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.
New York-based photographer Brian W. Ferry had the chance to shoot a series of photos for the cover story of Dwell February 2015 issue, featuring this beautifully renovated penthouse apartment in São Paulo. It took 5 years for Simone Santos to find this amazing penthouse in a congested apartment building located in the Jardins neighborhood.
Since the 19th century, we were prophesied that an Age of Leisure would make our lives much more easy and that the machines will free use from the drudgery of work. But what happened to the Age of Leisure? A decade later it seems that none of these promises have come to reality, people work more than ever, sometimes handling 3 jobs to pay their bills and also social media is having a mature impact on our lives always overflowing us with mass information. In their latest issue Kinfolk Magazine meets Carl Honoré, one of the most respected advocates of the Slow Movement, eleven years after publishing his book „In Praise of slowness, he offers some insight on what slow means today.
Nepenthes introduced their latest project, the first issue of The Garment District Journal, a publication "Investigating the world with observations and conditions of our time between objects, people, words and conversations." The GDJ will be a seasonal publication that features a collection of writing and photography. Issue number one includes an interview with Jeremy Lewis/Garmento Magazine, “3 PM” editorial by JIMA, a look back at New York’s Level Plane Records, a dig through Steve Terry/Wild Life’s archives and more.
Today Ryan Willms announced the closure of the two Inventory stores in Vancouver and New York. It´s really upsetting to me since I´ve been a big fan of the concept and the philosophy behind these stores.
Japanese leather artisan Hender Scheme, known for taking on some classic sneaker silhouettes and creating all-leather high-end reproductions released their first book dubbed “Manufacture”. The book pays homage to the people behind the brand and details the high-quality craftsmanship that makes these leather products so remarkable. With this book Hender Scheme is giving the readers a view on the manufacturing process and the people who are coming from the Asakusa district of Tokyo - where the brand’s atelier sits.
With this editorial featuring musician Daniel Caesar, NEEDS&WANTS is giving use a sneak peek at their upcoming issue 2 of the NEEDS&WANTS’ Paper.