Jungmaven Baja Tees

It wouldn't be Spring without a fresh batch of Jungmaven tees. Available in four different colors, the Baja pocket tee comes in a blend of 55% hemp 45% cotton that adds the slubbiness that we've come to love. Grab one here. Jungmaven Tees

Rough & Tumble: Untraditional Shirtmakers

Priding themselves on their unique interpretation of classic shirting, Rough & Tumble is one of the more eccentric brands that we carry. Designed by Engineered Garment's designer Daiki Suzuki and made in New York City's Garment District, R&T utilizes patchwork construction and distinctive fabrics to set itself apart. View the latest collection here. Rough & Tumble Yosemite Shirt in Royal/White GinghamRough & Tumble Studio Shirt in Big Floral Print RedRough & Tumble Pj Short in Oxford Denim Indigo

S/S '16 Look Book

Once again we've teamed up with friend and photographer Ben Gately Williams for our seasonal shoot featuring highlights from our current offering. In front of the camera this go-round is Peter, a long-time customer turned friend turned neighbor and his beautiful Grand Bois bicycle. Check out Peter's passionate work as a cycling advocate and crash lawyer at Bike LawShot on a recent morning in our Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood and Hampton Park in downtown Charleston. We hope you enjoy._MG_0730_MG_0870_MG_0980_MG_1104_MG_0724_MG_0785Shop the looks here.

5th Birthday Sale!

We turn 5 years old this month and to thank you for all the support over the years we're offering 15% off sitewide. Just use the code "HBD15" at checkout.

orSlow Spring Delivery

The Spring delivery from orSlow sees the collection heavily inspired by vintage American military and workwear. Highlights for us include the US Army shirt in a soft used green back satin and the Ivy fit denim in white. Take a look at the whole collection here.  orSlow Army Shirt in Back Satin Used Green orSlow Button Down Shirt in 6oz Denim BleachorSlow Army Jacket in Poplin Cotton OliveorSlow Ivy Fit Denim in White

Barena: The latest for Spring

Barena's latest collection will be our sixth and possibly our favorite season from the Venetian brand. With an assortment of Italian linens, cottons and chambrays, this season offers the sophisticated and understated attributes we've come to love from the brand. Check out the full collection here. Barena Ruspa Cotton Polo in OliveBarena Camicia Pioppa Stelino Popover in Pinstripe

Engineered Garments SS16

Engineered Garments delivers another stellar collection with a wide range of jackets, shirts and shorts. Standout pieces for us include the Chester Coat, Blackwatch Bedford Jacket and Corduroy Fatigue Shorts. Check out the entire collection here. Engineered Garments Chester Coat in Khaki Calvary TwillEngineered Garments Popover BD in Big Plaid Blue/Red/WhiteEngineered Garments Knockabout Jacket in Lt. Blue ActiveclothEngineered Garments Bedford Jacket in Oxford BlackwatchEngineered Garments Fatigue Short in 14w Corduroy Khaki

Gitman Spring/Summer 2016

Spring has finally arrived and with it a fresh batch of shirts from Gitman Brothers Vintage. This season sees a wide range of lightweight fabrics and patterns, from Indian madras to Japanese linen to archive plaids to linen stripes. This season covers all the bases. Take a look at the full collection here.   Gitman Brothers Vintage Archive Indian Madras in Green Gitman Brothers Vintage Japanese Linen in IndigoGitman Brothers Vintage Popover Japanese Chambray in BlueGitman Brothers Vintage Archive Summer Blanket Stripe

Crescent Down Works / Exclusive Italian Vests

Founded in Seattle, Washington, Crescent Down Works has been making exceptional outerwear since 1974. Using one of the warmest natural fillers around, goose down, CDW is able to make outerwear that can withstand the harshest of elements. With that in mind, we've teamed up with them to make our own version of their classic Italian Vest. Available in two different color ways, this vest comes with a snap button placket, two slant pockets and a mandarin collar. Stay warm this fall and pick one up here. Crescent Down Works Italian Vest in Navy/Olive

Aquarium Drunkard Interview

In our never-ending search for new music to fill the day, blogs like Aquarium Drunkard help keep the rotation fresh and interesting. We recently caught up with the founder of Aquarium Drunkard and Autumn Tone Records, Justin Gage, to pick his brain about growing up in the South, the numerous projects he constantly juggles and the Grateful Dead. You grew up in Atlanta, did that help put you on the musical path or influence you in any way?  Do you miss the south?
I do miss it. I’ve been in LA going on 15 years now, and love it, but I still very much identify with the south. As a region it is singular, uniquely rich behind compare. In terms of influence, growing up in Georgia cannot be overstated in regards to my own relationship with art and music.

You started your own record label, Autumn Tone, in 2005. Can you talk about the relationship between the label and AD? Were you finding new artists or were they seeking you out?
Save a few, we have approached the majority of the artists we’ve worked with over the years. The label grew out of wanting a way to engage with, and highlight, emerging artists. We’ve released everything from southern gothic folk records to gnarled lo-fi electronic, basement-hewn garage rock, orchestral pop, proto-punk and beyond. It shares its ethos with Aquarium Drunkard: Only The Good Shit.

With running your own label, doing music supervision, having a weekly Sirius XM show and maintaining the blog, what’s a normal day like for you?
Everything I’m involved with somehow all swirls together in one way or another. The anchor is AD and by proxy the weekly SIRIUS show, as they present a real-time view of what I’m presently listening to. The label and music supervision scratch another creative itch. I’m juggling them all in tandem.

How would you describe your taste in music? You seem to have a love for things old and new alike, do you have a favorite genre or time period?
Broad and global in scope, I suppose. I’ve never been hemmed in by genre or era. The overwhelmingly popular consensus that something that is ‘new’ is inherently ‘better’ has always felt flawed and never made sense to me — in any aspect of my life. AD is a refection of that.

We’re big fans of the Dead Notes segment of the blog. Did you ever get a chance to see the Grateful Dead live?
No, but I tried via mail order in 94/95. I made it as far as the parking lot. The band’s music has been with me for a long time. Shuffling between Minor Threat, Slint, the Cramps and the Dead was the norm when I was 15. The original impetus behind the Dead Notes column was launched as a way to try and cut through the circus; all the goofy ephemera surrounding the band that had nothing to do with the actual music. I’m happy to see the stigma surrounding them seems to have dissipated over the past several years.

Any memorable live shows you saw recently?
Gary Numan in LA last month, performing The Pleasure Principle in its entirety. There’s also a band from Montreal (Ought) that released one of my favorite records of 2015, ‘Sun Coming Down’. Seen them a couple times now; their live show is inspired.

What’s next for AD?
There are a score of Lagniappe Sessions coming out over the next few months that I’m very proud of. Artists reinventing and paying tribute to other artists work. We’re also in the midst of developing a new podcast that will launch in 2016.

We've also picked up a couple of Aquarium Drunkard's tees, the Dead Notes and 10th Anniversary "Decade" tee, featured below and available here. Aquarium Drunkard Dead Notes Tee in White Aquarium Drunkard Decade Tee in Navy