Monthly Archives: September 2010

Excerpted: And You, Brutus?

Japanese Men’s book, BRUTUS, has a few stories that caught my attention in their Fall/Winter issue. I am told that they concern Engineered Garments‘ collaboration with Golden Bear of San Francisco, Alden of New England and Italian milliners Borsalino. Or … Continue reading

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Out&About: Here&There.

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It’s Coming: The Rig Out from Oi Polloi, #3.

Way back when, I brought you the very first issue of The Rig Out, Oi Polloi‘s zine. Well, their latest effort, issue #3, is set to touch down at Secret Forts in the coming days. The new issue promises to … Continue reading

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The Fall Three: James Fox, 10Engines.

James Fox is the man behind 10Engines. Simply put; Family/food/rural/library/transatlantic/vintage. ‘Nuff said. What follows is what has James Fox stoked on Fall. It’s his Fall Three. 1) A new rig. This may be stretching it as “fall”… I love my … Continue reading

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Open For Business: One Trip Pass + Ace Hotel.

The coastal caravan has pulled into LA, the boys have set up shop and they’ve flung the doors wide open for business this very day. If you’re in the area, head over to Cleveland Art and have a look at … Continue reading

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I (HEART) Alexis Krauss. Sleigh Bells “Infinity Guitars” from Phil Pinto on Vimeo. Been a fan of Sleigh Bells since first hearing the loudness of “Crown on the Ground”. Phil Pinto‘s video for “Infinity Guitars” gives further reason to be wary of rogue … Continue reading

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Jake Davis Shot Me.

I spent a recent afternoon with Jake. By now, you know who he is and you know what he does. They’re called Test Shots. I’ve always been a huge fan of them and they’re always done so well. When Jake … Continue reading

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