New York´s highly anticipated brand Aimé Leon Dore is back presenting their latest range for Spring/Summer 2016, drawing inspiration from Beth Lesser, a Reggae photographer and writer who closely documented the rise of Jamaican culture in the 80’s. The Collection is titled “Kingston, 1983,” and features 36 pieces consisting of trench coats, cotton throw-overs, linen t-shirts and tank tops, polos, a cotton knit cardigan, henley and hoodie, short sleeve mandarins, linen pants, shorts, a fleece hoodie and crewneck, a long bomber and a coach jacket.
This guide to New York City brought to you by bi-annual travel and lifestyle magazine Cereal features a discerning edit of favourite places and hotspots of the melting Big Apple with an ever so stylish and minimalistic print issue like you would expect. On 128 beautifully designed pages in full colour on FSC uncoated paper, you will find everything from neighbourhood maps, a section of additional recommendations as well as a photo essay of the city and personal essays by New Yorkers Fabrice Penot of Le Labo and Frank Muytjens of J. Crew.
Celebrating their first year in fashion, New York´s up and coming brand Aimé Leon Dore present their Anniversary Capsule Collection. Pursuing their clean and comfortable approach on streetwear the young brand presents an 8-piece capsule collection consisting of crewnecks, hoodies, waffle-knit thermals, wool flannel pants and distressed stonewashed denim as well as beanies and tote bags.The collection which is exclusively produced in New York City is already the second drop in 2015.
Online retailer for home goods Nalata Nalata just recently opened their doors with their very first storefront located right next to Inventory in Manhattan. Take a look at the beautiful impression from the retail space and visit Nalata Nalata online or drop by at 2 Extra Place, on 1st street between 2nd avenue and the Bowery.
Fashion and lifestyle photographer Justin Chung released his first book entitled Faculty Department, giving us a personal and up-close perspective on noteworthy individuals such as Ennis McIntosh, Tokuhiko Kise, Frank Muytjens, Lauren Snyder, Philip Crangi, and Armando Cabral. With his photography project and visual journey, Justin Chung offers a glimpse into the lives of 13 creative personalities - while at work, in their daily routine or within the stillness of a moment. With this photography book Justin Chung focused on lives, spaces, and the stories documented in a book filled with pages of warm and intimated imagery. The book is now available at selected book stores worldwide or online over at Faculty Department.
New York-based brand UNIS just released their first drop of outwear for fall/winter 2014. The label has gained quite a status for their highly anticipated varsity jackets, and for this fall/winter season, the label adds new variations to their range, dropping some classic outerwear pieces like varsity jackets, suede bombers, and a new full leather bomber.
New York-based photographer Franck Bohbot captured these beautiful shots and replaced the typical Manhattan Chinatown cliché like daytime noise, incessant deliveries, hasty people, and countless tourists with deserted nocturnal streets, giving the environment a quiet and contemplative, almost science fiction like scenery.