April 10, 2014
InAisce x Kofta

InAisce x Kofta

February 27, 2014

Sid Neigum FW 14

Born in Alberta, trained in New York and based in Toronto, designer Sid Neigum holds stockists in New York, L.A., Hong Kong, Seoul and Toronto.

I’m really happy to see talent coming out of Canada. 
Especially when it’s being recognized on an international stage 

Stealth Projekt

February 18, 2014
InAiscephotograph: JONA SEEShair: JOSEPH DIMAGGIOmodel: NICO CHIODINI

InAisce

photograph: JONA SEES
hair: JOSEPH DIMAGGIO
model: NICO CHIODINI

September 9, 2013
InAisce AETHM 

InAisce AETHM 

July 31, 2013
Boris Bidjan Saberi x Atelier New York 
"We are proud to present an exclusively designed six piece collection by Boris Bidjian Saberi. 
All pieces from this very limited edition are handmade and hand stitched at his atelier in Barcelona.”
Long sleeved knitted t-shirt with thumb stirrups, 
3D knitted tubular scarf and 
densely knitted hat all in 100% cashmere 

More on Atelier New York
Handmade and hand stitched horse leather trousers 


100% Cashmere tank top

Boris Bidjan Saberi x Atelier New York 

"We are proud to present an exclusively designed six piece collection by Boris Bidjian Saberi. 

All pieces from this very limited edition are handmade and hand stitched at his atelier in Barcelona.”

Long sleeved knitted t-shirt with thumb stirrups, 

3D knitted tubular scarf and 

densely knitted hat all in 100% cashmere 

More on Atelier New York

Handmade and hand stitched horse leather trousers 

100% Cashmere tank top

July 22, 2013

DRKSHDW Ephemere New York Store

July 19, 2013

Boris Bidjan Saberi x Atelier New York Exclusive Collection

July 12, 2013

Zam Barrett Spring Summer 2014

July 11, 2013
Rick Owens will be opening two DRKSHDW pop up shops in the near future. The first location runs from July 16th to October 26th and will be located in New York City at 70-72 Wooster Street, SoHo. The other store will be located in London at 30A Redchurch Street in Shoreditch and will run from September 4th to October 13th. 
These temporary stores will bring more attention to the full line of Drkshdw goods. Often the brand takes a back seat to Rick Owens mainline but this will showcase the clothing in it’s own right. 

Rick Owens will be opening two DRKSHDW pop up shops in the near future. 

The first location runs from July 16th to October 26th and will be located in New York City at 70-72 Wooster Street, SoHo. 

The other store will be located in London at 30A Redchurch Street in Shoreditch and will run from September 4th to October 13th. 

These temporary stores will bring more attention to the full line of Drkshdw goods. Often the brand takes a back seat to Rick Owens mainline but this will showcase the clothing in it’s own right. 

June 24, 2013
InAisce Spring Summer 2014 LookbookThis season brings more of the nomadic InAisce quality that I’ve come to love over the years. Although with this offering I feel a bit of a change in the line. It seems some how softer and and less aggressive than what I’m used to from Jona. The angular cuts which I’ve come to identify with a lot of InAisce’s work are still present in this collection. They too seem softened by the layering and curve of the hems. This visual trickery creates such a beautiful flow through the outfits drawing the eyes naturally from top to bottom. With just enough in between to break up the generally monolithic silhouettes. The piece photographed above is a perfect example, not to mention the fabric looks unbelievable.  As well the look features shoes from InAisce’s new line AETHM
Full lookbook available at StyleZeitgeist 

InAisce Spring Summer 2014 Lookbook

This season brings more of the nomadic InAisce quality that I’ve come to love over the years. Although with this offering I feel a bit of a change in the line. It seems some how softer and and less aggressive than what I’m used to from Jona. 

The angular cuts which I’ve come to identify with a lot of InAisce’s work are still present in this collection. They too seem softened by the layering and curve of the hems. This visual trickery creates such a beautiful flow through the outfits drawing the eyes naturally from top to bottom. With just enough in between to break up the generally monolithic silhouettes. 

The piece photographed above is a perfect example, not to mention the fabric looks unbelievable.  As well the look features shoes from InAisce’s new line AETHM

Full lookbook available at StyleZeitgeist