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Wednesday
Jun172015

Sasquatchfabrix. Wa-Neck Half Sleeve Shirt

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01. Made in Japan.
02. Cotton and nylon blend.

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Sasquatchfabrix. have produced another amazing offering this season, one which includes this beautiful Wa-Neck shirt. While their clothes have never been overly tailored, this collection took things into the realm of certified bagginess, which is an aesthetic that looks great when paired with traditional elements like a kimono collar.

Available from Union

Tuesday
Jun162015

Cooperstown Ball Cap Small Emblem NYC 

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01. 100% cotton.

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I’m certainly no stranger to vintage-inspired baseball caps and have come to really appreciate the traditional use of a leather sweatband. This is most commonly found on fitted options made from wool, but it's great to see the same touch applied to a cotton hat so perfectly suited to summer.

Available from Strato

Tuesday
Jun162015

Sharp Practice by Neighbour

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Photography: Ian Lanterman
Styling: Karyna Schultz
Hair & Makeup: Jennifer Latour
Photo Assistant: Malcolm Lam
Model: Liberty Otsig

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Neighbour has released their latest womenswear feature entitled Sharp Practice, shot by frequent collaborator Ian Lanterman in a mix of crisp colour and high contrast black and white. The editorial presents a selection of garments from 1205, Acne Studios, Lemaire, Niuhans and Stephan Schneider, alongside a variety of modern furniture and lighting courtesy of Inform Interiors. 

Neighbour
Inform Interiors

Monday
Jun152015

Postalco Goatskin Leather Wallet

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01. Lined with pig and calfskin.

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A wallet seems to be one of those personal items that deserves the extra investment, considering it is an integral element of daily life for most people – almost always being carried on one’s person and organizing the most important tools we interact with: our methods of payment. Try leaving your wallet at home and see how far you get. If I had to choose one basic bifold wallet, it would probably have to be this version from Postalco. The goatskin leather has a nice pebbled texture, not to mention its exceptional durability. Now I just have to bite the bullet and shell out the cash to carry it, seeing as I am in need of an upgrade anyway. 

Available from Kaufmann Mercantile

Monday
Jun152015

RRREEECCONNSTRUCCTTT by Takashi Homma

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23 x 30cm
Softcover, unbound
Published by Goliga Books, 2014

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I've been especially interested in collage lately, so it was good to come across this book by Takashi Homma. It features a series of the photographer's prints, which he cut up as part of a two-day event in Tokyo and gave to participants to rearrange. He then photographed the results, some of which can be seen in this publication.

Available from Antenne Books

Sunday
Jun142015

Margaret Howell Spring-Summer '16

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01-02. Photographs by Yannis Vlamos.

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Margaret Howell unveiled their Spring-Summer '16 men's collection in London this morning. Tailored shorts, trousers and jackets worn with classic shirting, knits and rainwear formed characteristically casual looks, many of which featured neckerchiefs and Teva sandals. Colour-wise, crisp whites punctuated a palette that included black, navy and grey alongside a variety of earth tones. To view the show in full follow the link below.

Images via Style.com
Margaret Howell

Saturday
Jun132015

Several; Spring-Summer '15 at Selfridges

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01. Byron Shirt and Castle Jacket.

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One of my favourite retailers is Several, the London-based shop that also produces an in-house clothing line. Earlier in the season they expanded their reach to include an edited selection of items at one of the capital's best known department stores, Selfridges. It’s great to see the brand's continued growth, as they offer some truly classic, understated menswear and I can’t wait to see what they have planned for seasons to come.

—Available from Several; and Selfridges

Friday
Jun122015

Britain's Brutalist Playgrounds

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01. Park Hill estate, Sheffield, 1962.

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"We're familiar with the sight of brutalist towers in Britain, but less well known are the strange playgrounds built at the same time, which are the inspiration for a new installation at the RIBA by the artist Simon Terrill and design collective Assemble. With their rough surfaces and dangerous drops, these surreal concrete structures were very much a product of their time."

Via The Guardian
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