Being a fanboy never looked so good.
There are guys who won’t admit to being control freaks, and then there are Brad Schmidt and Raul Arevalo, the team behind Cadet.
New York–based designers Steven Cox and Daniel Silver take us inside the space where they create clothes for what they call a “tribe of people” who love Duckie Brown.
For Kris Kim, the founder of online fashion retailer La Garçonne, the decision to open her first brick-and-mortar shop after being in business online for almost ten years was much like the brand’s ethos.
“I’ve heard ‘Do you know who I am?’ too many times. Then I usually ask, ‘Do you know who I am?'”
Simple, sleek, and strong. A hair style that’s flattering on almost every guy.
Lyndon and Jamie Cormack are brothers and founders of Herschel Supply Co. Started in 2009, the accessories line has exploded in growth, and is now sold in almost 50 countries, including every big-name retailer imaginable, from Barneys to Urban Outfitters to Apple stores. Here, the Cormacks give us a glimpse into their Vancouver and dish on where they like to eat, drink and shop.
Next up, Steven Alan, the NYC-based fashion designer who leans towards Scandinavian brands, prefers samgyetang over steaks and isn’t down with suits.
Nathan Romano and Carl Cunow, the founders of Onia, on why launching with swimwear was a no-brainer, the difficulties of navigating e-commerce, and opening destination storefronts.
“Producing things is very rewarding to me. I like being able to visit factories, sell the garments, and meet the end user. I like the whole process.”