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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
Reflective Spinner Jacket & Bucket Hat
A standout fabric for SS19 is the Italian poplin we used for this seasons Spinner Jacket and Bucket Hat. The orange color is bright & summery, it’s water repellent giving it some performance, but it also has a hidden secret... Read More Read more
SS19 by Marcelo Gomes (Pt.2)

The second in our series of mini editorials by photographer Marcelo Gomes, this time shot down at the beach.

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Dusty Fingers — No. 6

It seems like a good time to share our SS19 playlist. Here are 12 of our favorite jams right now, hope you like em...

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SS19 by Marcelo Gomes

Photographer Marcelo Gomes lends his eye to SS19 looks around Brooklyn & Manhattan. Part 1 of 3.

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In 1953, New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and Nepalese mountaineer Tenzing Norgay led the first successful expedition to reach the summit of Mount Everest, using little more than ropes, crampons, ice picks, and a couple of Rolex watches.

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One of the first graphics developed for SS19, the original inspiration for AdsumWorks came from logos and sponsorships seen across competitive sailing teams.

The name led the design. Looking around trying to find our place amongst our peers, we felt like “works” brought to mind a more manufacturing and performance driven alternative to calling ourselves a studio, agency or something else in Fashion. Something similar to Patagonia’s early days of Chouinard Equipment...

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Christian Tresser
When you tie up your favorite pair of sneakers in the morning, it’s rare that you think of how they came to be. The actual look and feel of a shoe usually comes down to one restlessly creative person doodling and dreaming up the future of footwear. Christian Tresser is one of the rare few who have done it again and again... Read More Read more
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