We followed Nigel Cabourn and Emilie Casiez to the Halley Stevensons Oilcloth Factory in Dundee, Scotland, where together we produced a special hand painted camouflage fabric for AW18.
It's been a minute since I've been in the studio. It has, and always will be, my favourite part of the gig to style clothes in a way that feels like the best form of self-expression for a range of very diffrent human beings. How we present ourselves to ourselves and to the outside world is to me,.…
Spring Summer 2018 is a milestone for our friend Nigel Cabourn who is celebrating not only the birth of a new design concept to his body of work, but also 50 years since he started fashion school in 1967 where his life long career and passion kicked off. The context of 1967 plays an incredible role in the domino of events that brought Nigel to where he is now, and in terms of political and cultural impact there are so many factors that played in his pathway.
We’re throwing it down for the guys this weekend with our funnest game of Salt-a-matics featuring our saltiest smells, schwagg, potions, and pastes because fun.
Tucked away in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, a magnetic area for some of the world’s greatest retail experiences is Brycelands and Co., an anchorage for men’s fine tailoring and furnishings. Like any good providor, Bryceland’s & Co. wares are carefully groomed and altered by their dedicated employees who pour love and dedication into their wares. Take a look into their world with us
At Ponytail Journal we sometimes get the chance to cross paths with people who are so impassioned by their work that we are, in turn, compelled to take a snapshot. It was clear after meeting Mark Cho and Alan See, co-founders of The Armoury, that we had to take that snapshot not only of this enchanting world of menswear they have helped build upon, but the story behind it.
Kenji Wong’s work breathes life in Hong Kong’s unique culture through his various creative projects and intricately designed apparel and today we’ll be picking at Kenji’s brain for a little peek at what makes him tick.
One soggy summer, team Kapital, our pal Eric Kvatek, a bunch of fresh faced Hungarian models, an all-woman army Eva Bajomi, and Lauren met in Budapest to dance the Kapital Autumn Winter 17 ho-down that became, "Bad Opera".
On the radar this week, we are zooming into our friends at Heddels who produced a tasty studio visit to FDMTL in Tokyo. It’s interesting to watch indigo sprout, bloom, blossom, and start to decay throughout the world as we find ourselves meditating on workwear taking strides and lengths of time through a harsh trend-based landscape.
Adornment and functionality seem to be sartorial distinctions between mens and womenswear throughout history, though after WWII we saw a big transition of women into the manual workforce and military - one of our favourite periods in shirting history. Presenting the shirtiest editorial we’ve done.
Take a look into the wonderful friendship that is The Hill-Side and Unionmade, as they shoot their funnest life possible on the streets of San Fransisco with Dave Franklin, a fixture in the San Fran skate scene for over 20 years. Welcome to their collaborative Autumn Winter look book