The Last Conspiracy from Norway introduce their new season of shoes thus: “Brazen, reflective and composed, we stand tall after the apocalypse” Their saving grace is that they have a pair of boots named Nicholas, and here they are:
Great bag for your bicycle into work from Kjøre Project. All of their products will get better with age.
In their words : “Kjøre project’s frame bag, a New Zealand leather workhorse, utility bag to carry a working days. Its dimensions will fit all your basic needs, telephone, light jacket, wallet, and some other essential you needs, without worrying about your legs hitting it while pedaling. Easily and quickly removable from bicycle to be used as regular bag”.
And this is my dream sunglasses case. Love this. Features a large wrap-around piece that secures with an external button. Burnished, dyed and waxed.
Perfetto aka Kanepekina – via Japan – make some radical shoes. Here are some of their new collection. A brand to keep your eyes on.
Louis Leeman’s – In their own words “Leeman’s shoe collection offers a wide variety of styles for the Dandy man, who gives utter importance to his physical appearance, to the Beatnik from Kerouac’s 50’s and 60’s Beat Generation, a time when most men wore suits with their dress shoes, but Kerouac wore his dress ankle boots with jeans, a time which he described as a vision of crazy, illuminated hipsters taking over America in a beautiful and in an ugly graceful new way”.
If I ever decide to go into the pimping game I’ll be moonwalking in these:
Greats are the first footwear company to be born in Brooklyn and they make some great sneakers. Using high end leather and putting in some nice design features. They are also keenly priced. I like The Royale in Mediterranean blue:
Another thing I like about Greats is that they tell a good story on their website. You feel connected to the process.
Moustache wax from Australian brand Bourdon. They use a lot of beeswax in their products and the name means Bumblebee in French. Nice.