We wanted to invite you to our BOXING DAY SALE 30-70% off all merchandise*. ONE DAY ONLY. OPEN TILL 7.
Friday, December 25, 2009
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
The new Visvim deck shoe. Visvim continues to provide quality constructed pieces with a minimalist approach. Although their website is primarily in Japanese it is still worth a visit. A sneak peak into the spring/summer collection via Inventory Magazine.
Posted by Unknown at 9:53 AM
Monday, December 21, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
As previously posted, we were working on some new button-downs. With a little extra tweaking on the pattern work, the Red Wool Plaid & Grey Cotton Flannels are finally here and they look great. There are very limited size runs so come pick one up before they're gone. Hurry!
Posted by thanh at 10:57 AM
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Just in time for the holidays, Calgary's own Dj Pump has graciously provided us with something to Jam to over the holidays. If you into the music and planning to party this NYE in Calgary check out their event happening at the Calgary Tower. Should be pretty dope.
Posted by Unknown at 9:16 AM
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
We're proud to be carrying the inaugural issue of Inventory Magazine. This Vancouver based magazine started out as an online magazine (formerly known as H(Y)R Collective) and with it's debut in hardcopy it has become a lifestyle guide for many a men. There are tons of great photos and articles featuring quality garments and the artisans behind them.
Posted by thanh at 4:41 PM
Thursday, December 10, 2009
We just received a shipment of APC denim just in time for Christmas. This shipment consists of the washed black selvage in both new standard and petite standard models. We also restocked the raw indigo selvage in all models. Perfect for the holiday season.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Friday, December 4, 2009
We knew the snow would come. But we did not know it would come this hard. Luckily we got the right gear to keep you warm. Come grab the new duffle coats, melton wool bomber or maybe a military parka to keep ya warm.
Stay safe and keep warm. Extra 10 mins is really not worth it.
Posted by Unknown at 3:31 PM
Thursday, December 3, 2009
I've always enjoyed Maestro and the 13th Witness. I like the style and rawness of what they do and most of the time take interest in the subject matters or topics which they choose to discuss.
Take a look.
Posted by Unknown at 10:05 AM
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
I'm drafting the pattern for this coat today. Available in either black or gray melton wool with cowhide accents and wood toggles. These will all be constructed in-house and very limited. Expect them to be on the racks in a couple of weeks (depending on how fast I cut/sew).
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
As mentioned a few of us were in the beautiful rainy city of Vancouver this past weekend. Some of us were there to work more than play, and vice versa but I won't name names. haha. Who am i kidding,I was there to mainly PLAY! But I'm making up for it by working my fingers to the bone braiding leather for some upcoming winter coats...keep a look out for them! Back to the point though. We did manage to get together for drinks & a few rounds of old school Big 2 and then party it up at Shine. Being the Ed Banger groupies that some of our friends are, we specifically came out this weekend to bow down and get down to the newest genius added to the Ed Banger fam, BREAKBOT. The show did not let us down, between chillin behind the dj booth and getting to see Breakbot work his magic up close and being a midst the great energy of the crowd we had a crazy crazy good time. The boys were thrilled to exchange a few appreciative words with Breakbot, who has been regarded as the best producer of 2009 to electro fans and artists alike. Somehow after the excitement of the night we managed to stumble back to the hotel to enjoy the most amazing pipin' hot veggie pizza and ohh was it ever goooood. What a weekend. Enjoy a Breakbot video! And as a plus I've added on another Ed Banger artist video...Uffie > i heart her steeze.
Posted by thanh at 1:50 PM
Monday, November 30, 2009
I've been continuously working on jackets and coats for the last few weeks, so I needed to do something different once I got home from work. I figured I'd change up these Gram 401 shoes as I haven't been able to wear them much. The shoes were cut along the original seam line and hand sewn back with wax thread. The lockstitch used is pretty secure so these won't be falling apart any time soon. I prefer the slimmer profile and it gives it almost a moccasin appearance. If you're crafty and bored I suggest reworking some items in your closet. It's recession friendly.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
20$ bottle of ice tea (homewerx)
Just got back from Vancouver yesterday and it was a jam packed two days. Vancouver has come along way since the last time I visited. Gastown has really come to form and reminded me a lot of NYC. I got a chance to check out the inventory launch party which was real cool. It is great to see fellow Canadians making such big strides in the Americano Streetwear culture/industry. The magazine was very insightful and definitely worth picking up. As the city of Vancouver has grown and matured so has the number of individual boutique shops each offering distinctive brands. I've listed a few that really caught my eye.
Hopefully we will be able to see some of the Mananoshe collection reach the west coast in the upcoming year.
Posted by Unknown at 10:32 PM