More work here.
More work here.
Australian label Friend of Mine is kicking some major ass this season. Bring on the Black Summer.
Oh and this…
Mociun always impresses. Take a peek at their lovely shop now open in Brooklyn.
224 Wythe Ave
Open Wed-Sun 12-8pm
Closed Mon Tues
Gold Coast Trading Company is the clothing line by Emeka Alams. Emeka’s mission is powerful and his selection of pieces & prints speak volumes. The collection is called Wind’s From the North.
“We would gather in large numbers to mourn with those who mourn and to rejoice with those who rejoice. We have forgotten that we came from a continent where guiding, correcting and rebuking children is everybody’s’ task; a continent with green forests, clean rivers and undiscovered natural resources abound.
The continent is love. Still, you dont know or understand.
This is my effort to get back to that.”
Listen to this collection’s mixtape here.
From our favorite dark street wear line Actual Pain. At the moment available exclusively on Craft & Culture.
Also: We are pleased to announce that we now ship to Europe, Canada, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand!
Seattle photographer Kyle Johnson recently photographed a small gathering of friends in Seattle’s legendary Smith Tower for Kinfolk Magazine. Cooking by Molly Wizenberg (Orangette Blog) & Brandon Pettit, styling by Ashley Helvey & writing by Robinick Fernandez. Kyle illuminates an undeniably PNW character, light and conversation through these images.
Imogen Belfield is one part architecture, two parts organic and all awe. The hand-crafted work combines gold, porcelain, gem stones and other metals. Each piece is unique.