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November is right around the corner, which means it’s finally time to dig through your closet to find those winter accessories you wore last year. In case you’re like me and have a habit of burying things in places where … The post Sophisticated Cashmere & Leather Winter Accessories from COS appeared first on Selectism.
Hong Kong’s Hotel Indigo, a four-star boutique hotel in the bustling Wan Chai district, boasts one of the most dramatic infinity pools we’ve ever come across. Designed by London-based architectural practice Aedas in 2013, Hotel… The post Hong Kong’s Hotel Indigo Has the Most Dramatic Cantilevered Infinity Pool appeared first on Selectism.
Hermès has 120 stores in Europe, 106 in Asia, 53 in the Americas, 11 in the Middle East and eight in Oceania (Guam, Australia and Saipan, duh). But it’s never had a shop dedicated to its scented goods. If the French … The post Selectism Visits | Hermès Opens Its First-Ever Parfumerie in New York appeared first on Selectism.
Some of your favorite luxury clothing brands are hitting marketing gold thanks to the Bond film franchise. Yet ironically, they seem to be pretty shy about letting anyone know. The “Financial Times” decided to take a closer look at the… The post Suit of Charm – Learn What It Takes to Clothe James Bond appeared first on Selectism.
Architect Andrew Simpson has a knack for untraditional spaces. Although his Island Bay House takes cue from the micro-builds of Japan, a place where real estate is a premium, this humble build sits in a remarkably unpopulated expanse in New… The post Micro Living at Its Best – Japanese Island Bay House, New Zealand appeared first on Selectism.
For 2016, Scandinavian textile maker Kvadrat developed five brand new fabrics with designers Patricia Urquiola, Finn Sködt and Anne Fabricius Møller. The range is not small by any means, because each style comes with eight to 13… The post Preview Kvadrat’s Beautiful Textile Collection for 2016 appeared first on Selectism.
Although founded only last year, Selce studio has already set to work turning out a set of products oriented around the company’s design for simplicity manifesto. We’ve got to say, it doesn’t get much more uncomplicated than the… The post Selce’s Minimalist Bamboo Utensils Are Ready for Your Next Dinner Party appeared first on Selectism.
Wellness is front and center in 2015. More than any time recent memory, being fit (or getting fit) is on the minds of gentleman worldwide. The wellness movement is a logical next step for a population that’s not getting any older, … The post Review | Premium Technical Running Gear from SOAR appeared first on Selectism.
Vanessa Friedman recently wrote a piece for The New York Times headlined, “Should Fashion be Politically Correct?” Before we even go into the article, let’s dissect that headline (note: there’s a chance the writer didn’t write the… The post Second Look | Fashion Is Still Tone-Deaf When Discussing Cultural Appropriation appeared first on Selectism.
Released just this past weekend is the eighth shoe collaboration between New Balance and nonnative. The new MNL710 is a hybrid of the H710 trail boot and the Vibram MINIMUS sole, coming in a “Moroccan-desert-inspired” dune beige with… The post New Balance & nonnative Pair Their MNL710 “DUNE” with an Original Soundtrack appeared first on Selectism.
It’s been another busy week at Selectism as we cover the ever changing world of men’s lifestyle. From a look inside the latest issue of Steven Shaw‘s “Treats! Magazine,” to new watch collections from TUDOR, and a look into why … The post Staff Selections | 10 Highlights of the Week appeared first on Selectism.
In a world where the classic cotton t-shirt is overlooked as much as it is worn, the team at Son of a Tailor seeks to provide refreshing care and craft to the beloved staple. Recently, the Copenhagen-based team gave me the … The post Review | Made-to-Order T-Shirts from Son of a Tailor appeared first on Selectism.
After a long week of work there’s nothing like the thrill of kicking back and cracking open some fresh printed matter. This column pays respect to life’s simple pleasures: weekends and reading. Scroll down to see what we’ve got our… The post Sunday Morning Reads — Taco Origins, Subway Signage & Modern Decor appeared first on Selectism.
After building a strong following in San Francisco and New York, Self Edge makes a surprising move to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. A picturesque beach is not the first place we think of when on the hunt for extremely rare Japanese selvedge… The post Self Edge Makes a Surprising Move to San Jose del Cabo appeared first on Selectism.
Brooklyn-born contemporary design outpost The Future Perfect is currently playing host to a 30-year retrospective of one of London’s premier design brands. Through November 5, the space will host an exhibition highlighting the design… The post SCP London’s 30th Anniversary Furniture Collection Lands in New York appeared first on Selectism.
While the idea of being a secret agent is certainly appealing, the reality is that most of us will never be one. Furthermore, if we actually had the opportunity many of us would quickly discover we’re not shaped up for … The post MR PORTER Launches Kingsman Season 3 – Garms for the Gentleman Spy appeared first on Selectism.
Sturdy and luxurious Swiss watchmakers, TUDOR, continue their journey along the States’ East Coast, visiting Long Island and the home of surfer and filmmaker Mikey DeTemple to find out what makes the man tick. The film looks at… The post “Timelessness Has Been Embedded Into Me”: Mikey DeTemple and TUDOR Visit the Montauk Coast appeared first on Selectism.
Almost 30 years ago, Chuck Quality Goods, a hat company, was born out of a love and desire to create fantastic headwear for men and women. Founder John Putnam kept his team small allowing for the brand to stay focused on … The post Original Chuck by Mark McNairy – The Revamped Chuck Quality Goods appeared first on Selectism.
Unless you plan on lounging at home like the polyvinyl sculpture above, it’s too beautiful of a fall weekend to not go out. There are exciting things happening in the East, West an Midwest of America, as well as in Paris, … The post Where To Go This Weekend | October 2015, Fourth Week appeared first on Selectism.
Galerie Perrotin‘s Parisian outpost introduces “Paulin, Paulin, Paulin,” an exhibition showcasing the historical work of French furniture designer Pierre Paulin. Precisely formed geometric couches and armchairs are accompanied by… The post “Paulin, Paulin, Paulin,” an Exhibition at Galerie Perrotin appeared first on Selectism.