N’East Illustrated, Vol. 11


It’s a good thing talent doesn’t make you fat. ‘Cause if it did, the unwaveringly winsome Christine Mitchell of N’East Style would literally be Jabba-sized (she’s actually quite petite, for those who haven’t met her). A fresh batch of her #menswear illustrations are after the jump, and – as always – they are killer. Previous sets can be seen here.


This Best Made Co. sweatshirt looks so cozy – a great for layer for the colder months. I also love the logo on the chest. Subtle branding at it’s best.


Mike Maher of Taylor Stitch is a dear friend and this photo of him by Justin Chung captures him perfectly. Cool, collected and an all around nice guy from Maine.


I’ve been on the hunt for a new pair of gloves ever since my knit mittens started to come loose. These cowhide gloves from MidWest offer a lot of functionality for not a lot of money. Plus, they look great.


Nigel Cabourn always knocks it out of the park with their imagery, and this editorial featured in issue 5 of Highsnobiety’s print magazine is no exception. It’s centered around Cabourn’s “Scott’s Last Expedition” Collection. This shot in particular is really beautiful.


Caught this while doing my regular sweater browsing on the webs. This Guernsey sweater by Kapital is epic. I love the washed out indigo and pop of orange on the chest pocket. Completely out of my price range, but most certainly on my wish list (size small please!).

To see more of Mitchell’s work, check out N’East Style or her portfolio site. You can also email her directly if you’re interested in having her draw something for you (very wise move).