It’s been about a month since we were out in NYC for the first leg of our FW15 Buying Trip. I finally had a chance to sort through some images to blog about. We saw the usual suspects as well as some new stuff that we are excited to introduce for FW15. Here’s a brief recap and highlights from New York.
A game changer for those unforeseen extraneous circumstances!
On to some clothes…First up was Engineered Garments. We made an incredible selection of pieces from their Fall/Winter collection. Lots of military inspired pieces that we are really excited about. We also got a couple show stoppers as well…See above
How to become a Ninja….Step 1: Buy Stone Island Down Jacket…
Step 2: Buy Stone Island Shadow Project Sneakers
Next up was a visit to our good friends at CYC to view the latest wings + horns and Reigning Champ collections in their Chelsea gallery space. The wings + horns collection is by far their strongest offerings we’ve seen to date. Inspired by vintage astronaut clothing, designer Tung Vo collaborated with amsterdam based ByBorre on incredible 3-D knit space suit. We have some special projects and events in the works for the upcoming season as well, so stay tuned.
While in Chelsea we had some free time in between appointments to stop off at the Gagosian Gallery to check out the Takahashi Murakami exhibition…..Mind Blown!!!
Expect some wild stuff from Needles next season.
When in NYC go to Decibel Sake Bar to get your drink on!
Go to Angel’s Share to get your drink on as well!
Just in case you didn’t notice…we’re strong supporters of Nalata Nalata. If you’re in NYC and haven’t visited yet, go now! You will not be dissapointed.
I’m sorting through more photos and will get up pics from Paris in the next couple days.
This past weekend HAVEN Vancouver played host to the first Arc’teryx Veilance Trunkshow. Guests were given the opportunity to get a first hand look at the FW15 collection. Below is a small re-cap of the event that went down.
On my recent FW15 buying trip to NYC I had the chance to visit the brand new Nalata/Nalata shop! Founded a couple of years ago by my sister Angelique and her fiancee Stevenson, the shop is a treasure trove of predominately Japanese homewares. If you are ever in Manhattan, make sure to pay them a visit!
2 Extra Place
New York, NY
Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm-7pm
They carry some amazing product so it can be overwhelming when you walk in. I’ve taken the liberty of picking out some of my favourites.
Stone Door Stop
Brass Pendant Lamp
Nalata/Nalata “Sunrise to Sunset” Blanket Set
Hender Scheme Harribaco Leather Box Set
Lemnos Snow Clock