Jacques Yves Cousteau smoking a pipe.
Camoshita Bottle Green Cotton Suit - This beauty is now available at No Man Walks Alone. Cut and tailored in Japan, this suit features minimal shoulder padding, copper mother of pearl buttons, and side tabs on the pants. This is one of those moments where I hate being 6’4”.
Slightly longer jacket/lower button stance and this would be ideal.
Chester Mox: #62 Card/Cash Holder in Museum Calf
A little while back I was fortunate enough to get my hands on my first Chester Mox wallet, and it has been my daily cash and card carrier ever since. Recently however, I was again bestowed with another of Brandon and Bellanie’s creations, and I may have found the perfect complement to the bi-fold. I wanted to try the Cash/Card Holder as the smallest possible wallet for holding the bare minimum for a night out for a day trip, and it did not disappoint.
As I started with classic museum brown, I chose the pewter and navy blue museum this time around to really explore the various leathers that Chester Mox offers. Since they make every wallet by hand, each end result is essentially a made-to-order product, and they offer some really beautiful options. The navy and pewter is no different, and the antiquing looks fantastic in hand. Like my current wallet, I can see this one aging wonderfully and am looking forward to giving it some heavy use.
This particular model came with a nice thumb window, which makes it easy to access cards in the back pocket. The wallet is compact and functional, with a top pocket for cash and plenty of room for enough cards on both sides.
The wallet came in a nice box and bag as well, the perfect details that really set this company apart. Like Chester Mox’s other small wallets, this one sits right over $100, which is quite a bargain for the craftsmanship and materials. As you can personalize each wallet as well, they are a perfect gift. Check them out here.
Patrik Ervell F/W 2014. Experimental outerwear that you can actually see everyday men wearing on the streets.
Jacket by Cesare Attolini