Time to pick out some favourites from the past week in our Editor’s Selections. A little something for everyone, from a beautiful bubble-filled hybrid sneaker editorial to colorful Italian leather accessories from Il Bussetto. London shop tours, corrugated architecture, cycling illustrated and a chat with the folks at Bedwin & The Heatbreakers, we also took in some impressive fresh goods from consistently creative labels including Soulland, Best Made and Champion. Find our top ten after the jump.Best Made Create a Waxed Anorak in 3 Colors
If you’re looking to add another anorak to your hooded outerwear collection then take a stroll over to Best Made, now offering a Made in the USA 6.25 oz waxed cotton parka in three colors – black, charcoal and orange.Artist Kurt McRobert Illustrates New York City Cycling Tribes
Kurt McRobert takes a light-hearted, illustrated look at various NYC cycling stereotypes including The Park Slope Dad, The Fixie Kid and The Citibike.
Last week saw the release of a true-blue indigo collection from sweat kings Champion, the Japanese arm of the brand continuing to push forward, creating covetable casuals including a pullover hoodie and a 3/4 sleeve shirt.A Look Inside London Independent Menswear Store Content
Another week another store tour, this time we go inside independent London store Content located on Lamb’s Conduit street in Central London. Look out for labels such as Alden, Baracuta, Filson, Gant Rugger, Our Legacy and Barbour.oki-ni Highlight the Best Hybrid Sneakers on the Market
Online store oki-ni put their favourite hybrid sneakers on show in this bubbly editorial, Raf Simons Adidas, Lanvin, Rick Owens and more, with set design by Andrew Stellitano and photography from Sam Hofman.Soulland Pre-Fall 2014 “sWEEDen” Collection
The clever folks at Soulland celebrate 420 with a capsule collection entitled “sWEEDen.” Hand-drawn prints, logo sweats and flag covered tees for “long nights, bonfires, skinny-dipping, strawberries, and weed.”Republic of Fritz Hansen bring back the Arne Jacobsen Drop Chair
An Arne Jacobsen design classic returns thanks to Fritz Hansen. First released in 1958, originally designed for the SAS Radisson hotel in Copenhagen, the iconic Drop Chair takes inspiration from the human form.Il Bussetto Colorful Spring/Summer 2014 Leather Accessories
Italian accessory brand Il Bussetto combine moulded leather goodness with a cleverly chosen color palette, iPhone cases, cigar holders, zip wallets and more for the current season.A Interview with Masafumi Watanabe of Bedwin & The Heartbreakers
Bedwin founder Masafumi Watanabe takes time out for a chat on “the Internet changing people’s approach to style, Savile Row tailors and brand collaborations.”An Incredible Corrugated “House for mother” from Förstberg Arkitektur
Located in Linköping, Sweden, this two-part concept home combines an exposed plywood and beams support with concrete flooring and a corrugated aluminium facade. Beautiful.