Last Thursday night I got a text that read “MIKE’S PICKS OF THE DAY” and forty or so photos of old signs and novelty plastic cups. I didn’t understand the subtext til later – Mike had gotten the key to the abandoned building next to the shop where we all work in Holyoke. My understandingContinue reading “Raccoon Town (a photo story)”
An interest in previously-loved clothing has intersecteded with meeting Mike McMillon of Grit & Kin, a one-man, DC-based vintage resale brand. I had a lot of questions for Mike around vintage, and couldn’t keep the findings to myself.
We spent the early afternoon in Gloucester, MA, a fishing town about 40 miles North of Boston. In my mind, the off-season is the only time to go.
I’ve been hitting this Sunday thing pretty hard the last few weeks.
We spent some time in Shelburne Falls, MA yesterday – a reminder that there will (hopefully) once again be afternoons in cities unexplored.
Here’s a few names of people that have come into the workwear scene – some new, some familiar – that I’ve got my eye on in 2021, predicting big things to come on these fronts in the new year.
I’ve made friends with the gang at Commonwealth Provisions – a husband-and-wife-run home goods brand. I took some of their goods into the shop this week – here’s the results.
My pipedream end-of-days scenario feels close, familiar, and not too far off from present day. In the spirit of impending and ongoing hellfire, here’s my list of the makers and brands I’d want on my team for the apocalypse.
Another round from the farm, post-Daylight Savings. The golden hour hit just right on a Sunday afternoon.
The change of season from summer to fall is the time of year most socially-acceptable to look like something out of a Frog and Toad book. (That’s my shit.) Here are a few of my favorite pieces and fits for Uncle Lukey’s Fall 2020.