Selection time as we round-up the best of the past seven days in our top ten list. Simple, functional products caught our eye this week including an unfussy Braun-inspired watch by VOID and a beautiful set of primary color stationary from designer Sam Wilkinson. Geoff McFetridge popped up in Copenhagen with an assortment of new graphics, Japan made us sigh with more beautiful traditional fabrics and Workaday Handmade welcomed us into their Brooklyn studio for a ceramics fix. Dive in for more from the past week.
Pilgrim Surf + Supply call in old friends for a collaboration series that included an impressive list of brands from Vans and Kletterwerks to BEAMS and Engineered Garments.
Loop-cap bottles in bright Spring colors from the always spot-on Klean Kanteen, choose from Apple Green, Flame Orange or Aqua Sky.
Beautiful Japanese fabrics straight outta Fukuoka with these scarves from label Kiriko, woven on original looms, plenty of mixed options to choose from, each and every one a winner.
Handmade ceramics, lovingly crafted one by one, Workaday run a Bed-Stuy studio devoted to unique, contemporary objects. We head inside.
London-based Sam Wilkinson gets cheerful with a range of bright and breezy stationary for Lexon, ready to jazz up even the dullest of work places.
Lunge join the list of new (to us) running shoe brands that combine old-school looks with a quality, sustainable build ready to hit the streets.
Margaret Howell diffusion label MHL bring together men’s and womenswear in this lookbook featuring photographer Ellen Nolan, shot by Matt Hind.
David Ericsson designs this ultra clean watch with a touch of Braun magic. The combination of stainless steel, black leather and red hands do it for us.
Lucky old Denmark get a first look at some superb, whimsical graphics from artist Geoff McFetridge, humour and warmth marking MEDITALLUCINATION out us some of his best work.
Dickies 1922 line meets New York’s Palmer Trading Company for Spring/Summer 2014, a selection of serious archive goods that should appeal to all your American workwear fans.