31 Oct
Vintage American uniform-inspired jackets, bags & accessories

Los Angeles designer DRx Romanelli excels at appropriating vintage fashions and imbuing them with a modern, and ultimately very bold, flair. Whether it’s his The Americans Ralph Lauren Polo Collection with TI$A, Another Summit Cochiwan Sweater Collection For Barney’s Japan or his Re-Assembled Vintage Jackets with Anachronorm, the good doctor is hardly afraid of making […]


16 Dec
Zuriick Shoes sponsors our best FASHION stories of 2011

Zuriick is proud to present LIAS Year In Style, the third installment of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series (after ART and BOOKS). We obviously cover a lot of fashion here at Lost In a Supermarket, so extracting only 10 brands, items, stories and exclusive interviews was a tough job. Arguments were had. Sartorial accusations […]


21 Oct
100% premium leather & cotton daily commuter bag

Quality is synonymous with Ralph Lauren, and the latest product from their Purple Label, this Leather Messenger Bag, only reinforces the preconceptions. Featuring two buckle fastening front pockets, an adjustable shoulder strap with metal buckles, a luggage tag, an interior pocket and an RL emblem embossed on the front, the bag is exactly what the practical […]


9 Aug
Premium leather high-tops with double side zippers for easy access

American designer John Varvatos was once best known for his work at Calvin Klein and Polo Ralph Lauren, but his own fashion line has clearly gained worldwide recognition. His ongoing collaboration with Converse has lasted for years and the newest design, the Chuck Taylor SJV CT Double Zip Hi is one of the most impressive. […]


24 Nov
A classic boot revisited in Burnt Red

The classic Polo Ralph Lauren Ranger Boot gets revised in a Burnt Red leather by New York designer Ronnie Fieg for the upcoming holidays. “The idea and objective was to find a leather in a color and finish that has yet to be offered by the Ralph Lauren line,” explains Fieg. “After receiving this sample […]


29 Sep
Calling all fashion students, historians of dress and lovers of men's clothes

Being a fashion designer has got to be a stressful game. You always have to be on the next shit to stay relevant. What other industry is constantly reinventing itself year and year. Men’s fashion is definitely more functional and not as crazy as the ladies, but there is a rich history to look back […]


24 Sep
Observations of recessions

Thanks to our girl Marianne Renoir, who did her work on time but suffered cos we were late (or rather, Lost). No worries, her upcoming reviews for Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks will run on time! We promise Renoir! Fashion Week in NY the past week was, in my opinion, a bit disappointing. While it’s […]