Modern materials and a classic construction put Faherty's Oxford Shirt in a league of its own. It's cut from a cotton blend that gives the traditional button-up a comfortable stretch and unmatched softness for everyday wear. Their signature fit tailors the sometimes boxy garment with an updated silhouette, while french seams, a chest pocket, and natural river shell buttons stary true to the shirt's original details.
Iconic and timeless, the Classic Moc is one of the most legendary boot silhouettes ever made. And Red Wing's Heritage line adds a new pair to the family with these Slate Muleskinner 8863 boots. The new pair leads with the familiar moc toe, Traction Tred outsole, and a black Goodyear welt construction while adding a brand new slate grey leather. The USA-made boots are finished with black laces, antique brass eyelets, and the brand's iconic no. 23 last.
We suggest ordering a half-size down from your normal size. Red Wing boots should fit snug upon arrival, and break in slowly as you wear them, creating a leather-glove-effect around your foot.
Earning him an Academy Award, Gregory Peck's role in Robert Mulligan's 1962 film To Kill a Mockingbird was one of his most iconic. Almost equally as famous are the glasses he wore in the film. Made in collaboration with the Peck Estate, Oliver Peoples' Gregory Peck sunglasses brings back the classic style of Atticus Finch with a design inspired by the character's signature frames. Each pair is handcrafted from layered acetate while a three-barrel hinge provides added durability and polarized glass lenses reduce glare for maximum clarity.
Height: 47mm / Bridge: 23mm / Length: 150mm
Inspired by 1930's sweatshirts, the Norse Projects Kristian offers classic comfort. The crewneck is cut from loopback french terry cotton and showcases vintage details that include raglan sleeves, a triangle insert on the neck, and ribbed cuffs and hem. Skillfully made in Portugal, the piece is constructed with a relaxed fit and is finished with flatlock stitching.