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Sep112014

Joe Bradley – Our Gang

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Our Gang, published by Karma, is something a little different from New York-based painter Joe Bradley, who has a habit of keeping people guessing. The 32-page book, released this year in an edition of 500, features colour photographs of children wearing paper animal masks – a simple yet haunting exercise that stands out next to his painted works.

Available from Antenne Books

Thursday
Sep112014

Max Lamb Last Stool

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01. Polished copper.
02. Various colours.

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This stackable stool made by UK-based furniture designer Max Lamb for Discipline in Italy is spun from one piece of metal. The simple shape, ribbed hand grip, and manageable weight mean it's easy to move around, for use indoors and out. Available in polished copper or enamelled steel, the durable materials make it a piece of furniture that will last for years to come, growing in character along the way.

Available from Discipline

Wednesday
Sep102014

Needles Deck Down Jacket

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This deck jacket from Needles is a real highlight in a very strong collection this season. The down quilting and modern, technical fabric are nice additions to a classic design which utilizes the same metal clip closures as some variations of the US Navy original. 

Available from Inventory

Wednesday
Sep102014

Margaret Howell Calendar 2015

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—02. July.

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In support of the Edwin Smith retrospective which opens at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London today, the latest Margaret Howell calendar has been released a little earlier than usual. Featuring a selection of the British photographer's black and white landscapes, the 2015 edition is now available in-store and online.

Available from Margaret Howell
Ordinary Beauty: The Photography of Edwin Smith

Tuesday
Sep092014

Many of Them: Volume III

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The latest edition of Many of Them has recently been released, offering 560 pages of beautiful imagery, rich text and unique content. Featuring Cosmic Wonder, Junya Watanabe, Dries Van Noten and Paul Harnden, to name a few, the editorial stories make the publication worth the purchase alone.

Available from Antenne Books

Tuesday
Sep092014

Christophe Lemaire Fall-Winter '14 Items

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01. Convertible Collar Shirt Print.
02. Wool Tweed Pants.

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Christophe Lemaire left his post at Hermès earlier this summer, with plans to focus all of his attention on his own collection. It will be interesting to see how the label evolves, as it's already in a good place. The first fall delivery from the brand has now arrived at Neighbour, including shirting, trousers and some outerwear.

Available from Neighbour

Monday
Sep082014

Charles Curtis & Tashi Wada at Issue Project Room

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September 12, 2014 at 8:00pm
Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Issue Project Room has been at the vanguard of experimental music for the better part of a decade, not only in New York City but all of North America. They consistently host a staggering array of performances from legendary and up-and-coming artists alike. A current highlight in their programming schedule sees cellist and UCSD professor, Charles Curtis, reunited with the work of noted experimentalist and composer, Tashi Wada. The pair's previous collaboration at the venue came as part of Issue's anniversary celebrations in 2013, Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain. This time around Curtis will be performing Wada's soon-to-be-released record, Duets, with Judith Hamann, as well as solo cello works by Alvin Lucier, JS Bach, and Luigi Dallapiccola. This performance is a must-see for fans of experimental minimalism who may or may not already be familiar with this unparalleled art music venue.

Issue Project Room

Monday
Sep082014

Maillot Wool Sweat Trainier

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—01. 50% Wool, 40% Cotton, 10% Nylon.

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Wool blends are an attractive idea as a material for sweatshirts and other long-sleeved sportswear. This variation from the Japanese brand Maillot has a wider boat neck and boxy, loose fit, which affords the pullover a slightly different but still simple, casual fit. 

Available from Strato

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