At times it feels like a full-time job just keeping up to date with the news. Political events, wars, new music, new stuff to spend your money on — there’s more distractions than ever out there. That’s why, to save you time and energy, we’ve wrapped up some tidbits from the week into one handy space.
Below you’ll find a selection of news-worthy stories that didn’t quite make it onto the Highsnobiety main pages, but are still well worth feasting your eyes upon.
Here’s five stories worth your attention this week.
SECOND/LAYER Drops an Exclusive Collection for Harvey Nichols
Buzzed LA label SECOND/LAYER drops an exclusive set of FW16 gear for British high-end department store Harvey Nichols. Like many West Coast labels are doing right now, the line sticks to easygoing, low-key pieces like sweatpants, topcoats and Harrington jackets. Head over to Harvey Nichols to shop the range right now.
RETROSUPERFUTURE x Slam Jam Is Here
Milanese eyewear label RETROSUPERFUTURE links with their pals over at Slam Jam for a limited edition set of sunglasses sporting distinctive “Tuttolente” technology, which basically means the frames are one giant lens. The shades are available now, in both silver and gold colorways, for €279 (that’s a bit over $300).
Pax Ceramics Drops New Homeware
Venice-based homeware label Pax Ceramics drops a fresh set of goods inspired by So-Cal living and mid-century design classics. Many of the pieces have been finished with hand-sprayed airbrush glazes, inspired by the state’s “Golden Hour” sunrise and sunset. Mugs, bowls, espresso cups and vases are all included — the new collection is available now via the brand’s online store.
RIDEAU Previews SS17 Collection
NYC luxury label RIDEAU unveils the official lookbook for its SS17 collection. A smorgasbord of high-end sassiness, key looks for the brand include fabulous patterned suiting, luxe suede jackets and a ton of sumptuous off-white pieces. A label to watch for sure.
Kiosk: Neighborhood Essays Launches Debut Issue
Kiosk: Neighborhood Essays is a new publication focussing on London’s thriving creative scene. For it’s inaugural issue, the mag looks at The Gagosian Gallery, the history of clubbing in the King’s Cross district, and dissident menswear designer Matthew Miller. What’s more, all of the photography has been shot on film. The mag is available to read online, but if you’d prefer the real thing then there’s a print version too.