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Look | Pacific Days



—01. "Palos Verdes Cove".
—02. Sweater and shorts by Woolrich Woolen Mills.


It's the middle of summer and spending the days by the oceanside are feeling slightly more appealing than shopside, well sometimes. I'll be the first to point out that these particular shorts by Woolrich Woolen Mills aren't for surfing, but they are for looking good and feeling the breeze in the heat - they are also on sale at Odin right now.

&mdashSurf Photography of the 1960s and 1970s


Woolrich Woolen Mills Explorer Hat



—01. Explorer Hat, with exterior pocket.
—02. Close up view.


The bucket hat by Woolen Mills is one of the best out there. The shape and size make it easy to wear and they always offer a great variety of fabrics and colours. One of the more interesting versions this spring had slipped under my radar until the recent update by Tres Bien. The floral pattern is subtle enough to wear, and colourful enough to be ideal for the summer.

&mdashAvailable at Tres Bien Shop


Preview: Woolrich Woolen Mills SS11



—01. Daiki Suzuki's last collection for Woolen Mills.
—02. Presented in Milan, June 2010.


In Daiki's last collection for the Italian licensed Woolrich Woolen Mills, he explores elements of classic mountaineering through certain fabrics and styles we've come to expect from the Japanese/American designer. At the same time, he also adds something new and interesting to each piece via the styling and the subtle details that reflect his own personal tastes. We have a while to wait before the collection arrives in stores, but the first look definitely offers something to look forward to.

&mdashWoolrich Woolen Mills

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In My Bag


Wm. J. Mills & Co. tote, Louis Vuitton Passport holder, Canon F1 35mm, Woolrich shorts, The Real McCoy's army hat, Ray Ban Clubmasters, Saint James socks, Papermate pens, Apartamento, HUGE, Moleskin, Muji card holder (with cards inside), iPod, Blackberry & Malin+Goetz moisturizer.


Bringing back the ‘In my Bag’ post once more, we recently shot some articles for our spring issue and each of us took photos of our ‘bags’. Some things are in there every day and somethings aren’t, but most of them are mine and get used regularly. The whole concept of the bag posts was to offer insight into people’s personal tastes and how the things they find important or at least aesthetically pleasing. There probably aren’t many surprises in my bag other than maybe my passport holder and the lack of something by Engineered Garments, but each thing serves its purpose and looks fairly nice, especially those Papermate pens.

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