This hoodie from House of Cassette is tailor made for the slopes. It even includes a zipper pocket along the back where you can tuck away your gloves.
Sweatshirt from Nortwick's fall '10 collection. Very comfortable, with some great details. Perfect for the fall.
Very impressed with the reversible front zip jacket from James Perse Los Angeles.
Great collaboration between EVER and Jack Spade to create these military-inspired duffle and tote bags.
Double-breasted naval coat from Kill City Jeans. The coat is traditional enough, but with some attitude.
Loving this leather bomber jacket from The Row. Perfect as the weather starts to get colder.
The Bromley from Mosley Tribes' current collection.
KZO's 3/4 sleeve plaid shirt - an interesting take on the traditional men's button-up.
The Military Boot from Esquivel, handmade in George Esquivel's Southern California shop by master cobblers.
The Quattro from relatively new brand Gourmet. The shape of the shoe is inspired by the silhouette of the iconic Nike Air Jordans of the 90s.
Simple and beautiful Woven Duffle Bag by Andoid Homme. [Ed. note: the Bottega Veneta look for cheaper?]
SK jeans by Rogue Territory, a Los Angeles denim maker that handcrafts each pair using much of the same techniques used by American manufacturers of the early 20th century.
Launched in 2009, Caulfield Preparatory was inspired by designer Vincent Flumiani’s fascination with JD Salinger’s “Catcher in the Rye.”
"Threads for threads." For every tie or bowtie purchase, FIGS gives a uniform to a child in order for them to attend school. They’ve started with schools in Kenya and Tanzania, and are hoping to take their mission worldwide.
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