One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.
Yeah I know, hard bottoms are out and fashion sneakers are in. But, these Portguese-made Berlin Brogues from Herring are only $175 a pair (minus the VAT / plus international shipping), and it’ll only be a few more years until wingtips and longwings come back around again, so just think of them as an investment Read more
I can’t think of anything clever to write about this Canadian-made Wings + Horns Indigo Field Jacket, but that’s because it’s one the most amazing field jackets I’ve ever seen. First off, you guys already know how I feel about indigo-dyed anything. It’s also got a quilted Primaloft lining for extra warmth.
These US-made Pearl Snap Shirts from Buck Mason come in two washes: bleached indigo, which looks kind of like the shirt Jeff Bridges wore in the first half of Crazy Heart when he was still all whiskey-soaked and f’ed up. And rinsed indigo, which looks kind of like the shirt Jeff Bridges wore in the Read more
You guys remember Corridor, right? That all NYC-made shirting label that Nick just wouldn’t shut up about? Seriously though, he was obsessed for a minute there, like, to the point where I was actually starting to worry about him. Anyway, they’re having an end of season clearance sale right now; 30% off site-wide with code Read more
There’s so much I want about these Japanese-made Ones Stroke Mild Man Shirts. I want that band collar, because regular button-down collars are boring. I want that frayed hem and those unfinished cuffs because they look bad-ass, and I like looking bad-ass.
This UK-made Vintage Wool Jacket from Sunspel needs to make up its fucking mind. Is it a sweater? Is it a jacket? I mean, come on, soft washed Italian merino wool with a button front and chore coat cut? WHAT THE HELL KIND OF GARMENT ARE YOU, you wintery-hybrid-hermaphroditic-I-don’t-know-what.
Welcome to the Jungle Jacket, it’s a tailored thing. This Journal Standard / Hill-Side collab has everything you want, including a slim fit, four front flap pockets, and custom woven label so you know the names. With this jacket you will find, a way to fill your Japanese-made outerwear needs.