13 Jan
Purple and polka dot never looked so good

From Giro helmets to premium Bont shoes, the world of cycling has an abundance of fashion-forward gear. High end British designer and avid cycling fan Paul Smith has been a major fashion contributor to the sport, showing a deep passion for cycling from an early age. He began racing at competitive level at age 12, […]

30 Nov
Japan and USA craft some buckskin motorcycle accessories

I’d certainly like to get my hands into some well crafted leather gloves this winter, and these items — a collaboration between Japanese brand RATS and tested US motorcycle glove specialist Churchill — fit the bill tightly. Available in black, natural and off-white leather, the supple buckskin gloves are crafted in the USA and come […]

21 Oct
Classic gloves in suede, leather and wool

Is it already time to start thinking about picking up some nice leather gloves for the looming cold nights ahead? If so, you may want to fly to Milan and pick up some of Trussardi 1911’s line of fine gloves, the perfect accessory to keep your hands warm while looking sharp. Detailed stitching, quality materials […]

12 Oct
Rough cut sheep skin gloves from UK

It’s interesting to see a notable designer such as Paul Smith who is acclaimed for his impeccable high-end fashion create a design that’s akin to what Eskimos would wear in the icy tundras. However, there is no bagging on these gloves, which look appealingly warm with their 100% sheepskin leather and lining. Featuring a contrast […]

Yes it’s a bit early to start talking winter gloves, but these beauties are worth a mention. The burgundy leather gloves from Raf Simons’ Fall 2010 collection are made of an ultra fine leather, and have a Velcro fastening wrap around wrist strap. Only problem is the pricetag, at $630 (£405) they’re not going to […]

Ever since 2004 London-based artist Riitta Ikonen has been entertaining herself by sending bizarre postal packages to her friend Margaret Huber. It all started with a holiday project titled Location Vocation Vacation which called for one post card a week to be sent as a document of experiences to Huber, who was then Ikonen’s Illustration […]

It’s obvious from Dominic Jones’ work that he is unafraid of being a bit risqué. He embraces hardware, and all the usual tough stuff, by adorning his jewelry with fangs, thorns, spikes, etc. But he manages to maintain a sense of class by sticking with top quality craftsmanship and keeps things sleek with gold or […]