These lightweight Maison Martin Margiela aviator sunglasses produced in collaboration with Cutler & Gross play with the traditional aviator frame through the interesting lens shape. The goldtone metal frame takes on the more classic rounded shape, while the lens are a bit more straightly cut and leave spaces between their sides and the frame. Handmade in Italy, these shades are available now.
The Swedish brand Our Legacy has just launched their Summer 2011 campaign through their online store. The campaign photos feature Swedish actor Jörgen Svensson wearing the new summer shirts. This photo series is different from the usual ones that we have seen from Our Legacy but it sure makes the shirts look good and desirable. The collection itself continues with the brand’s typical Scandinavian minimalistic design including fine cut chambray and indigo blue shirts. All pieces are now available through Our Legacy.
The Fixed Gear movement is one that we saw skyrocket last year with several collaborations between well established fabricators and celebrities including Pharrell Williams and Brooklyn Machine Works. But not all expert crafted two-wheelers come from the high end of the spectrum. Such is the case of Rob Pollock has been perfecting the art of faux woodgraining for over 40 years and recently began applying his craftsmanship to bike frames. Traditionally used in the restoration of classic cars and hot rods, each frame is hand painted by Rob himself ensuring a durable finish. You can purchase one of your own now here for a cool $1500
Nudie Jeans puts their unique spin on the classic khaki pants with the introduction of Nudie Jeans ‘Khakis’ in their Autumn Winter 2011 Collection. Sticking to their roots, their contemporary skinny and slim fit Khakis are a nod to their origins from fishermen on a small island off the Swedish west coast. My favourite fit from any jean brand is Nudies Thinn Finn & Grim Tim so I cant wait to take delivery of these chinos.
Steve Thompson has carved some favorite characters including Darth Vader, Chewbacca, C3PO, and a StormTrooper out of the tips of Crayola crayons. Looks amazing you have to admit.
In what has become a staple piece nearly every season, Maison Martin Margiela has again re-worked the classic cardigan by using a repetitive series of thin, black leather strips along the front of the body. The all-black design features tonal buttons and stitching with plain sleeves and a frayed detailing along the collar. As always, the cardigan also includes Margiela’s signature white stitches on the back.