If you were buying a new car and had two choices, one of which was barely tested and designed just to make money, and the other extensively developed to be well-made and innovative, you'd choose the latter, right? That's the idea behind Ministry of Supply's Lab collection. All the shirts were repeatedly tested and observed until they were absolutely perfected. Whether you choose the Atmos Polo—the world's first robotically knit polo designed to wick away moisture—or the temperature regulating Apollo Polo, you can rest assured you're getting a shirt that's well-thought-out and expertly made. ... check it out
To celebrate the launch of our latest series of Word. Notebooks, we assembled some gear that fits with their fractal theme. Contemporary and fresh, here’s what to pair with your new Word. Polygon pocket notebook. ... continue reading
Even though you may get a mustard stain or two this weekend, it doesn't mean you shouldn't look good when you meet with some friends around the grill. Everything in this outfit is made in the USA and will allow you to display a bit of patriotism while you fire up some dogs tomorrow.
1. Shinola Runwell Watch - ... continue reading
If you haven’t noticed, indigo is kind of having a moment. No longer relegated to just denim, blue fabrics from Japan have been used to craft all sorts of apparel as of late. These fabrics were the inspiration for the latest edition of our Word. Notebooks, and we decided to show them off with some of our other favorite ... continue reading