Once charitably referred to by BAMF Style as a "denim expert," I'm a writer, actor, and a few other things trying to live up to that high praise. I've written for Heddels for three years and have contributed periodically to Stitchdown and Primer Magazine. I live in LA where I do improv comedy and prowl around vintage stores looking for the perfect pair of Wrangler 13mwz.
Cone Denim has partnered with Oritain, whose unique origin fingerprint technology can ensure the fibers in your denim were sourced ethically and sustainably.
Self Edge snags two of Sugar Cane's most famous denims and applies them to an exclusive silhouette with a roomy top block and tapered leg.
Every time we hear about a brand using the last dregs of its White Oak Cone Mills supply, another one crops up selling off just a bit more.
Looking for your new everyday boot that will stand up to more rugged tasks? Something that'll hold up forever and be comfy too? Viberg has you covered, pal.
There will be dozens of flannels pushed under your nose before Fall is over, but this one from Engineered Garments deserves a little extra air-time.
Strong as I am, I can never resist an annual Toyo summer shirt pickup. This season there are many contenders, but one of the top ones has to be this.
A good entry point into the world of the 50s classic Type II is this 16.5 oz. jacket from Japan Blue, made with often-pricy Côte d'Ivoire cotton.