's be honest, the prices and fabric content of certain brands of socks have gotten a bit ridiculous. They are meant to be worn on your feet after all, not rubbed on your face. That said, we're talking about mohair here, the yarn which I consider to have the best hand in the business. I don't own a pair of these, but I would imagine slipping them on would be a pretty remarkable start to the day.
—01. Button 90.
—02. SLAB W20.
ANDLIGHT officially launched last week in Vancouver at Inform Interiors, taking over the store's beautiful window display area to showcase their range of lighting products. The company consists of Caine Heintzman, Lukas Peet and Matt Davis, who have already done a handful of projects for retail spaces and offices, but now their full range is available at Inform Interiors for the first time.
—01. Made in France.
Founded in 1946, Kleman is renowned for making durable work shoes for French postal carriers and the military. Their presence outside of their home country seems next to nonexistent, but there are a number of Japanese select shops that sell this Tyrolean style as well as a derby option. Both come in at a great price point but it's this attractive chunky design, in navy leather, that really appeals to me.
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Release Party – November 24, 18:00-21:00
Exhibition – November 24-26, 10:00-20:00
Following launches of our new issue in Los Angeles and New York this week, on Monday November 24th we will be hosting a party at 0fr in Paris. The evening's soundtrack will be provided by Brian DeGraw (of Gang Gang Dance and bEEdEEgEE fame), while an exhibition of new work by the British artist, and Issue 11 subject, Oliver Payne will be on display in the store's gallery space. A series of two-dimensional works will be on view, while a short film produced especially for the event will be shown throughout the evening, and during the three day exhibition.