From Junya Watanabe Man’s eYe collection comes this navy varsity jacket for Fall 2011. It’s super heavy and was made in collaboration with army supplier Johnson Leathers right here in the United States. The detailing justifies the price tag as it features heavy cow leather sleeves, a wool shell and full red nylon lining. The slanted front pockets have leather accents while the shawl collar, cuffs and hem are all ribbed for a slimmer fit.
From Makr Carry Goods comes a new line of white canvas bags in some really timeless designs. The Round Backpack, Zip Carryall, Button Tote and Pocket Satchel are all available now in a canvas finish and feature Horween Latigo leather accents throughout.
Here, we have a video highlighting Adam Kimmel’s highly-touted collaboration with American workwear brand Carhartt. The product from the duo’s Fall 2011 collection is perfect for the months ahead as it features more muted tones and a rugged appeal. To coincide with the release of the upcoming season’s collection, a video’s been released which shows off the product in a different light.
From HUGE Magazine’s 8th Year Anniversary issue comes this editorial highlighting product from Engineered Garments’ Fall 2011 collection. The shoot took place in New York and turns us to some essential pieces for the colder months ahead. Among them is a cord blazer and a shawl cardigan with fair isle print. (via CS)
Christian Louboutin latest creation for men is his Mikaraja Flat, a patent leather slip-on that’s fitted with a beaded tassel on the tongue and sides. Available now through Christian Louboutin for $2,095 USD.
Marcus Troy caught up with Nick Wooster at PROJECT in Las Vegas last week to get his thoughts on PROJECT Wooster, an installation inside the show that highlighted some of Nick’s favorite brands for the Spring 2012 season. The video below was shot exclusively for GQ Eye and highlights some of the brands on display like Dita, Barker Black, Boglioli and others.
SATURDAYS decided to hit the Jersey shore just as Hurricane Irene was about to hit and snapped some photos to capture the moments. We’re not sure if anyone actually hopped on a board and hit the waves but we wouldn’t put it past them.
Kiehl’s marking their 160 anniversary with the release of a limited edition New York Heritage collection which comprises of Ultra Facial Moisturizer and Cream, the Calendula Toner and Original Musk Oil. The product will come in black and gold bottles drawn up from Kiehl’s heritage and earlier bottle designs. Look for the collection to be available in September at Kiehl’s with pricing ranging from $21.50 to $38.50 USD.
GANT Rugger’s dropped a line of sunglasses at a pretty affordable price tag. We had a chance to preview them last week at the Project Show in Vegas and have to say they’re really well made and come in some vibrant finishes. The shells are hand-made acetate and come in custom color combinations and are fitted with polarized lenses. At $125 a pop, you just can’t go wrong. They’re available now at Barneys, Scoop NYC, GANT.com and GANT store.
The fine folks over at Hodinkee have really outdone themselves with this one. The Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia is one of the most complex timepieces IWC has ever made, and the ten years it took to develop this wondrous beauty proves just that. The Scafusia features solar time, the sidereal time (both can be set independently), power reserve and a very large tourbillon as seconds display. The rear side displays Customized celestial chart and horizon, sunrise and sunset display, sidereal time and solar time, day, night and dusk display under celestial chart, perpetual calendar with display showing leap years and number of day.