viernes, 28 de octubre de 2016
sábado, 22 de octubre de 2016
Pike Brothers was founded by George and Joseph Pike in 1930. Their small but exclusive tailoring shop was located in the Portobello Road, Notting Hill, in the heart of London.
Their specialty was custom-made menswear. During the Second World War with a steadily growing number of American soldiers coming to Britain, the Pike Brothers also specialized in the production of uniforms for the U.S. Armed Forces.
They combined the finest fabrics with European craftsmanship and created an unmistakable profile of sturdy American menswear with European influence; a heritage to which we are still committed today.
viernes, 21 de octubre de 2016
I'm such a sucker for the vintage, the rustic and the ever so slightly industrial (all of which happen to be one heck of a bar trend right now), so when The Cow came onto my Brooklyn lovin' radar, I had to dive right in to its selectively sourced wares. From a main restaurant area boasting walls lined white washed planks, tartan-back benches and vintage beer bottles, a front area lit by 'Cow' in subtle neons, walls smothered in drinking paraphernalia and summertime seats outside to a main island bar of old crates to boot; The Cow wouldn't be out of place in any San Fran, Portland or Brooklyn hipster suburbia.