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Dec242015

Nanamica Wind Shirt Jacket

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01. Full zip front.
02. Polyfleece lining.

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Nanamica can always be counted upon to release great recurring styles each and every season. In this instance they’ve redesigned their Wind Shirt, adding a full zip front in place of the usual button placket. Otherwise it's as wearable as ever, featuring an appealing green and navy check cotton fabric which has been lined with warmth-retaining polyfleece.

Available from Superdenim

Wednesday
Dec232015

Kato' Wide Collar Work Shirt

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01. 85% cotton, 15% hemp.

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The Japanese brand Kato' always does a great job of taking unassuming items and imbuing them with unique and useful design tweaks. The spread collar on this work shirt gives it a distinctive feel, while the large chest pockets would make it a lot easier to carry items I constantly have trouble fitting into conventional versions, like my near tablet-sized phone.

Available from Strato

Wednesday
Dec232015

Carl Andre by Diane Waldman

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Softcover, 82 pages
44 artworks
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1970

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I’m a little surprised that this original Carl Andre catalogue, which was uploaded to the Book/Shop website in early November, is still available. Relating to an exhibition at the Guggenheim that ran from September 29th to November 22th, 1970, this volume features 44 of the artist’s works, as well as an essay by the curator Diane Waldman. If that sounds at all interesting, grab this copy before it’s removed from the shop on January 5th.

Available from Book/Shop

Tuesday
Dec222015

Alexander Olch New York Flagship

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14 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
Open daily, 11am-7pm

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Known for creating beautifully made, classic neckwear and pocket handkerchiefs, Alexander Olch has recently expanded his offering to include hats, shirting and pyjamas, all of which can be found at his first flagship store. Located on Orchard Street in New York's Lower East Side, the well-appointed brick and mortar, featuring hand bent glass light fixtures and simple white shelving, was built out by the design firm Ennis McIntosh.

Alexander Olch

Tuesday
Dec222015

Jason Nocito and Daniel Shea – Untitled

 

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Softcover, 48 pages
28 x 24cm
Published by Ordinary Books, 2015

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Jason Nocito and Daniel Shea released a joint photo zine in the fall, designed by Camilla Venturini and published by Ordinary Books in a highly limited run of 500 copies. The 48-page volume consists of unattributed images of downtown Los Angeles and New York, leaving the viewer to guess who shot what. If you enjoy the blissfully laid-back style of either of these artists, treat yourself to a copy now before they're all gone.

Available from Antenne Books

Monday
Dec212015

Stüssy Clarks Originals Wallabees

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01. Khaki.
02. Blue.

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Stüssy have just released their latest footwear collaboration: a unique version of the enduring Wallabee from Clarks Originals. The crepe-soled shoe features a suede upper trimmed with luxurious ostrich leather, gold lace caps and co-branded leather insoles. The special edition is available in blue and khaki options, both of which can be found online and at Stüssy chapter stores worldwide, while supplies last. 

Available from Stüssy

Monday
Dec212015

Leach Pottery at Lissom + Muster

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01. Tenmoku Black.
02. Dolomite White and Celadon Green.

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The Manchester-based shop Lissom + Muster currently has an array of beautiful Leach Pottery pieces available, perfectly suited to the day's tea and coffee rituals. There are large and small mugs for sale in a variety of glazes, but be sure to pick up a small pourer to go along with whatever you choose, because milk or cream deserves a nice vessel too.

Available from Lissom + Muster

Sunday
Dec202015

Eileen Gray by Caroline Constant

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Hardcover, 21 x 21cm
256 pages, 222 illustrations
Published by Phaidon

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"A contemporary of Pierre Chareau and Charlotte Perriand, Irish-born designer Eileen Gray (1878-1976) is known primarily for her highly original furniture and interior design but also realized nine buildings in her lifetime and amassed an archive of more than 45 architectural projects. This monograph by Caroline Constant is the first in-depth study of Gray’s entire career, providing a generously illustrated analysis of her early designs as well as her work as an architect beginning in 1926. It draws on a wealth of archival material, plans, drawings, and photographs – including many of Gray’s own – to place her in the context of contemporary movements in design and architecture as well as twentieth-century social and cultural history."

Available from The Line

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