With the close to a week, we revive our end of week look back with the first of many “Editor’s Selections” this Sunday. See our favorite stories of the week including a look back at New York Fashion Week to Kvadrat covered boomboxes. Enjoy.
Selectism in-house photographer, Thomas Welch takes us behind-the-scenes of New York Fashion Week shows from Mark McNairy, Michael Bastian, Billy Reid, Band of Outsiders, and more. Visit our Fall/Winter 2014 page for all our collection coverage.
J.Crew menswear designer, Frank Muytjens turns to the longshoreman of 1930s New York for a modern take on cargos and outerwear. See what’s you’ll be shopping for this Fall in this full collection look. One of the most popular stories on Selectism this week.
SSAP designer, Mel Sangsomsap, heads to his hometown of Sakolnakorn, Thailand, for a garment-dyed tops-only collection for Fall/Winter 2014. Look for t-shirts, button-downs and a variety of colorful jackets. We love this brand.
“Denmark’s Vifa, maker of loudspeakers for many well-known brands, now go it alone creating their own line of speakers each named after Copenhagen. The matt polished Aluminium frame features six choices from world-renowned fabric makers Kvadrat.”
British bag maker Ally Capellino continues her work with Apple, creating accessories specifically for the brand’s electronics. This latest ultra-lightweight line includes two backpacks, bags for 15″ or 13″ MacBook, as well as a messenger. Recommended.
A tour of the street of Paris during men’s fashion week with the good folks from Japan’s United Arrows. Lovely team.
“The unique combination of white paint, oil-treated oak, and polished concrete create a space that is both calming and cooling. Situated amongst rich vegetation of pine, temple trees and rhododendron leaves, the Villa is constructed to invite nature into the household, just as much as it creates a private, cozy space.”
Need Supply re-stocks and reimagines the iconic Alden Indy Boot by paying homage to the that pays homage to the Union Hill neighborhood not too far from Need’s shop in Richmond, VA.