• The unveiling of the AW08 Engineered Garments collection. Fall can’t be here soon enough. | [Selectism] [Pictured]
  • Hours and hours of fun with the fine, bicycle loving people of Copenhagen | [Copenhagencyclechic]
  • A look at the new and promising collection Conference of Birds from stylist-cum-designer Andrew Holden | [Kempt]
  • John’s Roast Pork: the ultimate Philly cheesesteak | [Men’s Vogue]
  • Here, suffer through some more pictures and a video of Gisele | [GQ]

Comments on “SIGNALS

    Peter on June 18, 2008 7:22 AM:

    These Engineered Garments looks are really great. Where’s the best selection of these garments, and when do they generally become available to the public?

    Peter on June 18, 2008 7:43 AM:

    Just checked out the Copenhagen cycling site. I have to ask: why is no one wearing a helmet? Or, is helmet wearing an American thing?

    BenFromMT on June 18, 2008 4:35 PM:

    helmets are an american thing

    Michael Williams on June 18, 2008 4:45 PM:

    I think helmets are good right? I’m sure Copenhagen is a little bit safer than NYC when it comes to crazy drivers, garbage trucks and all of the other hazards that exist.

    Robin on June 19, 2008 12:13 PM:


    The best places to check out Engineered Garments in person is Odin (and Den this fall) in NYC, Hejfina in Chicago, MAC in San Fransisco, Drinkwater in Boston, and Ian in Seattle. There are more places that sell them that are listed on their site, but those five stores typically carry the best selections. The F/W collection will probably start shipping to stores in September.

    Michael Williams on June 19, 2008 12:16 PM:

    What Robin said!

    Sorry, was asleep at the wheel. Odin does carry the line pretty deep. If you live outside of NYC you could always, gasp! call them and find a good store in your area. Calling is the new emailing.


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