It’s been years since The Hill-Side first came out with their Japanese Wool Blanket Stripe fabric, but I still get excited every time they work it into a new product. This time, they’ve blessed us with these US-made 5-Panel Caps, which have a lightweight cotton lining and an adjustable strap made from sturdy 1960s deadstock Read more
Fuck you California. Okay, not really. I’m sorry I said that. I’m just super jealous of all you Golden-staters that can be outside right now, frolicking around in these LA-made, 100% cotton, BOY+GIRL S/S Pocket Woven Shirts, while I’m here, stuck inside, buried under 20+ inches of snow.
These Alice Park Flap Wallets are really cool. They’ve got a single pocket for cards, a slot for cash, and they come in a ton of great colors in a really nice HOLY SHIT THESE ARE MADE OUT OF KIDSKIN!?! OH MY GOD THE HUMANITY. WE NEED TO SAVE THE CHILDR… oh wait, kidskin is Read more
I know I write about a lot of crazy clothing – and those pieces aren’t even the nuttiest ones I like. But sometimes you just need a simple piece that serves a simple function like these Hopsack Shirts from Dana Lee. They’re made in Canada out of a hefty and heathered cotton / poly hopsack, Read more
One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.
Heads-up: there’s a Canadian retailer called Charlie & Lee, and they’ve got two colorways of those Japanese-made Low Top Sneakers from The Hill-Side for over 50% off. You know, the ones that are handcrafted using exclusive Hill-Side fabrics, and have vulcanized rubber soles and toe caps.