Here we have a look at Shipley & Halmos and their Fall/Winter 2013 collection. As expected, we see some slim attire that’s wearable both casually and in more formal settings. We spied a ton of great pieces including structured blazers, well-fitting denim, henleys and much more.
Shipley & Halmos looks to add to the holiday cheers with these special edition Neapolitan Bars made by Chocolate Editions. Only 25 of these bars were made, with each featuring a unique, original artwork created by the Shipley & Halmos Art Department. They’ve done it Willy Wonka style and inserted a golden ticket inside one of the bars, which holds a coupon code good for any item you want from the brand’s e-commerce store. ‘Tis the season. The bars can be had for $17 at Shipley & Halmos.
We got our hands on the Spring/Summer 2011 lookbook from Shipley & Halmos and the line looks quite promising. Entitled “A Classic vs. Modern Parody”, designers Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos studied the true definitions of “classic” and “modern” by researching Greek and Roman architecture and art while comparing it to early 20th century modernism. The result is a lineup filled with lighthearted, functional essentials that utilize new prints and usage of color, and unique twists.
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Our friends at Blackbird just updated their stock on their website and among the pieces added is this briefcase by Shipley & Halmos. The Schiller messenger briefcase has a smooth leather exterior in an oak brown finish and is lined with a custom printed poly material. It has two front exterior pockets with internal canvas pen holders and additional supply pockets.
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Uniqlo is pushing out collaborations faster than Geno’s pushes out cheesesteaks. They’ve announced the Designer Invitation Campaign which lets us know about the upcoming collaborations on Uniqlo’s calendar. We already knew about Steven Alan and Opening Ceremony but the campaign gives April 13th release dates for Shipley&Hamos as well as Gilded Age.