Monday, February 20th, 2012

2:00 pm

Gabicci Vintage – Looks


It’s the 70′s. You are of the Northern Soul persuasion and you’re practicing your spins before a Saturday session. The television is cased in wood. Your dinner involves Smash, you wreak of Brut and just like most of  your mates you’re about…

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Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Friday, August 26th, 2011

9:00 pm

Garbstore RAF Knit Sweater


Here’s an original pop over style British military spec knit from Garbstore. A peace bird print on the front may work well for those in need of a unique knit sweater for the colder months. A well constructed piece. More…

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Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

8:18 pm

Deus Autumn 2010 Knits and Sweats


Our favorite Australian motorcycle guys, Deus, have released their Autumn 2010 line. It’s cool, casual, Saturday afternoon in the garage gear… and, that’s a vibe we can totally buy into. The collection includes a mix of crews (like the above…

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Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

1:52 pm

Denim Demon “Trajja Herk”

selectism - Denim Demon "Trajja Herk"

With a nod to Sami culture, the “Trajja Herk” sweater from Denim Demon continues the brands progression with garments that complement the core product. This item features traditional south Sami colors in the strips and a handmade antler button. Reindeer…

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Friday, December 5th, 2008

4:40 pm

Freeman’s Sporting Club Knitwear

Selectism - Freeman's Sporting Club Knitwear comes through with some looks at the new knitwear line from Freeman’s Sporting Club of NYC. Keeping the high standard gentleman’s class that FSC is known for the knits are constructed from only the finest of textiles. As…

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Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

7:23 pm

Arne & Carlos Sweaters and Cardigans

Selectism - Arne & Carlos Sweaters and Cardigans

Norway’s Arne & Carlos offers some seasonally proper sweaters and cardigans, that should not be confused with the Cosby style sweaters which some believe are in for a comeback. When the Scandinavians work over knits with local patterns, they come…

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