• Toro y Moi for Baron Wells
  • Posted 42 months ago by Jack Lowe · culture · 8053 Views
  • Baron Wells, a New York-based clothing company, have teamed up with musician Toro y Moi aka Chazwick Bundick to create their latest lookbook. In terms of the collaboration, it actually works quite well, despite the fact that Bundick is simply modelling the clothes, as both the label and the musician have a minimal approach to what they do and create.

    All clothes featured are now available to buy from the Baron Wells shop.

    www.baron-well.com

  • Fred Perry Foxx Shoe
  • 42 months ago · culture · 2 Comments · 4316 Views
  • The latest release from Fred Perry comes in the form of a woven stripe model called the Foxx shoe. The low-profile sneaker features a full striped upper (in either red or blue) and crisp white soles. Of course, the shoe also features Laurel Wreath embroidery giving it that classic...
  • Video: Mountains - Blue Lanterns on East Oxford
  • 42 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2466 Views
  • Brooklyn-based duo Mountains have created a new video that goes perfectly with their ambient music. Band member Koen Holtkamp shot the images for "Blue Lanterns on East Oxford" and then Amy McGrath edited the whole shebang. Mountains...
  • New Music, Blouse
  • 42 months ago · music · 3 Comments · 3935 Views
  • Blouse, a three piece from Portland, make dreamy pop songs with catchy guitar riffs and whispy female vocals that get stuck in your head for days. Charlie Hilton, Patrick Adams and Jacob Portrait released their first Captured Tracks single "Into Black" earlier this year and their...
  • Emerica: Kevin Long's Stay Gold B-Side
  • 42 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 2838 Views
  • Kevin 'Spanky' Long, who produced a t-shirt graphic for us a little while back, has just had his Emerica Stay Gold B-Side released by Emerica, which features over 11-minutes worth of behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the video. Stay Gold, which was released September...
  • Museum of Ocean and Surf
  • 42 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 5262 Views
  • Steven Holl Architects have designed the Museum of Ocean and Surf - or Cité de l'Océan et du Surf - in Biarritz, France. The project, a collaboration with Solange Fabião, is based on the concept "under the sky/under the sea". The architects have created a concave shape open to sky...