Bather Trunk Company started developing their street-inspired beachwear last year and have just launched a shiny new website/online shop, making the double-lined, leopard-printed shorts accessible worldwide.
The Brothers Ovadia are so ahead of the game that they’ve decided to launch their Labor Day sale today (running from Tuesday to Tuesday, with discounts at up to 60% off).
A good amount of it will be out of season by the time it lands on your doorstep (the shorts, for example), but a navy pinstripe bow tie should come in handy anytime you’re feeling professorial, no matter the weather. As well as this spread-collar shirt—for the next time you’re feeling Sprezzidential (trademark pending).
For whatever reason, a few items, like these trousers, haven’t migrated their way onto the sale page, so you’ll want to do some poking around.
Labor Day is still a week off, but for all intents and purposes, this will serve as the last weekend of summer. After all, it’s the kid in us who cares about summer to begin with, and nothing says “autumnal equinox” to a kid quite like dozens of back-to-school commercials during the Little League World Series.
In honor of Labor Day weekend, we thought we’d pass along Damon Winter’s amazing photos of ironworkers working on the top girders of One World Trade Center. Enjoy the view, gentlemen—and happy Labor Day.
With the Day of Labor just around the corner, it’s about time you packed up your white bucks and boat shoes for a long stay in the back of the closet. Naturally, we’ve got a replacement in mind: these new garment-dyed Jack Purcells (hat tip), color-matched to October hues and just light enough to see you through to boot weather. Re-coloring a classic item isn’t exactly a new trick, but these don’t need originality points. The Purcell is a pretty perfect item already and the dyes are exactly the color you'll want once the leaves start turning. Honestly, we’re a little surprised it took them this long.