Fischer -Paisley Pocket Square via
Refining the Americana-inspired prep aesthetic, for more active pursuits. Throwing in totes and satchels, chambray shirts and chinos.
Featuring: Archival, Farm Tactics, Fischer, Industry of all Nations, Metsa, Sebago, Sketchbook and Truman Handcrafter
Two Inch Cuffs - Journal - LOGAN ZANE x BKC Camo iPad Case
Leather brand Logan Zane and Brooklyn based Brooklyn Circus have constructed a new line of luxury men’s accessories as apart of a collaborative project focused around camo. With a unique twist to their classic product, their camo leather Ipad case do more than catch the eye. Inspired by a manila envelope that has a variety of modern components of camo and hunter orange, this cover unifies a manly man’s Ipad protector with chic accents. Logan Zane continues to grow steadily with something aesthetically pleasing.
January 16th - 18th, Two Inch Cuffs is headed to the “Blogger Project” at PROJECT New York. Catch me and Ruben here. Come say hi.
Two Inch Cuffs - Dr. Martens Collection
” Focusing on putting a contemporary spin on staple items, Dr. Martens‘ collection pulls most of its influence from British workwear. From short collar buttondown shirts to an assortment of unique shawl collar sweaters, there’s plenty of opportunity for layering up during the winter weather. Matched with jeans, chinos or cords, their made in England shoe collection can be paired with almost everything. Always promising a polished look, the convenience of simple styling with their variety of items make Dr. Martens an ideal gift for the holidays. “
In London, the fall and winter seasons are tough. The fog is thick, bringing with it a steady stream of overcast days and cold wind. To fend it off, we’ve teamed up with menswear shop Number Six. Based in East London’s Brick Lane, you’ll find inventory with a solid range of structured outerwear, knit pieces and sturdy shoes – that combines traditional British style and functional American sensibility.
This fall, our inspiration comes from the American biographical film October Sky, reinterpretations of the suburban prep, vintage accoutrements and principles of heritage goods. Our menswear showcase builds on reverse seam and flannel shirts, whistle coats and wool slickers, soft washed chinos, and rugged worker boots. We’ve created a story based on a true story and you’re invited.
“Heritage Isle” – The first fall campaign installment featuring Ovadia & Sons, Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen, Ernest Alexander, and Gitman Vintage provides you with a motion spread from the first few pages our Fall 2011 Lookbook. Think New England prep, menswear essentials and a closer look into the collections of the best brands in America.