London-based retailer Goodhood has dropped some styling looks based off the gear they have in store for the spring and summer seasons. We’ve actually some of the pieces in the past few weeks including the two-tone Universal Works parka you see above. The styling throughout the lookbook is actually really well done, something we don’t see happen often, so props to the folks at Goodhood for that.
Stussy & Co., the brainchild of the Stussy Los Angeles chapter, recently teamed up with Canadian bag maker Herschel Supply Co. to drop a pair of bags each in the same colorway. We’re digging the end result, as the Settlement and Village styles chosen for this project are extremely functional and durable as well.
Clae introduces us to a new style in their lineup by way of this video. The Gregory is Clae’s refined evolution of the classic court shoe. It’s extremely versatile with its fine leather shell and technical-inspired details. The video’s really well done and was shot by the Funk Brothers of Funk Factory Films. It was shot on location at the Long Beach Lawn Bowling Club.
We’re most accustomed to seeing seersucker in that default white/cream finish but it really shouldn’t have to be this way. Bonobos has a few variations but their navy “Midnight Garden” pants really stood out. Though Bonobos carries an assortment of brands in their online store, we’ve heard some great things about their own in-house offerings.
Stussy Deluxe and Timberland have been collaborating for quite sometime and these suede loafers really caught our attention. Highlight features include hand stitched detailing as well as the Vibram sole. The loafers are available in black, grey and tan suede through select retailers.
The fine folks at Where is the Cool? have taken the covers off their latest project — a digital monthly magazine which is now available through iTunes and optimized for the iPad. We had a chance to play around with it and the final product is really something else. Scroll through the mag to crack open a dose of interactivity. It features original content as well as some video highlighting that looks amazing when initiated.
There are some great features including an inside look at Baxter & Finley Barber & Shop out in Cali and an original video of one of Aston Martin’s finest cars. The Where is the Cool? iPad app is free but if you don’t have one, you’re in luck. We’ve embedded a fairly interactive version below.
I’ve personally been a fan of Adidas’ Originals by Originals offerings for quite sometime. I remember the high-end spinoff delivering several top-notch pieces in recent seasons and this waxed canvas jacket can be added to the list. A jacket Kazuki Kurashi’s friend owns inspires it. This will definitely break in nicely.