The heat wave has subsided for now in New York; that means more excuses for us to get out of our air-conditioned apartments for some walking shopping. In other cities, there are color-coded cafes, micro architecture lectures and talks about shoes in Jamaica. It’ll all make more sense after the jump.

See our past weekend guides here.

 

LONDON: Baracuta’s New Flagship

Believe it or not, Britain’s iconic label Baracuta just opened its very first flagship shop on London’s Newburgh Street. If you’re in dire need of a new Harrington Jacket, this is definitely your spot.

14 Newburgh Street 

 

LONDON: Clarks in Jamaica Talk at the V&A

Clark shoes have become a cultural fascination in Jamaica. This Friday at the Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre, a series of panelists including Al “Fingers” Newman, Professor Paul Gilroy, legendary musician Bunny Striker Lee and Lance Clark will offer personal anecdotes about the phenomenon that has found its way into the dancehall scene, reggae music, film, books and popular culture as a whole. The event will close with a DJ set of songs about Clarks spun by Al Fingers. Tickets are between $10 and $15.

Cromwell Road, SW7 2RL

 

LESSAC, FRANCE: Go Hasegawa at Boisbuchet

Award-winning Tokyo-based architect Go Hasegawa will be giving a lecture on micro architecture in nature at the beautiful Boisbuchet sanctuary in Lessac, France. As part of the experience guests are invited to explore Hasegawa’s organic installations, which seamlessly blend into their natural environment. The lectures will be held from August 16 to 22 and will range from roughly $930 to $1,253 depending on desire for accommodations, food, etc.

16500 Lessac, France

 

LOS ANGELES: Kiriko Trunk Show at Tortoise General Store

Oregon’s Kiriko Made is traveling to Venice, LA for the weekend for a special shop-in-shop at Tortoise. The Japan-inspired retailer will bring one-of-a-kind customized pieces, vintage wear and pottery. Not to be missed. Find more info here.

1208 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, 90291

 

MIAMI: New Illesteva Store

Illesteva continues its push into physical retail with a third retail opening in less than a year. The new store is located in the Wynwood Art District of Miami, fully furnished by custom design and fabrication shop Mckenzie Craft. Leather bags, umbrellas and more can be found aside from its ever-popular glasses handmade in France and Italy. With its unique frame shapes and materials, Illestava is sure to contribute to the fresh energy of Wynwood.

299 NW 2nd Avenue

 

NEW YORK: Haerfest & Special Delivery Pop-Up 

The folks at Haerfest are popping-up in the Lower East Side this weekend with basics label Special Delivery. This is a rare chance to see the full collection from both labels, so don’t miss out on this one. Open through Sunday, August 16.

2 Rivington Street

 

MONACO: Pantone Cafe 

Have you ever thought about ordering your food by color? Earlier this week, Pantone Cafe held an opening with its color-coded croissants and espresso menu. The bright shades of the building, decor and serving ware all contribute to the refreshing atmosphere of the pop-up. Be sure to get a taste of the experience before doors close on September 9.

10 Av. Princesse Grace, 98000

 

OSAKA: Roy Rogers Flagship

Born in Florence, Italy and internationally recognized for its singular approach to denim, Roy Rogers is now expanding beyond the European market. The company recently marked an historical moment: its first-ever Japanese store, located in Osaka. According to the brand, they were attracted to the great admiration Japan has traditionally shown toward denim. Stop in to see the layout for yourself.

8-7 Kakuda-cho, Kita-ku

Words by Staff
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