The Weekly Roundup // 006
Style tips & news for you to chew on this weekend.
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Copped another coffee table book this week.
It’s called This Guy, made by photographer, Jamie Ferguson (@JKFman on IG). It’s an editorial book that explores what defines “menswear”, told from the perspective of all Jamie’s friends, acquaintances, and muses. Have already dug into it the last couple days, and HIGHLY recommend getting it! Grab a copy here.
Store opening: Deus ex Machina opens a biker shop & cafe in Berlin.
Sustainable Fashion: Richard Biedul’s conversation with The Ené on sustainability in the fashion industry.
Fritz Coffee in Seoul has some bangin’ packaging.
Soeur Paris always delivers. Their newest lookbook is off the charts.
Drake’s Studio Shirts editorial series is pretty dope.
Billy Reid teams up with Moore & Giles, a Virginia-based leather goods brand.
Digging a little deeper…
FC Barcelona x Thom Browne go again.
Another season, another collab. American designer, Thom Browne, keeps supplying heat for the Spanish giants. Last season he designed their pre-game kits, and this year he made some updates. He’s pioneering the way fashion interacts with soccer (football) globally. Would you rock these uniforms? Fashion model, Luka Sabbat, did.
Inside Connor McKnight’s fashion closet.
What do you do when you’re bored? Whip out your sewing machine and make a new wardrobe. That’s what Connor McKnight did. Inspired during lockdown (yeah, it happens), he decided launch a luxury brand and capture his progress through photos. His Instagram is kinda poppin now, and so is his new brand.
Virgil Abloh x Mike is different.
It ain’t fair how wonderful Virgil’s mind is. Feels like everything he’s about just turns to gold. The Jordan 5 remix is nothing short of nostalgia and swagger. Fully unveiled this week, you can now buy them too. For $1300 on StockX.
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