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Wednesday
Nov122014

Mountain Research Pile Cardigan

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01. Available in two colours.
02. Made in Japan.

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Pile is everywhere among the Japanese brands this season. From hoodies to track pants to chukkas, it seems nothing has escapred the fabric. While the Name. brand gets an honourable mention for the best use of pile, my favourite piece actually comes from Mountain Research. This cardigan is the perfect style and cut to offset the traditionally frumpy fabric.

Available from Essence

Wednesday
Nov122014

Noon Issue 02 – AW14

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01. Cover by Alasdair McLellan.
02. Photograph by Mel Bles.

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Launched at the ICA in London towards the end of last month, the AW14 edition of Noon magazine is now arriving at stockists. With contributions from the likes of Alasdair McLellan, Charlie Engman, Taryn Simon, Jason Evans, Robi Rodriguez, Gareth McConnell and Douglas Coupland, it looks set to follow the high standard established by the first issue.

Noon
Available from Antenne Books

Tuesday
Nov112014

Neighbour: Autumn-Winter 2014-15 Details

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01-02. Photographs by Ian Lanterman.

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Focusing in on the textures, fabrics and unique details that make the garments special, Neighbour's latest editorial showcases products from Niuhans, O.Ballou, Patrik Ervell, Our Legacy and Christophe Lemaire, to name a few.

Neighbour

Tuesday
Nov112014

Visiting Noguchi's Playscape

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01-02. Piedmont Park Conservancy.

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Isamu Noguchi (November 17, 1904 – December 30, 1988) was a popular Japanese-American designer, sculptor, architect, and craftsman. Noguchi is probably best known for his eponymous coffee table produced by Herman Miller and his Araki Light Sculptures; both considered to be modernist classics. He was also a landscape architect creating gardens, parks and special commissions like Playscape – which is located in my hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Built in Piedmont Park in 1976, the set of colourful, architectural, multipurpose concrete and metal pieces have recently been restored and now look brand new, making a visit especially worthwhile even for adults.

The Noguchi Museum

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Monday
Nov102014

INVENTORY Magazine Issue 11 – FW14

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—01. Hiroki Nakamura by Mark Borthwick.

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Having produced ten issues of Inventory it felt like the right time to take a step back; to evolve things and present something fresh. This is exactly what Issue 11 represents. Alongside a new format and updated design, the Fall-Winter ’14 cover, shot by Mark Borthwick, features Hiroki Nakamura – creator and designer of seminal brand Visvim. Our eleventh edition also includes Oliver Payne, Margaret Howell, John Gluckow, Dover Street Market, Hirofumi Kurino, Naissance and Yohji Yamamoto, as well as contributions by Shin Murayama, Hanna Putz, Brian DeGraw and Gosha Rubchinskiy. At 224 pages and with launches planned in Tokyo, Los Angeles and Paris, among other cities, it's our most ambitious issue to date. Now available from Inventory, the magazine will be arriving at stockists around the world over the course of the next two weeks.

Available from Inventory

Monday
Nov102014

Stussy x Kangol Bermuda Casual

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01-02. Available in Navy and White options.

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I've been thinking about getting a classic Kangol Bermuda since last spring but they aren't overly available these days, at least not in the stores I've been visiting. As a result, the arrival of this simple Stussy collaboration, with both brands' logos on the exterior and a more playful type treatment under the brim, turned out to be well-timed.

Available from Stussy

Sunday
Nov092014

Workers Winter Delivery

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—01. Weather Comfort Jacket and Liner Cardigan.

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The latest items from Workers have arrived in-store, and are now available online. The Weather Comfort Jacket rethinks an iconic style, using cotton Ventile instead of a waxed finish; while the Liner Cardigan is the perfect layering piece, produced with Thinsulate to ensure warmth without added thickness.

Available from Inventory

Sunday
Nov092014

Richard Serra: Vertical and Horizontal Reversals

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—01. Installation view.

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Richard Serra's Vertical and Horizontal Reversals opened at David Zwirner's 537 West 20th Street location in New York on November 6th. Running until December 20th, it is a continuation of the artist's show at Instituto Moreira Salles, which featured 15 Vertical Reversal drawings. This exhibition also includes a series of new, unseen Horizontal Reversals, and is accompanied by a catalogue including new insights from art historian Gordon Hughes.

David Zwirner

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