May is bringing us a solid mix of new ideas and products for your wear and home. In this week’s editor picks bring us a look at new camping car tends from Poler, leather jackets from Vanson and much more. Dig right in and catch up on the week.
15 excellent military-inspired bomber jackets from APC, Public School, Alpha Industries, Our Legacy, Stone Island, QC/WC, Baracuta and many others.
A second buyer’s guide this week. The month of May is National Bike Month. We encourage you all to get on a bicycle and enjoy your city and surroundings. This guide offers 10 unique bicycles from builders across North America and Europe.
rOtring reenters the North American market with the launch of their 800+ mechanical pencil with stylus tip for us on paper and on tablet and other touch sensitive screens. Available now online.
“The masters of luggage and leather goods over at Ghurka flex their design muscles with the recent launch of their “Campaign Furniture” Collection. With all pieces looking like they could come with a dude rocking a pith hat and smoking a pipe, the brand’s influences are clear – expeditions across Asia and Africa around the turn of the century.”
This one comes to us from Koreatown, Los Angeles: “One of the most impressive new hotels we’ve stumbled across in quite some time, The Line opened doors early this year, taking over a former mid-century resort and transforming it into a concrete-heavy, pop art, raw edged luxury hotel with a strong nod to its surrounding neighbourhood.”
Two parts Massachusetts, one part New York: the new Vansons C2 motorcycle jacket is a heavy duty piece that will live forever in your closet and serve you on and off the bike. We love it.
Portland, Oregon’s Poler Stuff continues to offer well-priced, reliable goods for the recreational camper and outdoorsman. Their latest car rooftop tent is about as good as it gets in the world of car camping.
Japan’s Superior Labor takes pride in building the finest workwear that is authentic to the originals they pay homage to. Their latest collection of hats and cap continue their fine tradition.
150 years on and Borsalino is still showing everyone how to to be a modern gentleman. Their latest lookbook shares their latest collection through black and white imagery.