Category: Video

Herd In Iceland

Herd In Iceland

As colder temperatures start to stick around, our attitudes shift to what winter comes to mean: hot cocoa, wool sweaters, bottomless slush puddles and piling logs in a fireplace. To the minds of many, a place that seems locked in eternal winter (and must really pile on the wool sweaters) is the country of Iceland. […]

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Saturdays NYC + Tin Ojeda

Saturdays NYC + Tin Ojeda

When Argentinian-born Tin Ojeda was seeking out partners to make his newest surf film shot entirely on Super16, the encouraging people at Saturdays Surf NYC listened. They did more than listen, they came with support and backing. Saturdays Surf NYC has been doing this kind of thing for a while now, just look back this […]

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Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy Video

Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy Video

For the 14th event in our Meet the Maker series, we hosted influential menswear designer Mark McNairy in our Richmond, VA store. To mark the special occasion, we filmed Mark in his Garment District factory and talked with him about the inspiration behind his designs and the ever-changing nature of the menswear market. Directed by Duncan […]

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Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy

Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy

Mark McNairy is an American menswear designer born and bred in North Carolina who first fell in love with menswear while thrifting in his southern hometown. Inspired by classic suiting and Brooks Brothers, McNairy launched his eponymous line in 2008 with a collection of classic men’s shoes handcrafted in Northamptonshire, UK. His line, Mark McNairy […]

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The Punk Singer

The Punk Singer

Well, Kathleen Hanna is back, back indeed. In case you forgot about the raven-haired lead of Le Tigre, the Julie Ruin, and perhaps most notably the kick in the (excuse us) nuts that is Bikini Kill, Sini Anderson is here to remind us all. In her feature The Punk Singer(2013), Anderson tells the story we […]

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Human Being Journal 4: An Interview with Ryan McGinness

Human Being Journal 4: An Interview with Ryan McGinness

Ryan McGinness is a New York-based visual artist whose large scale paintings draw heavy influence from the surf and skate culture of his hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Known for his intricately layered pieces, McGinness weaves together the visual language of contemporary iconography, corporate logos, and public signage, creating abstract pieces that have established him […]

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Meet the Maker: Clare Vivier

Meet the Maker: Clare Vivier

We recently hosted our 13th Meet the Maker event in our Richmond, VA store with Los Angeles-based handbag designer Clare Vivier.  In commemoration, we went behind the scenes in her bustling Silver Lake studio and discussed her connections to France and the beginnings of her brand. We enjoyed a Parisian-inspired playlist, custom cocktails by our friends […]

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Meet the Maker: Assembly New York Video

Meet the Maker: Assembly New York Video

Last fall we held our 12th Meet the Maker event with Assembly New York designer Greg Armas here in Richmond, Virginia. We sat down with the 2012 CFDA finalist and discussed his process of designing clothes for people who aren’t scared to take risks, how L.A.’s “brand of cool” informs his clothes, and his plans for […]

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Maison Kitsuné and Kitsuné Parisien

Maison Kitsuné and Kitsuné Parisien

Maison Kitsuné was founded in 2002 by architect Masaya Kuroko and Daft Punk’s artistic director Gildas Loaëc. The Maison Kitsuné lines combine the philosophy of tradition with a modern attitude and a distinctively Parisian sensibility. This season, Kitsuné takes inspiration from New York’s “New Wave” of young creatives, artists and musicians. The collection reinterprets and […]

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Porcelainia

Porcelainia

Porcelainia is an amazing, charming short film by Dave Altizer about Bobby Jager’s journey of combining art and science. What I appreciate about Bobby’s work is that it’s informed. His process doesnt stop at his passion for science, but he has taken his passion and rolled it into his love of art, creating something truly […]

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Meet the Maker: Gitman Vintage Video

Meet the Maker: Gitman Vintage Video

Gitman Brothers Vintage, the American heritage sport-shirt line, is one of the last remaining shirtmakers that bases its manufacturing entirely in America. As part of our Meet the Maker series, Chris Olberding welcomed us behind the lines into Gitman’s Pennsylvania factory and talked to us about the evolution of the brand, what it takes to […]

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Jane Fonda’s Fitness Empire

Jane Fonda’s Fitness Empire

Award-winning actress Jane Fonda has more than a slew of awards and nominations under her belt from her more than 50-year acting career. As a young model, she graced the cover of Vogue twice, as an activist, she spoke out against the Vietnam War and made a lot of people very angry, and as a […]

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I Will Always Love You

I Will Always Love You

Whether you prefer Parton or Houston, I Will Always Love You will always remain at the top of the list of the best to belt out at the top of your lungs. It was first written and recorded by country darling Dolly Parton and went on to become the signature song of the late Whitney […]

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Castello Cavalcanti

Castello Cavalcanti

In this short film directed by Wes Anderson for Prada, we follow the Formula 1 race car driver Jed Cavalcanti during the Molte Miglia rally in September 1955. The eight-minute feature is co-produced by Roman Coppola and stars Jason Schwartzman, who has appeared in five other films by Anderson. Having previously teamed up for the three-eposide series […]

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Meet the Maker: Steven Alan Video

Meet the Maker: Steven Alan Video

We recently held our 10th Meet the Maker event with Steven Alan. He traveled to Richmond, Virginia to introduce his fall collection and meet and chat with an audience of fans from all over. He talked to us about his love for photography, passion for great product, and learning about the fashion industry all before […]

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Florence Welch: Letter from LA

Florence Welch: Letter from LA

In this short film by Tabitha Denholm for Nowness, Florence and the Machine’s Florence Welch talks about what she loves about LA and how different the City of Angels is from her hometown of London. Letter from LA is one of a three-part series by Denholm called Letters from America, following Welch to New Orleans […]

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Introducing: Micaela Greg

Introducing: Micaela Greg

Micaela Greg is a knitwear label founded by San Francisco-based sisters, Marie and Karen Potesta. Transforming spool after spool of yarn into effortlessly cool knitwear by combining modern geometric patterns, intermingling textures, and deceptively simple silhouettes, Micaela Greg designs visually bold knitwear with both an artful quality and and boyishly cool aesthetic. The collection is […]

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Philipp Von Hase: Trialog

Philipp Von Hase: Trialog

Bergen-based designer Philipp von Hase, as part of the forthcoming showcase of young talent from the Land of the Fjords, 100% Norway, created the Trialog, a “handcrafted wooden chair created to improve conversation by encouraging a more engaging form of body language.” The three-legged wooden chair, shown in the video above as Von Hase builds his signature piece, […]

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Phat Knits

Phat Knits

Unravel. Knitwear in Fashion is a previous exhibition from the MoMu Fashion Museum of Antwerp. The work of Rotterdam-based Bauke Knottnerus draped in the entrance hall, an enlarged gradient knitwork that would stop you in your tracks. His so-called Phat Knits are large-scale knitted design elements, created with the help of oversized PVC needles. Phat Knits connect art, fashion, and […]

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Introducing: Hope

Introducing: Hope

Hope is a Swedish fashion label created and run by the designers Ann Ringstrand and Stefan Söderberg. The line began in 2002 as a creative discussion between the two friends, who both are passionate and extremely interested in well-made utility wear. A raw, updated and masculine style for women is apparent in Hope, using unexpected […]

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