Carlos Campos is previewing his Spring 2013 collection at this week’s Project tradeshow in NYC. The color palette for next spring is quite vibrant with shades of green, yellow and blue seen throughout the offerings. The pieces utilize really lightweight cottons as well for some season-appropriate wears. More shots below.
Here we have a few looks at our favorite jewelry pieces from Han Cholo. The DJ-turned-designer has been known to cook up pieces that are catchy and accessible. The pieces are well-made with styles to match different styles. There’s a great mix and though we normally just see pieces from Han Cholo whenever he pleases, there’s actually a Spring collection coming. Ahh, structure. More shots below.
With Project NY and the Blogger Project now in full swing, we’re really excited to present some of our favorite brands and their Spring 2013 lines. Antonio Azzuolo’s been delivering some really promising collections and the attention to detail put into their S/S 2013 line is nothing short of exceptional. The core of the collection begins with the suit jacket and branches out from there, offering up a very complete collection. There’s a ton of tuxedo-inspired detailing on the suiting as well as some of the knits, all of which actually looks quite wearable. More looks of some of our favorite product below.
Hyden Yoo is showing at this week’s Project tradeshow in NYC and we’ve got some early looks at all the New York designer has to offer. Lightweight knits dominate the collection alongside well-made blazers all atop a vibrant color palette. There’s a good mix of product and with the past collections being as successful as they have been, there’s no doubt this run will be just as memorable.
Here we have shots from Filippa K’s F/W 2012 ad campaign. The looks give us some impeccable styling as well as a more detailed, more intimate look at the pieces the label will be offering in the next few months. Styling credit goes to Robert Rydberg while the campaign was shot by Lachlan Bailey. More photos can be found below.
Herschel Supply Co. has dropped looks for their Fall 2012 collection. Though the core lineup of styles hasn’t changed, the amount of detail and the infusion of new fabrics and prints throughout really takes the brand to new heights. Some desert camo is seen as well as paisley lining on some of the pieces. Look for the Fall/Winter 2012 collection to be available in the months ahead through select retailers as well as through the Herschel Supply Co. online shop.
Wyoming-based Rocky Mountain Featherbed recently teamed up with Japan’s BEAMS for this small lineup of men’s vests for the upcoming F/W 2012 season. The pieces range in fabric from nylon and cotton to leather and denim with hints of corduroy and other fine textures. Look for the pieces to drop in the months ahead through select outposts include Beams. (via Selectism)
Is this real? Are we in the future? Apparently so as Master Lock’s released their dialSpeed, an electronic combination lock that puts an end to the classic combination padlock. It features an electronic directional interface that’s easy to use and can take personalized codes. It’s got a Primary Code and an option for three additional guest codes. Not enough? It’s Vault enabled so you can also grab a permanent Backup Master Code from masterlockvault.com. Buy it through Master Lock and the price is extremely enticing at $25.
Our good friends over at Acquire have turned us to Moleskine’s latest offerings — the Black Collection. It’s a new collection of books designed for photos, scrapbooking, art, and good ol’ doodling. Fluorescent gel pens and pencils are available as well as they’ll definitely flow well with the blacked-out pages. More info over at Moleskine.
Dubbed “Watchmaking’s Future in the Physical Form” by the folks over at Hodinkee, the Cartier ID Two concept watch is nothing short of magnificent. It’s even more impressive than the Cartier ID One which was unveiled in 2009. In fact, it’s more impressive than any watch we’ve seen in our times from a technological and innovation front. It’s made from a single block of ceramic called Ceramyst that is completely transparent and features a 32-day power reserve. The caseback is held on via a vacuum seal, meaning zero screws. Talk about efficiency, efficiency we haven’t seen in the watch industry ever. The Cartier ID Two produces 30% more power and consumes only half as much as a traditional watch, providing for a 32 day power reserve in just a 42mm case. Check out the video from Hodinkee video below for a more detailed look.