—01. Portrait by Jerry Buttles.
Obscura magazine have recently relaunched their website and you can now find a series of interesting updates and features online, including an interview with Adrian Joffe. The article touches on the core beliefs of Comme des Garçons, specifically in relation to the development and opening of Dover Street Market in New York.
Photography: Ola Rindal
Creative Direction: Christopher Nying
Art Direction: Tony Cederteg
Stylist: Martin Litzén
Model: Axel Hallqvist
Our Legacy continues to offer more than just clothing, creating a complete aesthetic that projects a sophisticated, artistic and witty lifestyle. This season the Swedish brand has produced another beautiful lookbook, working with longtime collaborator Tony Cederteg of Libraryman, and commissioning Ola Rindal to capture the imagery.
—01. 100% cotton.
These lightweight, relaxed fitting pants lean towards the daring side, stripes normally reserved for the top half, but with sneakers and a T-shirt they'd make for a comfortable outfit that still looks urbane. The unlined 100% cotton also makes them a great alternative to infinitely more bland sweatpants.
—01. Supreme/Schott Suede Bomber Jacket.
—02. Denim Skate Jean.
Ahead of the stores' reopening later this week, Supreme have released both a lookbook and preview of their forthcoming Spring-Summer '14 collection. You can see more and begin preparing your must-cop wish lists by following the link below.
—01. William & Ross Co. Irish Linen.
Our spring delivery from Beams Plus arrived recently, and it included these beautiful linen-cotton hats. Available in three colours, they're a great mid-season item with a lovely texture.
—01. Made in Japan.
This spring Margaret Howell has partnered up with Loopwheeler in Japan to create a small selection of sweats. The pack, produced for the MHL line, includes shorts, a crewneck and a hooded sweatshirt in grey and navy.
—01. Designed in 2012.
—02. Limited production.
Having studied abroad at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, Lukas moved back to Vancouver and began his career producing his own designs. Having recently won the first Emerging Designer Competition award in Canada, it would be hard to argue that he isn't on the right track. His work has a sophisticated, refined look with a strong minimalist aesthetic. Lighting has been Lukas' strongest suit, and his Spotlight Volumes series are among my favourites.