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Wednesday
Jul162014

Maharam Clothbound Notebooks

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—01. Black, Cornflower & Terra Cotta.

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Maharam are best known for their incredible offering of textiles and beautifully conceived patterns featuring the likes of Alexander Girard, Charles and Ray Eames, and Hella Jongerius. Their range of bags and pillows is also nice, but these clothbound notebooks, designed by A4 Studio, are especially good – available in six colours across two packs of three.

Available at Maharam

Wednesday
Jul162014

Visvim: Website Update

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01. FBT Geo Patchwork.
02. Little Cloud Coffee.

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Just after opening their latest store in Tokyo, Visvim have updated their website with a new layout and some new features on the way. Their online store was a welcome addition previously, but the updated pages are much easier to navigate and feature regular news and beautiful imagery.

Visvim

Tuesday
Jul152014

Araki/Teller

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408 pages
30 x 23 cm
Hardcover
Colour Offset

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Published by Eyescencia, Araki/Teller consists of over 300 images by the two legendary photographers, produced to coincide with their joint exhibition at OstLicht in Vienna earlier this year. As well as a series of previously unpublished works, the hardcover book features a piece of text from each artist devoted to his counterpart.

Available at Antenne

Tuesday
Jul152014

Fullcount Lightweight Katsuragi Jeans

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—01. Lightweight Katsuragi twill.

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As soon as the dog days of summer roll around, I always find myself thinking about lightweight, pale jeans for that casual hot weather look. Perfect with Aloha shirts or similar summer options, this pair features a slim fit, which is the only way to wear to ivory coloured jeans, in my opinion.  

Available at Blue in Green

Monday
Jul142014

Our Legacy Fall-Winter '14: Light

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01. Red Flower.
02. Vibrations.

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Our Legacy recently released the imagery for their Fall-Winter '14 campaign, entitled 'Light'. The mix of macro shots, motion blur, focused details and a mostly somber palette create an enriching and beautiful vision for the Swedish brand's latest offering.

Our Legacy

Monday
Jul142014

Collecting Calder

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01. Varèse, c. 1930.
02. Object with Red Discs, c. 1931.

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From July 17th until October 19th, the Whitney Museum of American Art will be exhibiting Collecting Calder, a retrospective of the work of Alexander Calder. The New York City institution boasts the largest collection of Calder’s work in the world and will be exhibiting his drawings and sculptures, giving equal representation to the two main aspects of his output. Calder’s Circus – miniature circus-themed dioramas rendered from wire, string, cork, wood, paper, metal and cloth – will be shown alongside the whimsical mobiles he is known for, as well as static sculptures he called ’stabiles’. This exhibit is a must for anyone one who is interested in the American artist and wants to see a large selection of his work collected in one venue.

Whitney Museum of American Art

Sunday
Jul132014

Hine Desk Objects

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—01. The first collection.

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Designer Andrew Hine has produced an understated selection of desk accessories, handsome enough to be left out on display but also highly functional. Reminiscent of the simplicity of Japanese and Scandinavian design, these objects have been produced in the UK by craftsmen utilizing the finest materials, such as American black walnut, beech wood and boar bristles. Founded in 2013, the emerging company has succeeded in producing a modest collection of classic items that can be used every day and will last long enough to be passed down from generation to generation. 

Hine

Sunday
Jul132014

A.P.C. by Louis W. Fall-Winter '14

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01. Fall-Winter Campaign Imagery.
02. Fernand Jacket.

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I'll be honest, when the Louis W. line from A.P.C. started showing up, I wasn't exactly sure what the deal was. Who was Louis W.? Why were the jackets so expensive? Well, it turned out the former was an eight-year employee of the A.P.C. design team, and the latter was because they're leather jackets, and leather jackets – good ones – are almost always expensive. While I can't ever really imagine myself in a traditional leather piece, I am a fan of the classic suede bomber style, and appreciate concise, well executed collections. I also like the family feel Jean has created in letting this collaboration come to light, and allowing a new voice to shine from within his company. You can view the Fall–Winter '14 collection from Louis W. by following the link below.

Available at A.P.C.

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