Back to our roundup of the week with another edition of Editor’s Selections, bringing you the best of the past seven days for your Sunday reading pleasure. We got dipping with a new set of Sir Kensington’s Sauces and took a tour of both Deth Killers and Saint Laurent’s new stores, from NYC to London. See our picks after the jump.
We reviewed four new sauces from Sir Kensington’s, a monocle-wearing, top hat sporting fella who knows his way around a condiment. When the set arrived on our desks we immediately ran to Five Guys and got dipping.
A popular click among our readers, ETQ Amsterdam push new colours and looks for Spring 2014, giving us the popular leather low as well as their take on the running shoe.
Longtime fans of Outlier, we happily sat down with Abe Burmeiseter to talk fabrics, party tricks and copycats. “In this business, if no one is copying you than you are doing something wrong.”
Our Red Wing Postman shoes have clocked up a fair few miles since they entered our lives, comfortable, sturdy and something a little different from your average RW silhouette. So, cheers to the brand for bringing out a whole selection of Summer versions, available in suede and oil-tanned leather.
Motorcycle fans, listen up. We took a tour of the Deth Killers new shop on the Bowery this week, housed in an abandoned service station. “The interior has a warm, “DIY” feel with eclectic decoration and a pornographic-esque dressing room.” What more could you want?
A spectacular installation in the city of Rotterdam, the “Elastic Perspective” bridge from NEXT Architects takes inspiration from an impossible shape – the Möbius Strip, using rusted steel to create a frustrating but ultimately beautiful structure.
Another store tour, this time with a rather different brand, we took a look around the new Saint Laurent store on Sloane Street last week before its official opening, a beautifully executed take on art deco and French modernism.
Porter, Beams and ACE Hotel? Yeah, a pretty strong combination for a selection of unfussy accessories made of durable, richly colored dark olive and mustard canvas, waistpacks and rucksacks for those who appreciate simplicity.
Could we have found the world’s greatest hammer? Possibly. The Cole-Bar offers seven tools on one, a crowbar, angle measurer, ruler, socket wrench, nail pliers, demolition tool and of course hammer. Swiss Army knife vibes with this useful bit of kit.