The first week of 2016 has brought more than a few exciting stories our way. As usual, we've gathered the 10 most engaging narratives of last week. Scroll down to see what you may have missed.
We stumbled upon modern dinnerware label Hasami through TRNK NYC. Designed by contemporary artist Takuhiro Shinomoto, Hasami's pared-down range of eating and drinking vessels will quietly impress dinner guests.
Our Legacy presented a range of military and utilitarian inspired garb under the banner of the "Syndrome" collection. The styles are not overly designed, but they don't slack on individuality, either. We can always appreciate a solid clothing line up.
Pendleton took its National Park collection a step further when it announced a special partnership with Airstream. The two companies co-designed and customized only 100 National Parks-dedicated trailers. Part of the proceeds from the sales will go towards preserving the parks.
Contributor Jian DeLeon took some time to introduce us to a company that's proving why you've been buying belts all wrong your whole life. The in-depth interview with Upton's founder reveals a lot about what one should look for in the perfect belt.
If you're planning on getting fit in 2016 these eight activewear brands can help you reach your goals. Plus, a new year means it's time to venture away from the sportswear behemoths like Nike and adidas.
This is what happens when the former Miss Kentucky poses for Jonathan Leder.
Explore the bravery and fearless exploration of new ways of teaching, thinking, and practicing art. Established in North Carolina in 1933, The Black Mountain College became instrumental developing avant-garde art, music, poetry and theory.
Described as a meeting of “design and olfaction,” the sophisticated cologne comes packaged in a sculptural frosted glass bottle with a handcrafted and numbered silver cap. Meet Brioni's anniversary fragrance dubbed "Extrait Intense.”
One of our favorite things about fashion is its tendency to draw references from every relevant part of past and present culture. For Fall/Winter 2016 the Markus Lupfer man is transported to the past via mid-century modern inspirations rife with references to Great Britain’s “ton boy” subculture.
If you're cycling to work, you need a proper pack that's built for that specific purpose. Brooks England just introduces a collection of bags that rival our love for its leather saddles.