Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Coming soon : Barbour Beacon Brand

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Sunday, January 24, 2010


I just read this quote today:


It came from a blog called Kaufmann Mercantile. I hope that you enjoy this link!

Monday, January 18, 2010

Sale Feature: Zeha-Berlin

Zeha-Berlin shoes for him and for her are now 40% off.

Friday, January 15, 2010

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

lark out there in the internet

You can read what the distributor for Zeha-Berlin in North America had to say about the collaboration in Peace online. 
Also, limitedhype did a nice write up about the Carl Haessner Olympia IIX shoe also.

Thank you Brunch at Saks.

We just discovered Lah Mode. Thank you Lah Mode.

The Pack Hold likes our wallet collaboration with Tannis Hegan

On and Beyond wrote about The Makie sea island cotton shirts that we have.

The it lists features the Zeha-Berlin military boots.

Thank you to the bloggers that have found us and wrote about us.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Sale Feature: Gloverall for men

The Gloverall slim duffle  is marked down.

We also have one Monty left.

We love Gloverall as we've illustrated in this Lark About post, and this Lark post.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Winter Sale Feature: Makie sea island cotton shirts

Finding the perfect women's button down shirt is no easy task. What sets Makie shirts apart are that are made with Sea Island Cotton. This is the highest quality and most exclusive cotton available which was nearly brought to extinction due to the delicate nature of the plant and labour involved in the growing and harvesting of the plant.

Cotton that is referred to as 'Sea Island' comes from a small region in the Caribbean Sea and can not be grown inland. It was once grown in South Carolina and  Georgia but sometime after 1911 all of the crops were destroyed by an outbreak of the boll weevil. It is no longer grown in the US. Fortunately the British Ministry of Agriculture founded the West Indian Sea Island Cotton Association (WISICA) in 1932 to preserve the production of this cotton plant, and in 1980 the WISICA Japan project was established further securing the future of this rare plant.

Most cottons will change after a few washes, but sea island cotton feels silky and remains crisp even after many many washes.

(Blue Makie shirt pictured with Yoshi Kondo Night cardigan - also on sale.)

The Makie classic, single pocket shirt is also available in black in store, send an email if you are interested to: We recommend that you take one size larger then you normally would, with the exception of the large which fits a loose fit medium or regular large.

I like to use The Laundress Stiffen up when I press my shirts to give them a little extra crispness, the Makie shirts don't really need it but I use it anyway because it smells so nice.