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Psyched.  I hope to have a chance to swing by to pick up a copy before they're gone.  I really only read their blog, so I have no idea how their print magazine is, but it sounds promising/interesting.

the photography is really neat in this one, though there are a few pretty brutal images; i'm waiting to get in trouble with my boss, hahah
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We love Portland Dry Goods!

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Reigning Champ

We've got an initial buy from these guys. 120 for Crews, 150 for Hooded Sweats. expect a fuller spring buy but for now these are the basics;



We also have their blankets and scarves from this Fall / Winter season.


Blanket


Scarf


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Books!

We're in the process of bringing in new publications here, and now is the season where the ones we carry start offering new editions.

Inventory

All I want to say about this outside of the obvious great editorials / interviews is that the last photoshoot is styled with gear from The Soloist and Ann D. and is fucking awesome

Vintage Menswear

This was one of those books that got a lot of press and could have easily been something that sat on a coffee table and collected dust, but flipping through it I found some really interesting pieces with great descriptions and photography. I wouldn't be surprised to see this on the shelf of someone such as Nigo or Nigel Cabourn.

We also just recieved the latest issue of Monocle, whose style section touches on Hawaii (sup aloha rag) and, as ever, is jam packed with articles for those curious about just about anything.
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We've got some more Reigning Champ goodness for ya..


Reigning Champ x Deus Ex Machina Double Rider

About Deus Ex Machina from their website:
"Deus ex Machina (god from the machine) roared into Australia’s cultural consciousness in 2006, with some neatly customised motorcycles and a quaint notion that doing something is more fun than just owning something. Deus ex Machina is a step bigger than a brand: it’s a culture. Our openness and enthusiasm strike a chord with people, wherever they are…

Deus didn’t set out only to sell custom parts and hand-built motorcycles, but to celebrate a culture of creativity. The Deus ex Machina showroom/cafe/headquarters in Sydney immediately became a shrine to ‘run-what-you-brung’ resourcefulness and street-honest industrial art."


This thing features a heavy, fairly slubby terrycloth exterior with fleece lined arms and a canvas lined body for some structure. typical rider style jacket details with an asymmetrical zip front, snap collar, and zippers on the sleeves to suit up further

390 USD. Sizes Small to X-Large available in very low quantities for the time being.





Email us or Shoot me a line through here - this jacket is not to be passed up!

Best,,

Dustin
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I see a new issue of hypebeast is just coming out...will you be stocking that?

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I see a new issue of hypebeast is just coming out...will you be stocking that?

you got it. my contacts are looking to get it here before christmas. I'll keep you posted!
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Hypebeast Vol. 3 Came in while I was out - Now Available!
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New Engineered Garments

Work Shirt


Jersey Shawl Button-up in Navy or Sailor Stripe


Ecru Linen/Cotton Truman Jacket


Iridescent Chambray Scarves
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What is the name of the jacket with the tree branch / fruit lining pictured with the Engineered Garments blue chambray scarf?

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What is the name of the jacket with the tree branch / fruit lining pictured with the Engineered Garments blue chambray scarf?

Thats actually a women's barbour coat from our new SS13 buy. I can get specifics for you if youd like!
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Thats actually a women's barbour coat from our new SS13 buy. I can get specifics for you if youd like!


Hmm.. Interesting. I'm typically a small in mens. Is the jacket feminine or could it easily be unisex? A picture of the whole jacket would be very helpful.

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Hmm.. Interesting. I'm typically a small in mens. Is the jacket feminine or could it easily be unisex? A picture of the whole jacket would be very helpful.

I think you might find it a bit more shaped - its the utility. Rori had me field test this a minute ago with the size 10 and it definitely flares out in the waist and the arms are particularly slim and short. sorry dude:(
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New in Stock - Gitman Vintage SS13









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Engineered Garments Delivery 2

Olive Aero Jacket




Navy Twill Baker Jacket

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We've just recieved a new round of socks from Anonymousism for spring. St. Patty's Day stylings now, and some for July 4th and the rest of your summer too



We've also recieved the latest issues of Monocle & Hypebeast Magazine

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