As we enter our third season with Brooklyn-based Battewear, designer Shinya Hasegawa continues to produce an excellent collection inspired by vintage surf and outdoor wear. This season brings back some classics such as the Reach Up Sweatshirt and the Warm Up Fleece while also adding new pieces like our personal favorite, the Scout Anorak, and Work Shirts in three different color plaids. Shop the full collection here.
Conceived from a love for vintage clothing and a desire to create garments that will stand the test of time, orSlow was founded in 2005 by Ichiro Nakatsu. Taking cues from American work wear and military garments produced in the 50's and 60's, the collection is simple yet superior in terms of fabric and construction. In our first delivery we've received some of the brand's most iconic pieces including their Standard Denim 105, US Army Trouser, 1950's Coverall and both the 50's Western Shirt and Button Down in used denim wash. Visit the collection here.
With the arrival of our second delivery from Gitman Bros. Vintage we can't help but get excited about the upcoming fall season. Sporting a nice mix of Japanese flannel, jacquard, tartans, checks and prints can you blame us? Take a look at the latest arrivals as well as the entire collection here.
With the end of Summer fast approaching and Fall on the horizon, we've received our first shipment from Engineered Garments for the upcoming season. Designer Daiki Suzuki continues to impress with his workwear and vintage outdoors inspired collection. With a wide selection of unique fabrics, including moleskin, 8w corduroy and Nyco reverse sateen, breathing new life into the usual suspects such as the Bedford Jacket and the CPO shirt, this is a collection that won't be easily forgotten. Take a peek at our first delivery here.
Wildsam Field Guides are a new American travel series with a bygone sense of place. Founded in 2012, the series puts a unique spin on the conventional city guide by featuring genuine experiences and using numerous local interviews. They also include a cultural almanac, memoirs, groups of hand-illustrated maps created by locals, a section of essays, and a superlative list of the best-in categories involving food, shopping, drinks, and entertainment. From the latest Detroit edition, learn about fine classic cars, the Purple Gang bootleggers, the messiest of coney dogs, and the old school DJ Electrifying Mojo. All four editions of the field guides – Detroit, San Francisco, Nashville, and Austin – are available in-store an online.
We're pleased to announce an exhibition of new work from local taxidermist/artist/designer Becca Barnet. Her studio, Sisal & Tow, creates one-of-a-kind work for private collectors, businesses and public spaces. Please join us on July 24th for a reception from 5-8pm.
"Sisal & Tow's new body of work for Indigo & Cotton is a detail-oriented series reminiscent of a miniature natural history museum. The collection aims to send viewers to a macro world through an in depth look at preserved insects and birds, realistic plants and detailed drawings in pencil. Delicately exploring the relationship of the masculine and feminine in nature, the series also takes inspiration from the collecting phenomenon and presentation of specimens during the Victorian era."
Large Cloche: Taxidermy European Starling, Insects, False Plants, Glass, Metal 16" x 12" x 12" - $425Butterly Shadowbox (Blue): Pinned Insects, Organic Linen, Antique Frame 13 1/4" x 6 1/4" x 3" - $175Drawing (Large Egg + Insects): Pencil on Archival Paper in Wooden Frame 9" x 9" - $250Wall Display (Small):Taxidermy European Starling, Insects, False Plants, Wooden Plaque 14" x 6" x 6" - $300Drawing (Bird + Flower): Pencil + Gouche on Archival Paper in Antique Frame 14 1/2" x 12 1/2" - $210Small Cloche (Honeycomb): Insects, False Plants, Glass, Metal 7" x 4" x 4" - $175Butterfly Shadowbox (Tan/White): Pinned Insect, Organic Linen, Antique Frame
12 1/4" x 14 1/4" x 4 1/2" - $175Wall Display (Large):Taxidermy European Starling, Insects, False Plants, Wooden Plaque 26" x 20" x 6" - $300Drawing (Three Eggs): Pencil on Archival Paper, Antique Frame 10 1/2" x 7" - $210Butterfly Shadowbox (Red/Blue): Pinned Insect, Organic Linen, Wooden Frame
7 1/8" x 9 1/8" - $150Small Cloche (Egg): Insects, False Plants, Glass, Metal 7" x 4" x 4" - $175Drawing (Claws + Butterfly): Pencil + Gouche on Archival Paper in Antique Frame 13 3/8" x 9" - $210
Onia, Hebrew for Ship, is a New York-based swimwear brand that pride themselves on creating simple, well-designed trunks. Their signature model, the Calder, takes inspiration from classic chino short construction with features including a zip fly and snap closure, reinforced slant pockets, and a metal-tipped internal drawstring. Onia trunks are crafted from quality fabrics including a quick drying cotton/nylon blend and finished with custom embossed hardware sourced from Japan. Available now in store and online.
We’re excited to announce the first delivery of Gitman Bros. Vintage F/W ’14 collection. The brand continues to impress with their choice of seasonal fabrics and prints: Portuguese flannel, Japanese denim, Black Watch tartan, and even fleece this time around. These shirts are as cozy as they come. Swing by the shop to try one on for yourself, or take a look here.
Born and bred in the American West, Topo Designs has a knack for developing products that can hold their own in the outdoors while maintaining a level of simplicity that translates well to city life. A prime example of this formula is the Mountain Short. Constructed of ripstop cotton and featuring front and rear patch pockets, an interior zip pocket and adjustable belt, these shorts are great for going on a hike or taking it easy in your backyard. Check out the Mountain Shorts here.
Barcelona and Milan-based Apartmento magazine explores everyday life interiors. Get your design fix through artist conversations, photography series, comics, and much more. Featured in issue no. 13 is Un Homme D’intérieur and the interiors of Wes Anderson. Available in-store or online.