Quite possibly some of the most bad ass ladies of the mid-twentieth century, teddy girls (and teddy boys, of course) were part of a Birtish subculture typified by wearing clothes inspired by Edwardian culture. Their wrap jackets, pencil skirts, rolled-up jeans, flat shoes, tailored jackets, and ultra-cool, usually boyish hairstyles made for some pretty incredible […]
Gitman Brothers Vintage, the American heritage sport-shirt line, is one of the last remaining shirtmakers that bases its manufacturing entirely in America. As part of our Meet the Maker series, Chris Olberding welcomed us behind the lines into Gitman’s Pennsylvania factory and talked to us about the evolution of the brand, what it takes to […]
Assembly New York launched its in-house collection, by designer Greg Armas, a 2012 CFDA finalist, in 2009. Assembly garments are intended to create comfort and durability, allowing each piece to stand on its own and achieve archival quality. The collection, which Armas describes as authoritative minimalist, is one of our favorites, with clean designs and important details. Last month, Greg […]
I know what you’re thinking – “How is this kid going to start a post with a selfie?” Well, one, this isn’t a selfie. Two, I need this shot to illustrate a bigger point. But first, I want to ramble a little. Aren’t you over all these “____ is the new ____” phrases? “Orange is […]
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