Category Archives: Style
Pointer Brand is doing the seemingly impossible with their Chore Coats. They’re of exceptional quality, manufactured in the USA, and remain affordable. At $55.45, their Duck Brown Chore Coat makes a perfect last-minute gift for this holiday season. Great for these last few days of fall, the coat is made out of 100% Cotton. Available now at pointerbrand.com.
It’s that time of year again — baseball, 50 degree weather, and spring/summer lookbooks! Penfield ushers in the upcoming spring/summer season with their 2011 lookbook. As usual, we’re really feeling what they’ve got. Should be available on their site and at retailers some time soon. If you haven’t checked out their winter sale yet, make sure you do before it’s over. They’ve got some great deals. More photos after the jump.
Sixpack France expands their brand with their upcoming “Dust To Dust” collection for this spring and summer. With the collection, they will be branching out from solely youth-inspired clothing and moving into a more timeless and mature collection, all while remaining focused on delivering a high quality product. We are particularly loving the jackets and button-downs from the new line. Be sure to check out the “Dust To Dust” lookbook after the jump, then browse the full collection at Sixpack France.
Note: Sixpack has also released a series of videos promoting the collection, check them out here.
We’re very excited about the new “Rockassins” from Montreal based design/creation shop Furni. The limited edition ankle-high mocs will come in a caramel Brazilian leather with a rubber crepe sole. Each pair will be made to order and they will be available for a limited run beginning today and ending February 21st. If there’s enough interest, they also plan to consider a women’s model. Order yours today for $100 at the Furni Online Store.
We’re liking these melange socks from Inventory Magazine Items. They’re produced by The Superior Labor Company in one of Japan’s most rich textile production towns, Okayama, from a fine blend of cotton and polyester. The socks come in either tan or grey, and are a perfect weight for fall, winter, and spring alike. They’re available for $24 at the Inventory Stockroom.
Nau has another great accessory on their hands with their new Pad Stash. The iPad case is made from die-cut 100% recycled wool felt which insulates and protects your goods while giving you access to the screen. The case also features a few additional pockets to stash your cards and passport. It looks great both open and closed, and even folds into a viewing stand at an angle perfect for typing. The Pad Stash is available now at Nau.com for $75.
Also: Looking for a new wallet? Check out their Herringbone Billfold…
There’s a new kid on the block in the fitted world: Lacer Headwear. Bringing a new level of originality and customizability into a crowded market, they’ve made the unusual move to combine sneakers and caps… And it works. These aren’t knock-off 59Fiftys either; they’re focusing on creating products of only the highest quality. Their first releases will be a Solid Series and a Hoops Series, with colorways from 13 different NBA teams and a few all-color styles to choose from. You’ll be able to match your Lacer to suit your own styles and interests as well, through a series of special lace locks that you’ll be able to purchase on the side. Lacer hats will be dropping this spring; get more info and keep an eye out for updates at Lacer Headwear.
If you’ve been looking for a denim shirt with character, we’ve got it for you. FrenchTrotters brings us their take on smart denim wear for 175.00 EUR — made in France using Japanese raw denim, twill cotton, and mother of pearl buttons. The shirt comes from the in-house line at FrenchTrotters, a concept store in Paris selling a variety of goods. Check out their online shop here, and if you have time browse their looks and blog as well. More views of the shirt available after the jump.
Draught is a new fine luggage and accessory company out of Missoula, Montana. Drawing inspiration from his past and the surrounding northwest landscape, owner Caesy Oney works with an emphasis on quality, sustainable craftsmanship. They’ve made some great looking gear so far, and we look forward to see their store grow. Each piece is made to order, so you’ll have to contact them with a request. Check out their full collection and get in contact at Drought online.
Freshjive‘s 2011 lookbook takes it to the next level, moving the brand away from the street and more towards the coffee shop for a bit more of a clean “hipster” look for this spring. The whole line has a very relaxed Cali feel which we are really digging. Check out more looks after the jump.