Jul 3rd '18

Boo Hooray

Visiting

Started in 2010 by Johan Kugelberg, Boo-Hooray celebrates and preserves ephemera from the counter-cultural movements of the 20th and 21st centuries. With its “Summer Rental” pop-up currently taking place in Montauk, we sat down with Kugelberg and his wife Dr. Lila Wolfe to discuss Boo-Hooray’s origins and future plans.

Mike Townsend

For nearly two years, photographer Michael Townsend has called his van his home. Roaming up and down the west coast, he’s been able to capture local surfing communities unlike anyone else. As he begins a new chapter in Joshua Tree, Mike pauses to reflect on his journey thus far.

Distractions

To highlight our Pre-Fall ‘18 collection, we’ve partnered with acclaimed filmmaker Tin Ojeda and fashion photographer Jeffery Jones to present “Distractions,” a short film following the life of an NYC youth as he hustles through the streets of the city. Shot on Color Super 16mm film.

Malin Fezehai

Equipped with a camera, New York Times photographer Malin Fezehai tells the stories of marginalized communities across the globe—from war-displaced women in Sri Lanka to surfers in Senegal. She recently sat down with us to tell her own.

Brooklyn-based design studio The Principals bring their Golden Arch to the backyard of our Crosby Street store for Sight Unseen OFFSITE from May 17-20. We spoke to its designer Drew Seskunas to learn more about the plant-filled prism.

In his latest book “Wilshire Blvd,” photographer Adrian Gaut compiles four years-worth of images taken along the iconic boulevard. Art deco facades, mid-century design, and soaring glass skyscrapers are reimagined as dramatic portraits of the Los Angeles cityscape.

Taken during the last four years of his journeys with snowboarder Nicolas Müller, photographer Silvano Marino Zeiter’s new book “Honey Ryder” offers an intimate glimpse into the life of one of snowboarding’s favorite riders.

Our partnership with Porter continues this season with the Commuter Pack: Subway Series, a collection of ultra-light, packable bags in three shapes: a tote, boston bag and rucksack.

Lorenzo Holder

Bred in the bedraggled streets of ’90s Brooklyn, New York, Lorenzo Holder’s photography encapsulates beauty in places some aren’t willing to look. Saturdays’ own Khari Clarke met up with him to discuss his humble beginnings and artistic vision.

Kaihara Denim

In creating our Spring ‘18 Luke Jeans and Ray Jacket, we looked to one of the world’s most renowned mills to source the highest quality denim available: Japan’s Kaihara Mill.

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