Descente Athletic’s Six-Piece Outerwear Collaboration With Todd Snyder

Impeccably tailored garments made from future-forward fabrics from the Japanese brand

After its NYFW runway debut this February, NYC-based menswear designer Todd Snyder‘s collaborative collection with Japanese sporting goods company Descente is now available. The elegant, inspired six-piece capsule bears the signatures of both partners: Synder’s elevated approach to style (that’s actually wearable) and Descente’s dedication to technical materials. Descente originally started in Osaka, circa 1953, as a skiwear brand and to this day continues their quest for high-quality fabrics …

Takuya Duncan’s Montauk Cotton Stripe Pant

A Hamptons' variation on classic Japanese worker pants makes for ideal summer loungewear

Summer lounge season is almost upon us and the Montauk Cotton Stripe Pant from new premium menswear brand Takuya Duncan is a perfect fit. Made in Japan, from Japanese cotton Kimono fabric at a 100-year-old factory, the pants are a modern take—with Hamptons’ flourishes—on the traditional Japanese worker pant known as Monpe. Indigo stripes complement the navy cotton, offering visual texture and an understated, solid …

Futagami’s Elegant Brass Hardware Comes to NYC

It's all in the little details

We’ve had our eye on NYC lifestyle boutique Nalata Nalata (located off the 2nd Avenue F stop) for some time. A glimpse at their stocked wares reveals the storytelling mission of co-founders Stevenson Aung and Angélique Chmielewski (Nalata Nalata is an acronym of the nicknames of Aung’s three sisters: NaNa, LangLang and TangTang). “We curate products that fit with our lifestyle and interests. As designers …