Lifestyle journalist Thijs Demeulemeeste finally unites our passion for architecture and automobiles in Carchitecture: Houses with Horsepower. The book finds the common ground between architects and luxury carmakers, both sharing an appreciation for the elegance of design, attention to materials, and solid construction. With these design philosophies in mind, Demeulemeeste pairs iconic dwellings with their car equivalents throughout a series of chapters ranging from "Classic Gas" to "Case Study Cars." Its drool-worthy photos are accompanied by a collection of essays that includes "How the car became Frank Lloyd Wright's ultimate muse."
Width: 8.61 / Depth: 0.92 / Length: 11.74 inches / 192 pages
Willowherb grows in Canadian forests, and for centuries that been used by the locals for the benefits it provides to the skin. Made from a blend of citrus essential oils like yuzu and orange, the cleanser helps with skin irritation and swelling, making it an excellent choice to soothe your face after a day of work or play in the sun. Each pouch comes with a travel-ready bottle, perfect for carry-on.
8.4 fl oz.
Behind nearly every item in a man's wardrobe is an origin story. A story of the garment, shoe, or accessory with humble beginnings that slowly rose to become a staple for generations of style-conscious men. Icons of Men's Style helps tell those tales, looking into the history of these products — from Hawaiian shirts to overcoats to Panama hats and just about everything in between. With over 250 illustrations, the paperback book has vintage menswear ads, design stories, and photos of famous men who donned the same everyday garb that many of us wear today.
Fashion designer, entrepreneur, artist, architect, — Virgil Abloh is a true Renaissance Man. His work was recently honored in an exhibit at the MCA Chicago and to coincide with its release, museum curator Michael Darling launched a special edition book. Created in collaboration with Abloh himself, Virgil Abloh is essentially three books in one, featuring a catalogue section, an index, and an archive with over 1,800 unseen images taken from the artist's personal collection. The hardcover book comes in a cloth slipcover with "Personal Copy" silkscreened on the book's fore edge and includes a measuring tape ribbon marker and a flexi disc with a recording of Virgil Abloh discussing his inspirations.