Pendleton has teamed up with San Francisco-based graphic artist and retailer Benny Gold and bag company Jansport on a new collaboration set to be released August 1, 2013. The collection includes three backpacks to choose from: the Compadre, the Adobe, and the Oswego, the last of which comes with an exclusive graphic Pendleton wool blanket, alongside a selection of laptop and tablet sleeves. The collection will be available starting August 1st exclusively at the Benny Gold store in San Francisco and online via Benny’s website. Check out more photos from the Lookbook here.
A Beach Boys take on the Black Flag classic. Available for $20 via Miss Wit.
When You Awake’s Mitra Khayyam recently teamed up with Shooter Jennings to revitalize the market with some killer Waylon Jennings merchandise. Check out a sneak peek of the new vintage-styled designs (additional styles are after the jump), which will be on sale from Waylon Shop starting in July. If you happen to be in Nashville, Tennessee this week, they’re kicking off the launch of the brand this Wednesday, June 6th with Waylon Jennings’ 75th Birthday Bash. There are loads of When You Awake approved (and Grammy nominated) special guests – who are they? Well, you’ll just have to come on down to find out. Details about the party are after the jump.
Lomography recently released two special edition western-themed cameras with oxidized brass bodies. The 35mm cameras are finished with etching and laser engraving and are being sold for a cool $199. Not cheap by any means, but they would look mighty good if you happen to be planning a desert photo shoot. Speaking of, check out this amazing photo of Mick Jagger hanging out in Joshua Tree (obviously not taken with the aforementioned camera).
We’ve scoured Etsy to bring you some of the best style finds out there right now. First up, we have this handcrafted hightop leather boat shoes for $350.
Navajo print blanket coat for $325.
Southwestern-inspired bib shield necklace for $79.99.
We’ve scoured Etsy to bring you some of the best style finds out there right now. First up, we have this large Sears vintage plaid coat for $78.
Next up, we have this pair of brown leather lace up boots in size 7 for $135.
Here we have “The Rolston Bag” in denim with a geometric black and white Aztec print for $184.
There’s something about living in England that makes me overly sentimental for American holidays like Thanksgiving, so I had to include a somewhat “festive” piece. Here is the Give Thanks fall banner for $20.
Next up, we have this vintage Oak Camping Stool made from Pendleton Wool for $59.
Lastly, we have a pair of size 6 ankle booties circa 1980s in soft brown leather for $40.
Common People have gone and created a shoe inspired by the laid back, leather loving style of the one and only David Crosby. You can pick up a pair of the soft ginger suede shoes for around $67. For more information and to purchase the shoes, head here.
We’ve scoured Etsy to bring you some of the best style finds out there right now. First up, we have this vintage southwest woven market bag with leather straps and wooden buttons to anchor the closure for $35.
Next up, we have this Pendleton brand black wool felt hat with a brown leather band for $40.
Lastly, we have this vintage wool and leather backpack. It has an Aztec geometric pattern, outer leather pockets with buckles, drawstring top, and a top flap that buckles. It’ll cost you a pretty penny at $195. Overpriced? Yes. But boy, do I want it.
On the heels of the Idle Hands post, we found it necessary to introduce you to Jen McMillan’s Bandit Brand tees. These vintage styled organic tees are the closest to perfection you can get without blowing your mind. No cheesy brand names or logos, just good ol’ all-American graphics on super soft tees made in the USA. Plus, they make gorgeous jewelry. It just doesn’t get any better than that.
You can buy the tees, which retail for $36 a pop, via their website or through various retailers across the US. For the complete list of stores, click here.
On a recent trip to Santa Cruz, I finally had the pleasure of visiting Idle Hands Dry Goods. The shop has everything you could ever want from a clothing store: vintage boots, Bandit Brand tees, Driven Skateboards, dresses for the ladies, vintage leather jackets for the gents and some amazing silver jewelry and other accessories.
Plus, shop owner Jen McMillan is one of the raddest ladies this side of the Mississippi. Click here to check out the store, see more of the inventory, and to hear some of our favorite Waylon songs that are currently serving as the site’s soundtrack (as if you needed more of an excuse to check it out). Now if they can just start selling that inventory online…