—01. Indigo denim fabric.
—02. Sakura pattern.
That sakura indigo pattern seems to be making its way around New York in the past couple of seasons, but I don't mind, its great. I've been hunting for it myself, but haven't been able to find the supplier since seeing The Hillside, FSC and Wayne Pate use it. J.Crew have found the swatch card however and made some neat little pocket squares. Both indigo dyed fabrics look great and would be a nice accent to pretty much any cotton garment I'd wear.
Edit: Hillside also have made pocket squares using this fabric, this season, which are now available at Context.
—01. Work oxford in rough out leather.
Red Wing is one of my favorite footwear brands, but I've found it challenging to get some of their boots and shoes lately. The work oxford particularly caught my eye when it released at the Rugged Museum. It's a great shoe, with a rugged aesthetic, but its not too heavy. Now that its released in a rough out leather, I am happy the timing worked with our first delivery from Red Wing. Besides the classic moc toe and chukka, we're happy to be one of the few shops to carry the work oxford.
—01. & 02. Police Picture: N.Hoolywood SS11.
Links—Least Wanted: A Century of American Mugshots
—Crooks Like Us
—City of Shadows: Sydney Police Photographs 1912-1948
—01. Burberry cloth fabric.
One of the best new styles in Daiki's last Woolrich collection is the Yosemite jacket. It comes in a khaki Burberry cloth fabric, which is lightweight, and nice for the spring, but ideal for layering the rest of the year. The jacket is just starting to hit Woolen Mills retailers now, starting with Nepenthes in Japan.
—01. A spread from the Land Use chapter.
'Tools: Real Stuff for Future Classics' is the first publication to be released under Huge magazine's new "book label", Huzine. 164 pages in length and featuring 282 'tools', the book is divided into 4 chapters - Shed & Shelter, Work to Do, Land Use and Feel at Home. The items included satisfy a strict set of criteria and combine to form a beautiful catalogue that preserves them in print for years to come.