Allen Edmonds Hillsboro monks.
Richard Saja of Historically Inaccurate Decorative Arts made this fantastic textile. I love the subversive & cheeky take on traditional french Toile du Jouy.
Super thin and soft vintage Levi’s tee.
Ceramic hippo. One of a three hippo “family” Paul Bellardo designed for Austin Prod. Inc. circa 1980.
Standing just over 12” tall, this charming little guy reminds me of a eager bulldog who wants some of whatever you’re eating.
Commes des Garcons x Converse.
Vintage 70s Red Wing Irish Setter “waffle stomper” hikers.
Stetson “The Boss Raw Edge” western hat that appears to date from 1900-1921.
Thrifted some old Krypto rollerskate wheels and got inspired to set up my old Santa Monica Airlines Natas Kaupas deck. I haven’t really skated in many years, but went for a late night roll around the neighborhood. It comes right back.
1974 BMW 3.0 CS
My god, that’s a handsome vehicle.
Just to put this in perspective… in 1974, Motor Trend’s Car of the Year was the Mustang II. Ugh.
Well… there’s something you don’t find at the thrift store every day. I rarely bother to slog through bins of Herb Alpert and Helen Reddy albums, but I scored a good bunch of vintage vinyl last week.
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I’d like to be here - wherever this is - right now, wearing some comfortable boots and a warm coat. I might also require a terrier and a pipe full of my dad’s tobacco.