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Monday
Jul202015

Online Feature: Come Down Easy

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01. Photography by Lewis Khan.

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Come Down Easy marks the first contribution to Inventory by London-based photographer Lewis Khan. The shoot has been styled by Gabriel Pluckrose, and features a selection of current season and archive pieces from brands such as Stone Island, Comme des Garçons, Palace, Our Legacy, Prada and Nike. The light layering, loose fits and mix of sportswear and designer brands, offer a uniquely British take on peak summer style, set in various London locales.

Online Feature: Come Down Easy

Friday
Jul172015

Online Feature: Arc'teryx Veilance SS15

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01. Photography by JIMA.

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Many people associate technical fabrics with specific forms of exercise or poor weather conditions, but functional clothing is equally relevant to the requirements of daily life as temperatures rise, particularly in a city environment. When it comes to the latter and the countless considerations involved, few brands succeed in the way that Arc'teryx Veilance does. This season's collection, captured on the streets of New York for our latest online feature, combines innovation and wearability with a well-balanced colour palette.

Online Feature: Arc'teryx Veilance SS15
Arc'teryx Veilance

Thursday
Jun042015

First Look: Kiko Kostadinov for Stussy

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01. Limited to 20 pieces.

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As part of this year's 35th anniversary celebrations, Stussy launches their first installation in partnership with Dover Street Market today. The New York store's 4th floor event space includes three different product offerings from the iconic brand, and we have the first look at Kiko Kostadinov's limited edition contribution. The collection's lookbook, featuring Tom Fletcher wearing a selection of the special one of a kind pieces, was photographed by Dexter Lander and styled by our Fashion Director, Stephen Mann.

Online Feature: Kiko Kostadinov for Stussy
Available from DSM New York

Friday
Jan232015

Online Feature: Inventory Eleven

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—01. Oliver Payne, 2014.

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One of the better aspects of working for Inventory, and here I don't mean to brag, is that it enables us to collaborate not only with our friends, but also with people we greatly admire. Being able to combine both, or when one becomes the other, offers the ultimate feeling of fulfillment, and is something I know each of us cherish. Issue 11 of the magazine was no exception, and being able to visit and interview the Los Angeles-based artist Oliver Payne was certainly one of my own personal highlights. Having put up with an afternoon of questions, photographs and arcade game defeats, I was thrilled when Oliver also agreed to produce a short film for the launch of our latest issue.

Inventory Eleven was first shown back in November, as part of an exhibition, and during a night of celebration, at the Paris bookstore 0fr. Today we're proud to finally share Oliver's film online for the very first time, accompanied by a short Q&A with the artist about the concept behind it, and the themes contained within.

Online Feature: Inventory Eleven

Wednesday
Oct082014

Online Feature: Hotel Okura

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—01. A striking exterior.

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Ahead of an editorial to be featured in the forthcoming issue of Inventory, longtime friend and contributor Marcelo Gomes presents an architectural exploration of the famed Hotel Okura. Originally opened in 1962 and built under the design direction of Yoshiro Taniguchi, Hideo Kosaka, Shiko Munakata and Kenkichi Tomimoto, the luxury modernist hotel has hosted every US president since Richard Nixon. It was announced recently that the main building would be demolished in September 2015, to make way for a new glass tower design. The outcry following this decision has been substantial, and a petition to save the original building can be signed by following the link below.

Online Feature: Hotel Okura
Save Okura

Thursday
Oct022014

Online Feature: Scout Seattle

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—01. Channeled Scablands.

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Our latest online feature is a behind the scenes photography story from the Channeled Scablands in eastern Washington. Scout Seattle ventured into the unique landscape to capture the imagery for their Fall-Winter '14 campaign, and we present a look at that process as well as the surrounding scenery.

Online Feature: Scout Seattle

Thursday
Jun192014

Online Feature: White Mountaineering SS14

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—01. Photography by Jimi Franklin.
—02. Styling by Masako Ogura.

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While the summer season begins to draw to a close from a retail perspective, it has only just begun in terms of warm weather and the clothing needed to go with it. And with the heat comes the need for sartorial inspiration. With that in mind we're pleased to present a new online feature – an editorial featuring the Spring-Summer '14 White Mountaineering collection, shot by Jimi Franklin and styled by Masako Ogura.

Online Feature: White Mountaineering SS14

Friday
Jun062014

Online Feature: Beams & Pilgrim Surf + Supply

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—01. Alex Nakada by Dave Potes.

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This spring Beams opened the doors of their Harajuku store to Pilgrim Surf + Supply, and the two companies worked together to develop a selection of special products for the shop-in-shop in Tokyo. Head Beams buyer Alex Nakada travelled to New York last summer to discuss various collaborations for the project with Pilgrim's owner, Chris Gentile, and Battenwear designer, Shinya Hasegawa. This process was captured by photographer Dave Potes for our latest online feature.

Online Feature: Beams & Pilgrim Surf + Supply

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