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Insult Candy T-Shirt
This deceptively sweet T-shirt is perfect for anybody who's a little anti-Valentine—or indeed just anti-social. With messages including "U R Gross," "Keep Moving" and "Fat Chance," this pastel-colored, 100% cotton top will keep the cranky looking kawaii...
STYLE
Black Weirdos Meets Twin Peaks for A/W 14
For their A/W 2014 collection, Japanese label Black Weirdos has gone deep into Ghostwood Forest. The delightfully odd menswear brand has created a line that is inspired by all things Twin Peaks—no doubt scaring and thrilling fans of the show. There...
STYLE
P. Johnson Tailors Pocket Squares
Maybe it’s the recent resurgence of '80s touchstones like Ettore Sottsass’ Memphis movement and Jeff Koons that have us lusting after designs that blend play and sophistication, but there is something undeniably appealing about Australian menswear...
STYLE
Classic Cycling Apparel by Henri 1865
Henri Desgrange was a celebrated sports journalist, decorated cyclist and the first organizer of the Tour de France. He is known to many as the godfather of urban cycling and is, in fact, a defining source of inspiration for Henri 1865, a young...
DESIGN
Interview: Kharma Vella of Poler
by Tariq Dixon Poler is the self-proclaimed maker of “the world’s highest standard of stuff.” Founded in 2010 by longtime buddies Benji Wagner and Kharma Vella, Poler makes stylish and well-priced wares for the everyday outdoor enthusiast. With...
SHOPS
Traveller Denim Co.
Austin is a town that's growing up, but a good haircut and great pair of jeans is still all you need to succeed. Enter Traveller Denim Co.—the city's only purveyor of custom jeans in handmade, bespoke raw denim. Selenia Rios and Erik Untersee are on...
STYLE
Tucheng Store in Beijing
The Chinese propaganda leviathan is still struggling to find a way to make the country look hip and culturally influential worldwide, and in the eyes of a skeptical foreign audience, any effort will be useless until freedom of expression doesn’t...