Flawlessly tailored, here is the season's refined riff on the classic chino. This lightweight, yet resilient fabric boasts subtle stretch for a clean silhouette. Saturated garment dyed hues range from neutrals of vintage khaki, puritan grey, and palms, to darkened crown blue and fern green. Styling tip: roll the hem for an effortless cool vibe.
Similar to AG, where father and sons work side-by-side, Buttero is a family affair. The calzature was founded in 1974 by Mauro Sani in Tuscany, Italy, and is now run by Mauro and his three sons. Buttero originally set out to make unrivaled riding boots utilizing the honored traditions of Italian shoemaking. Now, craftsmen churn out footwear for men and women that is 101% handcrafted fusing rawness and elegance. Buttero’s quality is best experienced when you first open the shoe box and inhale the perfume of Tuscan vegetable-tanned hides produced the old fashioned way, with passion and love.
At a time when many clothing brands are emphasizing basics, newcomer American Giant is taking basics one step further by bringing back the glory of the Made in the USA label. From the man who brought us Chrome, American-Giant.com launches today and offers premium basics manufactured in the Bay Area, marketing and design frill-free.
Bayard Winthrop grew up with iconic brands like Red Wing, Levi's and Carhart. Like many American-born brands, these companies eventually took their manufacturing abroad and that lost some of the magic for Bayard. He explains: “I respect brands that stand for quality and value; that put integrity into the product and give me a reason to support them.”