Photography – Peter Sutherland
Styling – Simonez Wolf
Art Direction – Angelo Baque
Model – Nugget
Shot by Peter Sutherland for the first edition of Hypebeast magazine, this 10 page Supreme editorial is one of the highlights of the issue. As much as the studio shoots are a key part of the brand's aesthetic, I'm always a fan of their location based stories.
—01. Ed at home.
One of my all-time favourite perverts, Ed Templeton and his wife Deanna have just been interviewed, and their home photographed, over at Freunde Von Freunden.
I've often thought that a plain coloured Breton top would look nice, but they seem more rare than the classic striped version. Present recently received a selection in stripes as well as plain colours, offering black, ecru, grey and navy in the mid-weight jersey.
—01. Available in three colours.
It appears that Japan makes the best socks, especially when it comes to a variety of beautiful melange colours. These short knit socks by Fullcount are just another example, just arrived at the New York retailer.
—01 & 02. Tela Stella.
—03 & 04. Shadow Project.
One old, one new. End Clothing have recently taken stock of a couple of great looking new Stone Island pieces. The first is part of the 30th Anniversary collection, and is a reproduction of the original Tela Stella Jacket. The second is a brand new Shadow Project piece: the 3 Layer Windstopper Jacket.—Tela Stella Jacket
—Shadow Project Windstopper Jacket
—01. Side view.
—02. Front view.
Every time The Real McCoy's make this fabric, I regret not getting a particular shirt they had done in 2010. These shorts still offer a nice amount of the camouflage pattern, which can fit into a summer outfit with ease.
A modern classic, the original Master book was released by Steidl in 2005 and has since become a benchmark in small book and zine design. In the years following its release Stiedl have not only reprinted the original but released two more books by Teller in the series: volumes II and III. Affordable and exceptional, the second and third parts of this trilogy are currently available at Dashwood Books in New York, or direct from the publisher's website.