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Thursday
May072015

Space Magazine – Issue 02

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01. Pre-order now.

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Space Magazine, an exciting new title that debuted last fall, focuses on the confluence of interiors and those living or working within them. The publication is as much dedicated to the person, as it is their environment and the way they use it – an approach that's perfectly captured by the theme of their second issue: artist’s studios.

Space Magazine
Available from Antenne Books

Wednesday
May062015

Hersey Original Running Shoes

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01. Handcrafted in Maine.

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In 1985 the Hersey DPS was ranked the #1 running shoe on the planet by Runners World magazine. Despite this badge of honour, the company seems to have stayed largely under the radar. Now receiving a lot more attention in Japan, with numerous stores stocking a range of their basic yet innovative styles, they're the perfect choice if you're looking for something unique, resoleable and almost entirely free from overt branding.

Available from Coverchord

Wednesday
May062015

Neighbour Spring 2015 Editorials

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01. Catskills.
02. Sea to Sky.

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Neighbour have just updated their website with two new editorials: Catskills, which focuses on their women's collections, and Sea to Sky, which features a series of men's looks. Both stories were shot by Ian Lanterman, with the subjects being soaked in the warm golden rays of a West Coast sunset.

Neighbour

Tuesday
May052015

Drugstore Camera by Dennis Hopper

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Clothbound
9.25 x 8 inches
96 pages
Published by Damiani

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Drugstore Camera is the latest book of photographs by the late Hollywood rebel Dennis Hopper. The 96-page monograph centres around a series of unreleased images from his adopted hometown of Taos, New Mexico, shot with disposable cameras and processed by drugstore photo labs. "This clothbound collection documents Hopper's friends and family among the ruins and open vistas of the desert landscape, female nudes in shadowy interiors, road trips to and from his home state of Kansas and impromptu still lifes of discarded objects. These images, capturing iconic individuals, wide-open Western terrain and drug-addled fun, create a captivating view of the '60s and '70s that combines political idealism and optimism with California cool."

Available from Artbook

Tuesday
May052015

The New Wave of Cabana Shirts

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Photographer: June Canedo
Stylist: Alex Tudela
Model: Erik Van Gils

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T Magazine recently produced a short editorial featuring a handful of this season's Cabana shirts from select designers. A style I'm quite a fan of, they're easy to wear with shorts or trousers and, depending on the fabric, dress up or down.

T Magazine

Monday
May042015

Head Porter Master Navy Collection

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01. Waist Bag and Rucksack.

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Haven has recently received an extensive selection of items from Head Porter's new Master Navy range. Featuring the same high-density nylon taffeta material and matte finish as their Black Beauty collection, it offers dark blue versions of a wide variety of pieces to suit all forms of travel – from longer trips to those taken everyday.

Available from Haven

Monday
May042015

Stone Island Hyper Light

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01. 41621 Hyper Light Membrana TC.

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For Spring-Summer '15 Stone Island – frequent innovators in fabric, construction and colour – have introduced a new material to their line, for a number of different styles. Hyper Light is a two layer performance fabric, made using a specially formed nylon weighing only 22 grams per square meter. The fabric is then laminated to form an incredibly lightweight, breathable, water and wind resistant membrane. For fans of outerwear, who think of summer as the enemy, this collection offers an excellent solution. There are a range of brighter colour options that are perfect for spring, but also a number of more subtle options, like the 41621 hooded jacket in black, for those who like to keep things a little more low-pro.

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Hyper Light Collection

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Sunday
May032015

Runner's Journal: The Marathon

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01. Photograph by Jennilee Marigomen.

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Today is the day; for the first time I'll embark on a nonstop 42.2km (26.3 mile) run and hopefully finish in less than three hours. While my Runner's Journal posts haven't been especially regular, luckily my training has. Over the past few months, work has been all-consuming, nearly every day of the week. My only real respite has been running, allowing me the chance to clear my mind and achieve some temporary peace.

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