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FW19 Graphics
Several graphic stories underline the collection theme, all of them coming from the types of designs you could expect to see while working in the field, some more direct than others. Learn More Read more
FW19 Workwear
The products most directly influenced by our FW19 inspiration are the Work Jacket and Utility Pant. We took them out of their usual environment of fields and work sheds, and brought them to downtown NYC. See More Read more
From the Land
An hour and change drive from San Francisco, you will find the the home of the crown jewel of American winemaking, Napa Valley. We take a look at one of the preeminent architects of the area, Howard Backen. Learn More Read more
FW19 Inspiration - Harvest
We drew inspiration from the harvest season for our FW19 collection. Cultivating large plots of land and deriving value from it requires skillful and rugged people. The clothing worn by these workers played a key role in influencing the style of the collection. Read More Read more
ECM Records: The Most Beautiful Sound Next to Silence
ECM is a German record label best-known for its extensive catalogue of Jazz, World, and Classical music dating back to the late 60s. Over the last fifty years, the label has produced definitive recordings for Jazz heroes and have been sampled by everyone from J Dilla, Kendrick Lamar, and Jamie XX... Read More Read more
Westside Galleries
We took our warm weather gear for a visit to the art galleries on the west side of Manhattan...See More Read more
A19 Diamond Product

Our A19 diamond graphic is the most direct of our seasonal inspiration of high performance yacht racing. The artwork comes from similar graphics found on J-class yachts, a type of single-masted racing sailboat that used to be raced in the America’s Cup and is often regarded as the most beautiful of racing yachts....

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SS19 by Marcelo Gomes (Pt.3)

This season’s third and final mini-editorial by New York photographer Marcelo Gomes. Shot in Brazil.

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Terry Fox
Running 3,339 miles is hard. Running it with one leg is harder... Read More Read more
Fred Lebow
On November 2, 1992, the morning of the New York City Marathon, the entire city belonged to a tiny 60-year-old Jewish man from Romania bouncing around the start line on the Verrazano Bridge in Staten Island wearing a neon yellow cap, a long-sleeved white shirt with a multi-colored screen print of the ‘92 NYC Marathon logo... Read More Read more
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