A watch with genuine military specifications.
With “the essentials never leave room for the superfluous” as its sole motto, Bell & Ross engineers have designed a military watch perfectly adapted to professional use.
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Thomas St. Post Office is opening it’s doors tomorrow with its main aims, to bring brands from around the world into one location and to offer a retail experience not soon forgotten.
Carhartt, Pointer and Edwin are parceled happily amongst the likes of Undefeated, Staple and Idiom….
So if you are anywhere near Manchester, cancel all of your plans and make it down to the Post Office…
Thomas St. Post Office (Map)
61 Thomas Street
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
"With The North Face’s anniversary exhibition being the story of the day, we figured why not add fuel to the fire and feature the upcoming project between the quintessential outdoors brand and New York based Supreme. The set is comprised of a classic sherpa fleece zip down with traditional North Face branding along with Supreme embroidery in three nicely executed color schemes. Release information is not available as of yet but stay tuned for an update in the coming weeks."
It's all about the grey and blue colourway...
Monday, November 24, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
"If you've ever wanted to design your own sneaker, you're in luck: The Nike Sportswear store in Soho introduces its new Bespoke program today, allowing customers to choose up to 80 individual aspects of the Air Force 1. (In case you're wondering, it takes the old NikeID concept to the next level.) Sounds daunting, I know, but it was fascinating when I tested the process over the weekend. The company provides you with a consultant who explains the available materials, which are arrayed about the room. Think patent leathers, calf skins, and exotics, as well as the iconic elephant skin of the Jordan III (which had been previously unavailable in the ID program). Once you pick them, you can also tinker with other elements, like the laces, soles, and threads. But regardless of what you choose, you'll gain an in-depth knowledge of how a sneaker is made. To make an appointment, head down to the store and set it up in person (they're only available on Sundays and Tuesdays). The shoes take about four weeks to be made, but in the meantime, the store will give you a key chain with swatches of your materials."