My girl is unable to put things back where they belong. I’m not entirely confident that she grasps the basic premise that things, stuff, objects we own, can (and arguably should) be placed where we’ve previously agreed they live. Radical viewpoint it may be, but… Read More
Ignore the olive coat. We’re looking instead at that black harness thing. It’s a “Loitering Vest” by Japanese casualwearists YSTRDY’S TMRRW. It’s nylon, features a couple of pockets and looks like the kind of thing you’d see in the window of Prowler on Old Compton… Read More
These Mountain Research cargo pants are “multi-dimensional” according to retailer Haven. I can’t figure out how many dimensions, outside the usual three, are at play here? But I do know I prefer all my trousers to exist on at least three dimensions. I find two… Read More
In an average life there are number of ‘big ticket’ items you simply can’t avoid. A home and a car usually top the list. But of course there are other equally wallet damaging necessities; engagement rings, holidays abroad, a big TV, a white leather body-warmer.
Let’s say Star Wars: The Last Jedi didn’t occur in a galaxy far, far away, but in Dalston Junction. Under such circumstances it would be reasonable to expect some stylistic differences. There’d probably be fewer fish-faced nuns. Fewer aristocratic yaks with gambling habits. And the… Read More
No matter the level of toil that goes into making new jeans look old, they don’t. Not truly. I have yet to see an industrial level process that accurately captures the unmistakable result of prolonged wear. Whether sand blasted, enzyme washed or honeycombed with laser… Read More