• Maiden Noir x Haven

    Star Pattern Cap

    Maiden Noir partnered with Canadian retailer HAVEN on a small capsule collection, including the Star Pattern Cap. It features a traditional camp cap construction with adjustable leather back closure and monotone metal eyelet. The upper is made from an imported Japanese fabric that features a unique star pattern in a beautiful seasonal colorway.

  • Battenwear

    Shearling Trucker Jacket

    Battenwear impresses with a impeccable take on the classic trucker jacket. It is crafted from a sturdy cotton corduroy fabric and features a features a full fleece lining, sure to keep you warm in the coldest weather.

  • NEIGHBORHOOD

    B.D. Camo C-Shirt

    Staying true to its rugged roots, Japanese brand NEIGHBORHOOD provides an amazing looking and as always expertly crafted rendition of a military classic.

  • Essentiel

    Vinny Belt

    The Vinny belt in sea green by Essentiel provides that tiny bit of extra color to round out that outfit.

  • Engineered Garments

    Cinch Pant

    Engineered Garment's Cinch Pants offer a clean cut silhouette and practical detailing with a distinct military spin. They are crafted from durable cotton canvas and feature an adjustable waist via a cinch in the rear.

  • New Balance

    M890BN3 Blue Tab Collection

    Known and appreciated mostly for its retro styles, New Balance now offers a great new collection dubbed “Blue Tab” that fuses performance-driven technology with contemporary designs.

Weekly Outfit October, 11 2013

The Weekly Outfit: Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Ghost Dog’ Color Palette

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We’re back to our old thematic Weekly Outfit tricks again, this time around revisiting the color palette-inspired outfit. Previously we’ve taken stills from the films 2001: A Space Odyssey and most recently we took inspiration from a shot out of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. This time around we’ve got Jim Jarmusch’s 1999 crime action film Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai. Even for those of you who haven’t seen the film itself, which I hope to God is a very small percentage, the film still on its own is a feast for the eyes. The color palette is bold and varied, but a filter gives the scene a washed-out look which makes it almost cartoon-like, and we’ve picked an outfit that emanates those shades.