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Mike Disfarmer

Mike Disfarmer

Written by Tony Sylvester 

While very little is known of American glass plate photographer Mike Disfarmer besides basic biographical facts, his legacy as a de facto social documentor of early 20th century rural life in the American South is colossal. 

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The Core of Things

The Core of Things

Written by Ethan Newton

 It’s the opportunity of a lifetime - You’ll be sequestered to a place you’ve always dreamed of living, for three perfectly temperate months, doing something you’ve always wished to do. The height of formality will be a dinner date at a restaurant, the most casual a picnic in the park or a Sunday afternoon barbecue.

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The Lounge Robe Suit

The Lounge Robe Suit

Written by Tony Sylvester

The Lounge Robe Suit idea was cooked up via an international phone call. It was the early weeks of the worldwide Covid lockdown and Ethan and I were discussing our evolving dressing habits and overall frustrations.

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The Cabana Shirt

The Cabana Shirt

Written by Tony Sylvester 

There’s a very famous photo in menswear circles that does the rounds every year as people start gearing up for summer. The iconic Hollywood leading men John Wayne and Gary Cooper stride toward us on a sun drenched patio, Wayne cigarette in hand, Panama hat with rolling brim perched just so, Cooper in ankle lace espadrilles, short shorts, a small suitcase in hand. Both men are wearing variations on the classic Camisa de Yucatan, the traditional summer shirt of Central America. Inevitably, the poster will hashtag it “vacation goals” or some-such.  Despite its omnipresence on the web, it is impossible to deny it as an evocative portrait of dressing well for the heat. 

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The Towel Shirt

The Towel Shirt

Written by Tony Sylvester 

The towel shirt is a truly intercontinental item, steeped in the history of travel and vacation-making. Nothing indicates that a man is at leisure, having dispensed with the workaday trappings of his business wardrobe, more eloquently than the donning of this iconic piece of resort wear.

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