One of my original grail items was a sage/mint green chambray work shirt. I remembered seeing a picture of one from John Lofgren early on in my denim journey and I was immediately smitten with the beautiful and unique color. There were a few more examples that I saw over time from brands such as… Continue reading The Rite Stuff Atlas Salt and Pepper Chambray Work Shirt Review
The people that have been interviewed so far in this series have been those with senses of style that I have admired or respected for quite a long time. @johnbbrooklyn was my original heritage/denim style icon and I have admired his look well before I got on Instagram. @newenglandmenswear was one of the first people… Continue reading Icons of Style: @illcutz
When I hatched the idea of ‘Icons of Style,’ I had a list of people that I wanted to interview right away. However, there was one person that I absolutely had to interview without question. John AKA @johnbbrooklyn is more than just a well-dressed guy who likes denim and boots. He is my denim style… Continue reading Icons of Style : @johnbbrooklyn
The five pocket jean is said to be classic Americana, perhaps more American than apple pie, baseball, and even obesity. Who then could possibly make a better pair of jeans than the land of muscle cars and blue collars? Japan, apparently. Over the decades, those blue collars have largely been exported to other regions, especially… Continue reading Made in Japan vs. Made In USA: Are Japanese Jeans and Boots Better?
The first day and a half in Tokyo were incredible and after the epic day filled with boots, I really thought that the trip was going to be all downhill from there. Fortunately, I was wrong. In this second part of three, we hit up several denim-oriented stores around Tokyo and then head out to… Continue reading Japan Trip Part 2: Tokyo and The Flat Head Headquarters