This parka comes straight from Nigel Cabourn’s own archive, a design based on an original flight jacket. The shell’s made with Ventile while the interior’s lined with Harris Tweed. The parka’s topped off with an asymmetrical zip and chest pockets.
Unionmade’s collaborative efforts with fellow Bay Area resident Golden Bear continues with this impeccably crafted pea coat. It’s a traditionally styled double breasted pea coat with leather bound pockets and a button collar closure.
Toby Jones Jewelry is made from antique brass, white bronze, amber, or sterling silver. These pieces have a really nice ‘aged’ feel that makes them unique. These images are from his SS11 collection, “The lonely heart´s club”.
Inspired by the famous Toscano cigars of Lucca in Italy, Santa Maria Novella's latest addition Tabacco Toscano opens with a sparkling fruity-floral note and quickly changes into a warm and leathery yet airy tobacco scent.
Maine-based Corvus Watch made this dive watch in a black PVD version exclusively for Freeman Sporting Club. It’s limited to only 50 units. The Bradley is based on the first 2 dive watches ever commissioned by the US Navy, the 1958 Bulova and the 1961 Blancpain.
This is a pair of Linda Farrow x Tim Hamilton sunglasses from the Linda Farrow Projects series. Made in Japan- shown here in a tortoise shell frame and dark brown lenses with foldable arms and bridge of the frame.
Cool reversible zip-up nylon parka from Australian label Orri Henrisson. It features a two-tone sky and navy on one side and kelly green on the other. Wear it on its own during the cooler evenings and wear it over layers during the colder months.
ZONKEY BOOT is an Austrian high-end men’s shoe brand, created by Michael Rollig, the founder and designer of Saint Crispin’s, and by his partner, Alexandra Diaconu. This is their first collection, for spring-summer 2011.
Living ultralight with Nordkapp Centogrammi. "For the realization of each Centogrammi, in fact, we use a padding of pure white goose down in accordance with the 90/10 Japanese Standard, one of the most valuable in the world,"