Svbscription, a fairly new subscription service for men that delivers luxury, curated products and experiences to your door, has dropped their second parcel to the New York-based company’s two-hundred members. The Study parcel features a great lineup of high-end product from four international brands. Loden Dager, Harper Collins, Le Labo, and Kaweco have all contributed to this batch, with pieces ranging from an exclusive leather folio, a navy suede document case, the fiction novel The Yips, and a fountain pen. Svbscription membership information available at Svbscription.com.
Japanese brand Roberu have updated their iconic iPhone case to fit the latest iPhone 5. It comes in a range of 5 different colors utilizing oil and camel leather and fitted perfectly with elasticity in the center back. The sewing detail is spot on and there are openings for the earphone portion, the back camera, speakers and headphone jack so you don’t compromise convenience for design. Pre-orders are available now through Roberu with deliver to begin later this month.
Following up on Saint Laurent’s intro video from late last week, we’ve gotten our digital hands on the label’s Spring 2013 lookbook. The French fashion house has a new Creative Director in Hedi Slimane and though the direction of Saint Laurent (formerly Yves Saint Laurent) has shifted from a branding and marketing point of view, the genius of Slimane has not. This isn’t Dior Homme but Slimane’s slim silhouette’s have made their way into the Parisian label’s S/S 2013 lineup by way of trim garments, sharp tailoring, leather trousers, biker jackets and denim.
Norse Store has taken stock of some fine product from Junya Watanabe MAN for the fall and winter months ahead. The standout piece is part of the designer’s collaborative effort with Gloverall. As always, attention to detail is paramount with this piece, bringing together impressive tailoring and materials. Available now for $2,077 through Norse Store.
Maiden Noir is set to celebrate its seventh anniversary with this capsule collection in collaboration with seven different brands: Challenger, Stussy Deluxe, NexusVII, New Era, Porter, Timberland and Skookum. Some of the pieces are already available , exclusively in a pop-up shop in the Stussy Harajuku chapter store. The pop-up shop will open its doors to New York (NYC Stussy) in early October and then onto Toronto (Haven), Los Angeles, and finally Seattle.
MR. GENTLEMAN of Japan delivers their English Wool Stadium Jacket in a finish that’s damn near perfect. “Taking design cues from Takeshi “BIG-O” Osumi and Yuichi Yoshii, the jacket features 100% British wool in the body and soft leather on the arms which serves as a nice contrast to the beige torso section.” Look for this offering from MR. GENTLEMAN online for ~ $1,023 USD. (via hypebeast)
Here we have the Introduction Campaign Video for Saint Laurent, the new identity of the infamous Yves Saint Laurent fashion house. With Hedi Slimane now at the helm, the video unveils more looks from the forthcoming collection. The men and women lines are presented throughout the imagery, giving us a sense of what to expect from the future of the French label.
GORUCK, known to craft military-grade goods made right here in the states, has released their latest offering inspired by the aviator’s kit bag, the military-issued bag that accompanies all paratroopers on airborne operation. The GORUCK Kit bag is designed with highly water-resistent materials and feature a small internal pocket for easy access to anything compact such as your phone or keys. The external open pocket on the end of the bag allows for easy organization of newspapers, books and mobile devices. This bag is essentially about keeping things very seamless while utilizing top-quality materials and innovative design. The military-spec MOLLE webbing system on the outside allows the new Kit bags to be fitted with field pockets or other accessories, similarly to how soldiers customize their field equipment.
GORUCK delivers the Kit bag in two sizes to fit your specific needs. The smaller—57 liter—CIVVY Kit Bag is a great all-purpose bag that’s perfect for everything from a trip to the gym or a weekend getaway, while the larger—84 liter—MIL Kit Bag is ideal for longer excursions or deployments that require more packing space. The CIVVY Kit Bag comes in both black and sand colors, while the MIL Kit Bag is available in black, sand and multi-cam.
Nigel Cabourn and Eddie Bauer have teamed up once again, this time bringing us more inspiration from Eddie Bauer’s historical archives. The American brand has an immense warehouse of designs and Mr. Cabourn was able to swift through to find some amazing fabrics and classic designs that we’re really glad to see come to fruition. Beyond the archives, the collection is also inspired by vintage hunting and fishing styles, something that’s quite prevalent throughout the offerings. Quilted coats, waxed cotton vests with fur lined detachable hoods, and down filled parkas are all designed and constructed with the uncompromising quality that has become synonymous with the Nigel Cabourn brand (consider that the down filled parkas are stuffed by hand and require more than five hours of production work to complete each garment). Winter, here we come. The pieces are available now at Roden Gray. More shots below.