PORT presents a short documentation of the Hermés Festival de Métiers at the Saatchi Gallery in London. The event provides a rare opportunity for visitors and fans of Hermés to learn more about the production processes behind some of the brand’s most iconic offerings. Known widely for their level of craftsmanship and attention to detail, these events further solidify Hermés as a leader in the world of fashion.
For our latest shop-in-shop, we partnered with Florida based MAKR, a design and manufacturing firm specializing in leather goods, bags, accessories, and furnishings. The assortment highlights the brand’s impressive breadth of product, including editions in our exclusive reed green colorway, first time offerings, and trusted classics. See the full range of product in San Francisco and online.
The latest shipment from our favorite Japanese stationery line, Postalco, has arrived. Along with editions from their wheel and chance printed notebook series, this delivery includes the brand’s two rainwear options, the Rain Cape and Rain Jacket. Made from their proprietary Shear-Dry nylon fabric, either of these lightweight pieces are ideal for spring/summer showers and layering beneath when temperatures cool in the future.
The Hill-side and Gitman Vintage, two of our favorite staple brands, today debut their limited collection of summer short sleeve button downs. Employing a handful of the best seasonal patterns from The Hill-side and Gitman VIntage’s perfected fit, we selected a few of our favorites from the small collection that are now available in store and online.
The second installment of Tellason Stories, the San Francisco based jean makers’ series documenting wearers of the brand, just debuted. Featuring Jeremy Tooker, owner of coffee institutions Four Barrel and The Mill, the short video provides insight into his company ethos and pursuit of the perfect cup of coffee.
With Father’s Day less than two weeks away, we’ve put together an assortment of our favorite gifts ideal for any number of Dads. See the full assortment on the main page of the website and don’t forget the big day is Sunday the 16th.
A look inside Thirty Years of Research in Style: WP Lavori in Corso, the new book documenting the company’s impressive roster of brands and designers past and present. Designed and produced by our friends at Inventory, the book is equal parts informative as it is enjoyable to simply page through. Our copies, are currently available in store and online in the Bookshop.
The Scout brings to our attention that 101 Spring St., the much admired five story home and studio of the late Donald Judd, has officially completed its ongoing 11 year restoration. A preservation project spanning eight years of planning and fundraising and three years of construction, now culminates with the space opening to the public through intimate guided tours of eight. The Judd Foundation begins taking tour reservations June 3rd and you can learn more about the restoration process at Residential Architect.
Back in February, Brooklyn based photographer Brian Ferry visited our friend Matt Dick of Small Trade Company, taking some time to document Matt’s enviable workspace. Matt and Small Trade Company are regular partners in on our ongoing series of exclusives, the latest of which appear in Unionmade Naturals, and we’re happy to see that everyday he’s receiving more deserved attention. Be sure to check out the full series of photos on Ferry’s photo journal.