Reed lives in Brooklyn and has written for a number of places, including the San Fransisco-Bay Guardian, Well-Spent (RIP), Refinery29, FOXSports Detroit and the Salt Lake Tribune. In addition to that game of musical chairs, he also was the copywriter at Unionmade Goods (RIP) for two years — on the floor before that, his Yelp reviews were mixed — and currently works as a copywriter and strategist at a creative agency in New York. Other credentials of his include a crippling clothing addiction and unhealthy sleep habits, both particularly conducive to writing about the things covered on this site. He also has a dog, which he mentions frequently.
Made with a teched-out 100% polyester fabric, these outdoor standards from Gramicci have that iconic belted waist and a 9" inseam for comfort.
This crinkly steez machine was made in Japan from a breezy cotton/linen blend, meaning you'll come back to it spring after spring.
Corridor took the stiff attitude of military garb, screwed it up, and drew for a jacquard peacock print that would have any sergeant's head spinning
“Easy Earl Life”-- often stylized as 'EEL' means “a comfortable and noble life”— which translates well in the context of these pants.
Indigo-dyed and made in Japan from a 100% linen fabric breezier than a boardwalk, these perfectly baggy bebops are the epitome of a spring/summer pant.
Made in Japan from extra fine Australian lambswool, this Loop & Weft sweater is inspired by ‘80s British switch-panel motifs.
South2 West8 took the Coach Jacket off the field and into the rugged outdoors with their plaid wool blend version of this sportswear classic.
We're preposterously late on this Beams x Levi’s “Super Wide” capsule, but the ‘90s party isn’t over, the wide wave isn't going anywhere.