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Monday
Nov012010

Illustrated Example: The Real McCoy's Grey Sweatshirt

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—01. Illustration by Nicholas Hutchinson.

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"When the temperature drops, most people pull out the knitwear, but sometimes knitted pieces can feel a little too smart. A plain sweatshirt is the perfect way to forgo formality without sacrificing any warmth. Navy and black are good, but there’s something about grey. Like the white t-shirt, the grey sweatshirt is definitive; that timeless piece that any brand with a sense of American sportswear history does really well. Details vary, as do tone, weight and texture, but versions by The Real McCoy’s, Warehouse and Wilson are among some of the best."

We've just received stock of the fall version from The Real McCoy's and it's one of the finest sweats we've seen. The fleece is sturdy and comfortable and the color and fit is perfect.

Available at the Inventory Stockroom

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Saturday
Oct302010

Behind the Scenes: A Lasting Impression

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—01. A look behind the Issue 03 editorial by James Pearson-Howes and Simon Roe.

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One of the strong points of our latest issue is the editorials. Thanks to the fashion direction of Simon Roe, there's a great balance, some interesting brand features and a tightly edited vision overall. For his own story, Simon worked with James Pearson-Howes to produce a rich and dark take on the Woolrich Woolen Mills fall collection. It was shot in East London and features some great looks from this season. James also captured some nice video footage in between photos.

James Pearson-Howes

Tuesday
Aug032010

Last Few Months

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—01. Michelle Ford's camera, Monitaly editorial.

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Here's another set of images from the last few months. There's some behind the scenes shots from a couple of editorial shoots, some from our trip to Pitti, and some from the various studios, shops and showrooms we've visited. I shot all the photos on my Canon F1; some of them turned out a little nicer than others, but they all have a great feeling about them.

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