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New York Bagels
Any list of the most quintessential New York foods typically comes down to two things: pizza and bagels. But there are a lot of places in the world with great pizza––maybe not in the sheer quantity and reliability of New York City––but at this point, pizza belongs to the world, not just New York. Learn More Read more
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History of Timex
The best watch isn’t necessarily the most expensive one or the shiniest one or the one with Bluetooth and the most apps. The best watch is the one that as soon as you strap it on to your wrist, you quickly forget about it and never take it off because you never need to. Learn More Read more
Editorial
The Shade Short
A true utility short meant for Sunday yard work. We took them to a community garden in Bushwick with our good friend Alec to put them through the motions.See Editorial Read more
Editorial
Premium Buttondowns with Marcial
We’re a global brand but some of us live, and all of us work, in our neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Marcial, a former carpenter, is one of the local residents we see bopping around grabbing coffee or taking down errands. In honor of Father’s Day, we asked him to be our surrogate for an afternoon and wear our SS22 Premium Buttondowns.See Editorial Read more
Inspiration
Labrador Retrievers: An Ideal Companion
There are only good dogs. But when thinking about one dog in particular to celebrate, there is just something about a simple old labrador retriever, a breed as understated as they are ubiquitous.Learn More Read more
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High Summer Lookbook
We took selects from our latest High Summer release on the quintessential new yorker daytrip to the world famous modern art museum Dia: Beacon.See More Read more
Inspiration
US National Parks & Massimo Vignelli
In the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art is a design also available in unlimited supply for free at the visitor center of any National Park in the United States. The standard foldable one-sheet map and guide––the one that you mindlessly grab from the rack and stick in the pocket of your jacket––is so perfectly simple and functional that it feels almost undesigned, when in fact it was a breakthrough design achievement in 1977 by the Italian modernist Massimo Vignelli.Learn More Read more
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Adsum + Merrell 1TRL MTL Long Sky Lookbook
A shoe for the mucky spring weather, the Long Sky model was originally developed in the Merrell Test Lab by ultrarunner Anna Frost, winner of the Hardrock 100 and Transvulcania. See More Read more
Inspiration
Greene and Greene
Among the great artist-sibling groups, like the Beach Boys or the Cohen brothers, resides Charles and Henry Greene. Two brothers born to a homeopathic physician father in the late 19th century who helped define Arts and Crafts architecture in the United States.Learn More Read more
Sport
What's Lax?
Let’s get it out of the way; Lacrosse is an odd sport. It sounds French but maybe you heard something about it being Native American, the rules and players roles aren’t intuitively understood by watching, the differences between indoor vs. outdoor and mens vs. women are drastic yet are all called “lacrosse”, the equipment is weird looking; and when you learn it’s the national sport of Canada, it makes you scratch your head. Then there are the stereotypes, usually some variation of the dumb football jock but more privileged, longer hair, and way more Dave Matthews.Learn More Read more
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