This is the Way to the Moon, the 10th book in M. Sasek’s “This is” series, was published in 1963 and originally titled, This is Cape Canaveral. The title was later changed to This is Cape Kennedy to match Cape Canaveral’s name change after the assassination of President Kennedy, but the Florida based Space Center [...]
Archive for February, 2011
Selections from Spring/Summer Japanese and British Nigel Cabourn have arrived. Particular favorites around the shop are the Marine Stripe BD Shirt and the Rough Denim Shirt Jacket in Sky Indigo, as well as the amazing pieces of outerwear most have come to expect from Nigel Cabourn. A couple pieces from each collection are not yet available [...]
Published in 1960, This is New York, is the fourth book in Miroslav Sasek’s “This is” series. The first in the series to feature a US city, This is New York was also the first of four Sasek books later turned into animated shorts. Sasek highlights all of the classic landmarks, creating a perfectly romanticized and [...]
The Spring/Summer 2011 collection from Taylor Supply has arrived and is already moving quite quickly. With the success and popularity of their first collection last fall, the second season carries over and reinterprets some of the early standout pieces, like The Hill Climber Jacket in Navy Pinstripe, and introduces a number of new shirts, jackets, [...]
The Elements of Style was originally solely authored and published by William Strunk Jr. as the required textbook in his English classes taught at Cornell. E.B. White was introduced to “the little book” in 1919 while attending Cornell and thirty eight years later was commissioned by Macmillan to revise it for the college and general market, [...]
The latest Free & Easy arrived and is the much loved “Dad’s Style” issue. Featuring shop darling Carl Chiara and shop dog Buddy, alongside a handful of other well dressed men and their possessions. Free & Easy Vol. 15 No. 149 is now available in store and online.
Via Secret Forts.
A series of performing arts pamphlets from the late 60s and early 70s from the Walker Art Center archives. See and learn more here.
The Perfecto Brand, originally launched in 1928, was founded with a clear intent and vision of producing high quality outerwear from the best materials available. Relaunching this year, Perfecto Brand by Schott N.Y.C., continues this focus and emphasizes sourcing and producing garments in the US with the entirety of the premiere collection made in Schott’s [...]
Handmade in England for the last 150 years, Sunspel has been making some of the finest underwear and basics since 1860. Not long ago our Spring/Summer order arrived, just in time for a brief spike in temperatures here and hopefully some much needed warmer weather in other places. Our selections are now available in store [...]