Woven fabrics can be endlessly complex, we demystify some of the most common weave patterns including Twill, Satin, Jacquard, Dobby, and more.
Each pair of this mid-top silhouette from Unmarked is handmade in Mexico with high-quality craftsmanship, longevity, and comfort at its core.
When we start to see gauze on our radar, it means that spring isn't far off. And thanks to BDD, there's already some sashiko-reinforced gauze on the menu.
Made to fit Leica, Fuji, and many other cameras, this sterling silver Snap Cap measures 15mm in diameter and is made in GOOD ART's Los Angeles foundry.
It wasn't long ago we covered Benzak Denim Developers' act of turning leftover fabric scraps into gorgeous pillow covers, but now Iron Heart is at it, too!
The Rite Stuff 'Pacemaker' 10 oz. Denim Herringbone Twill Work Pants are keeping our hearts beating for classic-style vibes.
This crazy Type III raw denim jacket is a franken-jacket of sorts, constructed from two types of ONI's proprietary 20 oz. Secret Denim.
This N-1 from Warehouse is based on an original from their archive, which has a lesser-seen hook closure designed to replace rust-prone zippers.
Made in Japan and cut from a suede-like cotton dobby material, these pants feature oversized front gusseted pockets and a slightly cropped silhouette.