We’ll be needing a few extra staff members for the upcoming spring and summer busyness.
If you or someone you know is interested in joining forces with us, please send your C.V to firstname.lastname@example.org
Retail experience is required. Experience with sharp objects is not.
As of FW13 we’ll be carrying the Saturdays full menswear collection. This second issue of the bi annual publication just arrived this week and I must say, it’s quite impressive.
This 334 page advertisement free magazine includes interviews with Bruce Weber, Christo (of Christo and Jeanne-Claude), Larry Clark, Eric Cahan, Hedi Slimane and a slew of other influential characters. Drawing parallels between surf and beach culture, photography, art, graphic design and fashion – all in a refined and very approachable context.
Needless to say, we’re very much looking forward in working with these guys.
Designer Naoto Fukasawa recently conceived a collection of paper products for the japanese paper
company onao. The ‘siwa’ collection uses the company’s new ‘noaton’ paper in different ways.
Most of the collection uses disposable archetypes and transforms them into more durable products.
The special paper can be used in these applications because it is tear resistant. The company
traditionally makes washi paper that is more associated with crafty products. Fukasawa’s aim was to
develop products, which can be used everyday and update the company’s image for the modern day.
We offer a range of products stemming from this collection, including wallets, card holders, small boxes and these square dop kits.
Fine Little Day is a sprawling and happily inconsistent company and blog
based in Sweden, Gothenburg. Their ambition is to include art and design in
your everyday life. Fine Little Day was founded 2007 by artist Elisabeth Dunker. Her main goal is to the greatest extent possible to have products produced by methods that are both fair to people and environmentally friendly.
The Travel Almanac is a biannual publication out of New York and Berlin which explores the topic of traveling from the personal perspectives of innovative figures in the fashion, music, art, and film worlds.
Currently offering issue #2, and waiting for a re-order on issues #3 and #4 due around January 25th 2013.