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Travel Almanac 03

And another magazine release today: the new issue of the Travel Almanac. The magazine is looking amazing again with features on Rick Owens sharing his thoughts on his home in Paris and personal pictures of Rome; Norbert Bisky, the celebrated German painter, describes how navigating cities coincides with his artistic… [ Continue reading ]

Aether

Yesterday we've received this amazing set of images from the sophisticated and elegant outdoor label Aether. Aether was started by the two LA film producers Palmer West and Jonah Smith in a need to create something between the obvious performance-driven, and not-so-good-looking brands, and aesthetically pleasing who suffer from a lack of quality. The result is a collection with modern styling and tailored cuts that are paired with the function of high-tech weather, oil and dirt resistant fabrics. Beautiful gear in which you don't look like going for an arctic expedition, but rather travel to beautiful places, with beautiful people. Something we really like! [ Continue reading ]

Lukas Schaller

When I saw the pictures lukkalk on Instagram, I knew he did more then just making snapshots with his phone. I couldn’t find more than a blog without a name and contact information so decided to contact him via Instagram. Lukkalk is the pseudonym… [ Continue reading ]

Lisbon

Lisbon was amazing! We arrived on a friday night and first thing we mentioned was the calm and quiet ambience of this city. The green balconies packed with beautiful plants didn’t suffered from the 4 months without rain. The only sound that seeped through the open windows of our apartment… [ Continue reading ]

Endless Traveling

Just back from a lovely trip to Lisbon (later more on that) I stumbled upon a new travel magazine called Endless. And since we love being on the road, and since we can’t put it more spot on, here’s what they say about it: “Travelling involves the unexpected. [ Continue reading ]

Globe-Trotter for GFSmith

GFSmith released a new website where they feature partnerships, collaborations and stories with likeminded companies in a lovely editorial way. For this movie they've partnered with the iconic British luggage company Globe-Trotter. The unique set of cases have been created by Globe-Trotter for the exclusive use of the GFSmith sales team (I instantly want to be part of that sales team) and are made of  their iconic paper – fourteen bonded layers of vulcanised fibreboard — in the shades of the Colorplan: Factory Yellow and Real Grey. [ Continue reading ]

Luke Abiol

The perfect way to start the week is to dream away while enjoying some lovely images from places all over the world. This time with images of Berlin based photographer Luke Abiol. Luke moved from San Francisco to New York and is now living and working in Berlin,… [ Continue reading ]

Legionnaire

With inspiration coming from Jazz music, photography, art, fashion, travel and poetry, Mc5 released a new collection in a homage to Gary Cooper and Marlène Dietrich, called ‘Collection mon Legionnaire’. The Hong Kong based brand with its origins in France creates some really nice bags to travel in… [ Continue reading ]

Terroir

Today Selectism pointed us towards this amazing new magazine Terroir, a biannual travel journal ‘that seeks to collaborate with and showcase Singaporean perspectives on travel and what various places meant to them from Singapore.’ The document is completely ‘home printed’ by the publisher Benjamin Koh, page… [ Continue reading ]

Los Angeles round-up

Back from LA I find myself packed with super nice good vintage found on the Rose Bowl Flea Market, lovely chocolates by Mary & Matt, a beautiful vintage Japanese Kokeshi figure from Tortoise General Store, the memory of the good food at… [ Continue reading ]

Christian Pitschl

If I want to feed my desire to travel I just visit Flickr and there it goes. Here are some lovely images from graphic designer and photographer Christian Pitschl from Vienna, Austria. The colors, the light, the new and unknown places and people… Just keep on… [ Continue reading ]

Fiskebar by The Selby

Love The Selby’s view on Copenhagen’s Fiskebar. In the raw and light interior with the beautiful aquarium ‘you can snack in the bar, kick back on the sofas, sit at the tables inside, or enjoy the evening sun from under the canopy outside. You can share… [ Continue reading ]

Boots

It is always inspiring to visit the fairs, last week Pitti Immagine Uomo in Florence, and this week Bread & Butter in Berlin. This year we focussed on Red Wing Shoes and as a proud partner behind the Red Wing Shoes store Amsterdam it’s good to… [ Continue reading ]

Paris and New York

The Swedish boutique Artilleriet is offering these two limited edition city guides designed by David Ehrenstrahle. One map with a guide of places and experiences in Manhattan, New York of 2010,  and one of Paris for the coming year. Limited to 473 pieces and… [ Continue reading ]

Travel Towels

Travelteq released three new products today. A lovely Florentine Vachetta leather pencil holder to store 19 Bruynzeel Sakura color pencils, and these two Travel Towels. The beach towels are made from lrish linen and comes in two colors, navy blue and light… [ Continue reading ]

The Weekender

My good friend from LA, Spencer Nikosey just released the new Weekender bag with this lovely video. What’s better then a weekend in a house in Desert Hot Springs, California? And whats better then a premium vegetable tanned cognac nubuck leather bag… [ Continue reading ]

Sartoria di Gino Cimmino

A visit to Napoli isn’t a visit to Napoli if you don't stop by a classic bespoke tailor. Invited by one of the best, I found my way thru the narrow streets to a small square, ringing the bell of the house of Gino Cimmino. Gino welcomes me in a few words of English and a warming smile. A two room apartment with a small entrance is the heart of ‘Abiti Sartoriali Maschili Su Misura’, men's custom tailored suit. The first room is the fitting room with rows of fabric samples hanging down the walls between a few yellowed images of past style icons. The second room is the tailor room. Here, all the Gino Cimmino suits are made end send out to customers around the globe. [ Continue reading ]

The Travel Almanac 02

While enjoying some lovely days of in Napoli and around, driving the amazing Costa Amalfi and climbing the Vesuvius, it’s good to see one of my favorite magazines released their second issue. In this issue of The Travel Almanac, acclaimed artist and former fashion designer Helmut Lang shares… [ Continue reading ]

Ode to the North

My good friend Michiel traveld a few times up north, crossing Sweden on is own. He now set his goal to join Fjällräven’s Polar adventure. A 330 km winter adventure north of the Arctic Circle on a dog sled, crossing the inhospitable wilderness, barren tundra’s and… [ Continue reading ]

Italy

Today we will start a little trip to Napoli visiting Jeroen Pruijt and enjoy some time off. Updates will follow next week. Stay tuned… (All images by Jeroen Pruijt from his amazing ‘Vedi Napoli e poi muori’ project)… [ Continue reading ]

Carmesine’s Diary

Spanish fashion and textile designer Carmesine Blauvent is a passionate paraglider and the girl behind Blauvent, a line of bags and accessories for paraglider pilots made out of recycled chutes. I completely fell in love with her photo diary ‘about spanish landscapes’. A beautiful view… [ Continue reading ]

On the plane

I don’t like sitting in a plane for hours, the small space you share with too many people without fresh air. I don’t like it all. But there is definitely something I very much like about going up in the air. Photographer Philip Kalantzis Cope captured that beautifully… [ Continue reading ]

Freunde von Freunden

Freunde von freunden (friends of friends) is an online interview magazine documenting the studio’s, homes and spaces of friends, and friends of friends. Their latest addition is an interview with Jacob Klein and Nathan Cowen, the guys behind Haw-Lin.com, the beautifully curated image… [ Continue reading ]